Partnership & Outreach

Building Accepting Campus Communities

The focus of the Building Accepting Campus Communities (BACC) program is to provide services designed to assist students with disabilities to transition into the academic life of the University

Learn more about Building Accepting Campus Communities

Diversity & Ethnic Minority Affairs Committee

The Diversity and Ethnic Minority Affairs Committee of the Department of Educational Psychology is a multicultural team of students and faculty members. DEMAC and the Department of Educational Psychology are committed to increasing its minority graduate enrollment. American racial/ethnic minority and international applicants who are willing to rigorously pursue a masters, educational specialist, or doctoral degree are urged to apply. Upon request, your application will reviewed by DEMAC, which will give serious consideration to each applicant and recommend promising students to the graduate admission committee.

A Sampling of DEMAC Activities:

  • People for Change Sensitivity Workshop
  • Student-Faculty Authorship Guidelines
  • Annual DEMAC Luncheon
  • ETS Item Writing Workshop
  • Mediation Training
  • Peacemaker... Peacebreakers Community Outreach Project
  • Recruitment Posters

Contact Information:

Sara Gonzalez
President, DEMAC
sara.gonzalez@huskers.unl.edu

Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology

The Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology (NICPP) comprises seven cooperating agencies that together offer a broad range of professional experiences for qualified doctoral students in psychology.

Visit the Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology site.

Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium (SBSRC)

The SSP provides consultation and referrals on survey research, statistical, and psychometric applications to support research initiatives. The SSP is designed to work across disciplinary and institutional boundaries to help identify, support, and promote interdisciplinary research collaborations among faculty at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln. The long-term goal of the SSP activities is to support the increase in externally funded research grants at the University of Nebraska.

Visit the Survey, Statistics and Psychometric site.