The College of Education and Human Sciences envisions that every community has access to strong, vibrant and culturally responsive schools and businesses.
21 Sep 2023
Associate professor Sandra Starkey and her students in Textiles, Merchandising & Fashion Design (TMFD) are leading an initiative to shed light on the critical issue of sustainability within the textile and apparel industry.
19 Sep 2023 By Chuck Green, CYFS
Nebraska researchers are working with high school teachers to help students create films that share stories from the past, and connect them with America’s larger historical narrative.
11 Sep 2023 By Kelcey Buck
Two current students and three recent graduates from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion Design program were among the 41 designers selected to showcase their collections during Omaha Fashion Week’s Fall 2023 AURORA Season.
06 Sep 2023
The College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is hosting on-campus events for high school students interested in learning more about the teaching, and nutrition and health sciences programs the college offers.
24 Aug 2023 By Chuck Green, CYFS
Nebraska researchers, educators and artists are collaborating to imagine — and implement — the future of media.
16 Aug 2023
Meet Maycee Quick, who recently earned her bachelor’s degree in hospitality, restaurant and tourism management. A native of Alliance, Maycee spent her summer as a Rural Fellows intern in Knox County. The Rural Fellows program places university students in Nebraska communities for seven weeks each summer to work with local leaders on community-designed projects.
15 Aug 2023
Ofelia García, professor emerita in the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) where she was co-director for 12 years, will be the keynote speaker at the Language, Migration, and Education Conference: Cultivating Linguistic and Cultural Diversity Sept. 9 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
11 Aug 2023 By Kristina Jackson | University Communication and Marketing
Through the Paraeducator-to-Teacher program offered by the College of Education and Human Sciences, Nick Angelos has taken the lead in his own classroom and put his practical experience to use for his students.
10 Aug 2023 By Haley Apel
A new partnership between the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s College of Education and Human Sciences and Lincoln Public Schools aims to build a pipeline of special education teachers.
27 Jul 2023 By Kelcey Buck
Amanda Morales has spent her career at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln working on a variety of collaborative projects aiming to diversify the teacher population in Nebraska. Now, she’s helping bring all those projects and collaborators together as part of the Nebraska Educator Diversification Partnership, one of three new Research-Practice Partnership (RPP) Labs across the country launched this year by the National Center for Research on Educator Diversity.