McGoogan News

Writing Center summer hours

Writing Center @ UNMC is open for the summer. Hours are Wednesdays 10 am – 3 pm, Thursdays 2 pm – 7 pm. All sessions are online this summer. Appointments can be scheduled online.

The Writing Center @ UNMC offers free one-on-one consultations with trained advisors to all University of Nebraska Medical Center students, faculty, and staff to help improve writing abilities, critical thinking and productive reading skills, and effective communication. The Writing Center @ UNMC is staffed by consultants from the University of Nebraska Omaha Writing Center. The service is available within the McGoogan Health Sciences Library during the spring and fall semesters, with online sessions available.

Writing projects supported by this service include:

  • Course papers
  • Proposals
  • Applications
  • Résumés
  • Cover letters
  • Scholarly articles
  • Theses and dissertations

Consultants provide assistance with:

  • Deciding on a topic
  • Generating ideas
  • Focusing, organizing, or expanding ideas
  • Improving grammar and writing style
  • Handling technical details of documentation and format
  • Overcoming writer’s block
  • Understanding different forms of writing
  • Becoming a more confident, comfortable writer

To find out more information or to book an appointment, visit the Writing Center’s website.

Welcome to SURP students

The McGoogan Library of Medicine is happy to welcome Summer Undergraduate Research Program students to the UNMC campus. During your time at UNMC, you will have access to the library’s online collections, as well as access to the RefWorks citation management system. Librarians are available to assist you with formulating research questions, using library resources, citing references, and more.   Please reach out to us via the AskUs Form located on the library website, sending an email to askus@unmc.edu or you may reach out directly to one of our education liaison librarians.    

You are invited to attend sessions focused on developing essential information literacy skills needed to conduct research.  Each session will focus on building awareness of research resources, building confidence in using research resources, and improving information literacy. The library looks forward to supporting the achievement of the outcomes of the SURP program by providing instruction and resources similar to what is available to students and researchers in academic medicine research environments. Students should bring their own devices to class if possible. No registration is required. Sessions will be held in person in the McGoogan Health Sciences Library in Wittson Hall (online for Eppley). 

SURP Inquiry and Research class sessions for 2021

Welcome to campus. We wish you a summer of research success!

Memorial Day closure

Library services will be unavailable on Monday, May 31 in observation of Memorial Day. Access to the library, with a UNMC or Nebraska Medicine ID, will remain available, 24/7.