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Lorraine Males

27 Feb 2017    

Males researches math curriculum materials

Lorraine Males’ research on mathematics instructional materials may help inform curriculum developers and educators about the effectiveness of those materials. Males, an assistant professor in Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education (TLTE), is using eye tracking technology to explore the interactions that occur between teachers and math instructional text and how differences in text influence these interactions.

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27 Feb 2017    By Brad Stauffer

Hamann named Equity Fellow

Ted Hamann, professor in Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education (TLTE), has been selected as one of 13 state-specific “Equity Fellows” for the Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center (MAP EAC). Serving Nebraska, Hamann joins other nationally prominent scholars who have engaged deeply and published widely on one or more of the four desegregation areas—race, sex, national origin, and religion—focused on by MAP EAC.

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22 Feb 2017    By Brad Stauffer

Viesca earns grant to support teachers of bilingual learners in 11 states

A $2.7 million professional development grant from the U.S. Department of Education will help 2,000 teachers in 11 states better serve their bilingual students. The International Consortium for Multilingual Excellence in Education (ICMEE) project is being funded from the Office of English Language Acquisition and is being led by University of Nebraska–Lincoln assistant professor Kara Viesca from the Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education.

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21 Feb 2017    By Brad Stauffer

Niehaus to receive two ACPA awards

Elizabeth Niehaus, assistant professor in Educational Administration, will be receiving two honors for her professional service and research next month in Columbus, Ohio at the annual convention of the American College Personnel Association (ACPA). The first award is the 2017 Outstanding Service to the International Community Award. Additionally, Niehaus will receive a 2017 Excellence in International Research Award, for her work with Letitia Williams of the University of Trinidad and Tobago.

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Shavonna Holman

17 Feb 2017    By Brad Stauffer

EDAD's Holman fills vacancy on OPS board

Serving on a school board was never an aspiration of Shavonna Holman, assistant professor of practice in Educational Administration at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. But on Feb. 22, Holman will be sworn in as a member of the Omaha Public Schools Board of Education. She was appointed to the position by other board members Feb. 7, following the resignation of Justin Wayne, who was elected to the Nebraska Legislature in November.

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15 Feb 2017    

Kostelnik, Meisels co-chair statewide workforce commission

College of Education and Human Sciences (CEHS) Dean Marjorie Kostelnik is co-chairing a new statewide commission formed to tackle one of the most complex and pressing challenges facing Nebraska today—expanding and strengthening the state’s early childhood workforce to meet children’s needs throughout the first eight years of life.

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10 Feb 2017    By University Communications

CEHS faculty and staff honored by UNL Parents Association

Congratulations to 18 faculty and staff members of CEHS who were recognized Feb. 3 at the Parents' Recognition Awards in the Nebraska Union. The awards are earned through nominations made from parents of Nebraska students. Presented annually, the honors provide positive feedback to faculty and staff about their work with students.

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07 Feb 2017    By Kelcey Buck

Crowning achievement: Maddie Lorenzen prepares to oversee fifth Iowa Miss Amazing Pageant

A brother with a profound intellectual disability, a sister who competed in pageants, and a passion for helping others – that combination of characteristics helped lead Maddie Lorenzen to become the state director of the Iowa Miss Amazing Pageant.

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Anna Brewer

03 Feb 2017    

Former FBI agent presents to HRTM students on human trafficking

Human trafficking is probably not something that comes top of mind when thinking about a career in Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management, but HRTM students in Nutrition and Health Sciences will be learning why it should be. Retired FBI special agent Anna Brewer will speak to students at noon Feb. 7 in Room 31 of the Home Economics Building on East Campus. Space is limited. If you are interested in attending, contact Shannon Rowen.

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03 Feb 2017    By University Communications

Ghormley Lecture series opens Feb. 5 with quiltmaker, author

The International Quilt Study Center and Museum will launch a new lecture series with a presentation from acclaimed quiltmaker and author Joe Cunningham.

Cunningham will share insights into his quilting career, several of his quilts and a few songs at 2 p.m. Feb. 5 at the International Quilt Study Center and Museum. This free event, which is open to people of all ages, marks the inaugural Mary Ghormley Memorial Lecture.

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