Find Your Community: CEHS Cares
In CEHS, you’ll find a community of people who are eager to help you align your passions with our efforts to enhance the lives of individuals, families, schools and communities. Students, faculty and staff in the college genuinely care about the success of their peers and find unique and innovative ways to support one another.
Students Make Emotional Visit to Former Indian Boarding School
Nasia Olson-Whitefeather is president of UNITE, a registered student organization on campus that aims to empower Indigenous students at Nebraska. As part of her role, she organized a trip to the Genoa U.S. Indian School Foundation where students had the opportunity to connect with one another, learn about the past, and in some cases, their own family history.Read More >
Make a Difference in The People’s College
Students, faculty and staff in the College of Education and Human Sciences are passionate about working together to help people. Whether it’s supporting fellow students on campus or finding ways to stay connected during a pandemic, CEHS students are making a difference in their community.
Meet a Husker: Sandhya Karki
Meet Sandhya Karki, a nutrition and health sciences major with a minor in psychology and sociology from Kathmandu, Nepal. She’s always worked to positively impact others and on campus, she does just that through her involvements.Read More >
Connect friendships to your future
As a student in the College of Education and Human Sciences you will have a number of opportunities to network with others who share your interests and create professional relationships that last past graduation.
CEHS is Global
Studying abroad is a great way to expand your mind. CEHS is serious about making opportunities available for you to experience new cultures. With our Ready/Set/Go seminar, we’ll even provide you with a $1,000 scholarship to support your CEHS global experience through the Ready/Set/Go Program.
Husker undergrad seizes opportunity to study abroad
CEHS student Jennifer Au was one of the first Husker students to study abroad after a year-plus of pandemic-related travel restrictions and cancellations. The secondary math education major packed her bags and headed to Seoul, South Korea, to complete a beginner-level Korean language course while also exploring the historic city.Read More >
Build Connections in a Real-World Setting
Obtaining an internship is a great way to develop your social skills, learn how to work on a team, and build a network of contacts who can help you land a job. CEHS students have completed internships as youth coordinators at the Lincoln YMCA, health coaches at Bryan LifePointe, and special event staff at the Cornhusker Marriott Hotel.
Live, Learn & Connect through Learning Communities
The College of Education and Human Sciences is home two learning communities in which students with shared academic interests live on the same residence hall floor, learn together, have a peer mentor and more. In addition, the Teacher Scholars Academy is a unique honors academy for education majors that is designed to directly target Nebraska’s teacher shortage.