Rebecca Ellers stands in The Scarlet Hotel lobby which is filled with rich woods, and leather furniture.

06 May 2022    By Haley Apel

HRTM grad begins career at The Scarlet Hotel

The ribbon cutting for The Scarlet Hotel on May 6 holds double significance for Rebecca Ellers. Not only will the occasion mark the grand opening of the brand-new 154-room Marriott Tribute Portfolio Hotel located on Nebraska Innovation Campus, but it also serves as the launch of Ellers’ career in the hospitality industry. View HRTM grad begins career at The Scarlet Hotel Article
A bright pink tree blooms, with the top of the building in the background.

03 May 2022    

14 CEHS students named Chancellor’s Scholars

Fourteen College of Education and Human Sciences students will be recognized as Chancellor’s Scholars during the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s undergraduate commencement ceremony May 14 at Memorial Stadium. View 14 CEHS students named Chancellor’s Scholars Article
Image captured at dusk of greenspace, silver architectural sculptures and the Lied Center in downtown Lincoln.

28 Apr 2022    

CEHS students honored as top student-athletes

Nebraska Athletics celebrated its top student-athletes on April 24 during A Night at the Lied. Several College of Education and Human Sciences students were recognized for outstanding performances in competition, classroom and community outreach over the past 12 months. View CEHS students honored as top student-athletes Article
11 individuals, dressed casually, smile for a photo.

28 Apr 2022    By Kateri Hartman | University Communication

Husker power helps fuel Masters Tournament glory

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism and PGA Management students seized the rare opportunity to work at the Masters Tournament. View Husker power helps fuel Masters Tournament glory Article
11 individuals, dressed casually, smile for a photo.

28 Apr 2022    By Kateri Hartman | University Communication

Husker power helps fuel Masters Tournament glory

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism and PGA Management students seized the rare opportunity to work at the Masters Tournament. View Husker power helps fuel Masters Tournament glory Article
11 individuals, dressed casually, smile for a photo.

28 Apr 2022    By Kateri Hartman | University Communication

Husker power helps fuel Masters Tournament glory

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism and PGA Management students seized the rare opportunity to work at the Masters Tournament. View Husker power helps fuel Masters Tournament glory Article
Four individuals, dressed in office attire, standing and talking in a circle.

28 Apr 2022    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Summit on Research in Early Childhood helps connect research, practice, policy

Creating connections among early childhood research, practice and policy — and how each can enhance the lives of young children and their families — provided the central theme of the 2022 Child, Youth, Families and Schools (CYFS) Summit on Research in Early Childhood. View Summit on Research in Early Childhood helps connect research, practice, policy Article
Gray, Blue and red graphic with a hospital on it and text that says language, lack of resources, cultural norms, time, knowledge, access to transportation, and time constraints.

27 Apr 2022    By Deann Gayman - University Communication

Research hones in on health care barriers for Yazidi community

Lincoln is home to the largest population of Yazidi refugees in the United States, numbering in the thousands. Among them is Husker Falah Rashoka, who served the United States Army in Iraq. Now, as a doctoral student in nutrition and health promotion at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, he’s turned a research lens toward helping his community overcome barriers to health care. View Research hones in on health care barriers for Yazidi community Article
Gray, Blue and red graphic with a hospital on it and text that says language, lack of resources, cultural norms, time, knowledge, access to transportation, and time constraints.

27 Apr 2022    By Deann Gayman - University Communication

Research hones in on health care barriers for Yazidi community

Lincoln is home to the largest population of Yazidi refugees in the United States, numbering in the thousands. Among them is Husker Falah Rashoka, who served the United States Army in Iraq. Now, as a doctoral student in nutrition and health promotion at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, he’s turned a research lens toward helping his community overcome barriers to health care. View Research hones in on health care barriers for Yazidi community Article
NPOD Spring Retreat

26 Apr 2022    

NPOD 13th Annual Spring Retreat

The Nebraska Center for the Prevention of Obesity Diseases (NPOD) hosted his 13th Annual Spring Retreat on Tuesday, April 19, 2022 at the Sheldon Museum of Art (12th and R St, Lincoln, NE).

The symposium was attended by 75 participants.

Featured speakers were experts on the topics of "Lipid Metabolism":

  • Dr. Mark McNiven (Mayo Clinic - Mayo Center for Biomedical Discovery)
    “Cellular Insights into Fatty Liver”

View NPOD 13th Annual Spring Retreat Article