College of Education and Human Sciences
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In the spring of 2020, Mabel Lee Hall will be demolished to make way for a new facility, which will be home to the College of Education and Human Sciences. The new facility will feature new classrooms, meeting spaces, offices, labs and a 400- seat auditorium. The project is scheduled for completion in the spring of 2022.
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln's Aug. 15 graduation celebration will feature the address, “The Air Between Us …” from Marilyn Moore, retired associate superintendent of Lincoln Public Schools and past president of the Bryan College of Health Sciences.
Six College of Education and Human Sciences research teams have been selected for internal funding from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Office of Research and Economic Development’s COVID-19 Rapid Response Grant Program.
Susan M. Swearer, educational psychologist, licensed psychologist and nationally recognized anti-bullying expert, is consulting on a new social media initiative addressing pandemic-related mental health conditions.
Data from a recent Nebraska study find that early childhood experiences — particularly adverse events and activities, and neighborhood disadvantages — can generate long-term behavioral and social impacts.
The Nebraska Department of Education and Burwell Public Schools have both received grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture which will allow them to partner with Nebraska Extension to bring fresh, local foods into schools.