- Barkley Memorial Center-Speech, Language and Hearing Center
- The Bureau of Educational Research and Field Services
- Buros Center for Testing
- The Center for At-Risk Children's Services
- Center for Instructional Innovation
- Center on Child and Family Well Being
- The Counseling and School Psychology Clinic's Mission
- Early Development and Learning Lab
- Family Resource Center
- International Quilt Study Center & Museum
- Kit and Dick Schmoker Reading Center
- The National Center for Research on Rural Education
- The Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools
- Nebraska Prevention Center for Alcohol and Drug Abuse
- The Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery
- Ruth Staples Child Development Laboratory
The Clinic is located on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's East Campus and provides services for individuals with speech, language, hearing, and other disabilities. Services for individuals with speech, language, hearing and other disabilities are available as a part of academic programs in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. The center also houses the Sertoma Hearing Aid Bank, which is available to assist clients who need hearing aids but lack the resources to buy them.
The Bureau of Educational Research and Field Services was established to make the resources of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln available to the various education agencies, institutions, and organizations of the State of Nebraska.
The primary activities of the Bureau include conducting and disseminating educational research and educational field studies as requested by Nebraska state government entities, P-12 school systems (public and private), higher education institutions (public and private), and the Learning Community.
The Buros Institute of Mental Measurements has worked for more than 70 years to serve the public interest and advance the field of measurement. By providing professional assistance, expertise, and information to users of commercially published tests, the Institute promotes meaningful and appropriate test selection, utilization, and practice.
The Buros Institute for Assessment Consultation and Outreach serves clients in areas of proprietary testing by providing independent oversight, psychometric evaluation, independent research, assessment literacy training, and technical consultation. Offering a range of services beyond the historical evaluation activities of the past, BIACO continues to work for the Center's central mission of improving the science and practice of testing.
The Center for At-Risk Children's Services (CACS) research center is committed to developing and evaluating services for children, families, schools, mental health agencies, and communities. CACS researchers develop and evaluate innovative programs to serve families and youth with emotional, behavioral, or academic needs. We specialize in literacy programs for young children, youth with significant emotional and behavioral needs, youth in and out-of-home placements, and youth involved with the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.
With a staff research professors, postdoctoral fellows, graduate assistants, and staff, CII brings a wide range of expertise to instructional design and evaluation projects, including cognitive psychology, language and literacy, computer science, evaluation, and web design.
The University of Nebraska-Boys Town Center on Child and Family Well Being (CCFW) is a collaborative project between the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Boys Town, Nebraska. The mission of the Center is to enhance the well being of children and families by developing, implementing, and evaluating services that empower families and youth, support educational providers, and improve the quality of services delivered throughout the continuum of care.
The goal of CCFW is to become a nationally recognized Center of Excellence for research on child and family programs in the continuum of care. The continuum of care refers to services from least (e.g., hotline, parent education) to most (e.g., hospital, residential) intensive that are provided to children and families.
The Counseling and School Psychology Clinic conducts psychological and educational evaluations of children and youth to address referral questions from parents/caregivers and or schools. In addition, clinic therapists provide individual child and adult therapy to address a wide range of referral concerns.
The Early Development and Learning Lab is directed by Dr. Tori Molfese and Dr. Kathy Rudasill. Research conducted in the EDL lab is geared toward understanding individual differences in children’s temperament and self-regulation in home and school contexts as predictors of children’s cognitive, social, and behavioral outcomes in early childhood and beyond. Special emphasis is placed on supportive relationships and processes that are protective for children’s development.
The Family Resource Center is an award-winning, non-profit facility that provides counseling to individuals, couples, and families. Advanced Marriage and Family Therapy graduate students staff the Center. Therapy sessions are closely supervised by experienced clinicians who are licensed Marriage and Family Therapists and Approved Supervisors of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
The IQSC collection currently holds over 2300 quilts. The Center collects, preserves and studies quilts, which span many time periods, cultures, and countries. Additionally, the Center is a world leader in quilt studies, promoting the art of quilts and quiltmaking. The collection offers a comprehensive and accessible collection of quilts, related textiles, and documents that offer opportunities for study, insight, and inspiration.
The center provides quality literacy instruction for children struggling with reading and writing. It provides service to the community, training for CEHS students, and conducts literacy. Instruction is individualized for each child with the goal that each improve reading skills, gain greater confidence as a reader, and develop a love for reading.
This center was funded in July, 2009 for five years by the U.S. Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences (IES), is housed in the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools (CYFS) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The long-term goals of the Rural Education Center are to (a) improve in rural settings students' acquisition of reading and science knowledge and skills by identifying effective practices that lead to the systematic provision of evidence-based instruction in rural settings; and (b) establish an infrastructure for conducting and disseminating nationally-relevant, cutting-edge research and leadership related to rural education.
The mission of the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools is to advance the conduct of high quality interdisciplinary research to promote the intellectual, behavioral, and social-emotional development and functioning of individuals across educational, familial, and community contexts. Central to this is enhancing our understanding of how these complex systems work dynamically to support the future of our nation.
Founded in 1979, the Nebraska Prevention Center for Alcohol and Drug Abuse ( NPCADA) provides leadership and technical assistance to government, educational, and voluntary organizations working to prevent health-risk behaviors, such as alcohol and other drug use, particularly among adolescents and young adults.
The Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery is devoted to the exhibition of textiles--from art to apparel, from East to West, from past to present, and from emerging artists to the acclaimed. The gallery is dedicated to Dr. Robert Hillestad, an internationally renowned fiber artist and Professor Emeritus of Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion Design.
The Ruth Staples Child Development Laboratory provides high quality programs for preschool aged children, opportunities for UNL students to learn about child development and early childhood education, and excellent research facilitates for faculty and students. The Children's Programs are among only 9% in the nation that are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, and have been in operation since 1925.