Homecoming message from the Dean



Homecoming message from the Dean

12 Sep 2019    

As an alum of the College of Education and Human Sciences, I am thrilled and honored to be leading the college as it moves forward. We have many points of pride, some of which will be showcased during Homecoming Week. We hope you will join us and celebrate 150 years of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Visit https://n150.unl.edu/homecoming for details about all of the events happening across campus. Here are highlights of some CEHS-specific events.

-On October 3, each department will host an alum for Multicultural Homecoming (https://go.unl.edu/otzs). We look forward to catching up during their visits and learning about their journeys after college and their advice for success. You may join the conversation from 1-3 PM at the Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center, Unity Room 212. Featured alumni include:
  • Child, Youth and Family Studies – Dahlia Lloyd, program specialist at the Buffett Early Childhood Institute in Omaha, NE
  • Educational Administration - Joél Orozco Almeida, associate director of the César Chavéz Cultural Center at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, CO
  • Educational Psychology – April Turner, TBA
  • Nutrition and Health Sciences – Christian Sypavongsay, lead concierge at Prestige at The Palazzo in Las Vegas, NV
  • Special Education and Communication Disorders – TBA
  • Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education – Yolanda Rolle, math teacher at Sidwell Friends School (associated with Howard University) in Washington, DC
  • Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion Design – Eulanda Sanders, department chair and Donna R. Danielson Professor in Textiles and Clothing at Iowa State University in Ames, IA
-On October 4, we look forward to catching up with all of you during the College Open House event from 1:30-4:00 pm. Several areas of the college will be open. Please stop by the following locations and see some of the great work happening in our units.
  • The Hub in Henzlik Hall (city campus, 14th and Vine) – posters of upcoming building projects will be on display
  • Henzlik Hall (city campus, 14th and Vine) – see highlights from Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education
  • Teachers College Hall (city campus, 14th and Vine) – see highlights from Educational Administration and Educational Psychology including the School and Counseling Psychology Clinic
  • Ruth Staples Child Development Lab (east campus, 35th and Fair) – see highlights from Child, Youth and Family Studies
  • Home Economics Building (east campus, East Campus Mall) – see highlights from Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion Design
  • Ruth Leverton Hall (east campus, East Campus Mall) – see highlights from Nutrition and Health Sciences
  • Barkley Memorial Center (east campus, E Campus Loop SE corner of campus) – see highlights from Special Education and Communication Disorders

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