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05 Nov 2021    

CEHS donation drive for refugees is Nov. 13 on East Campus

The College of Education and Human Sciences Staff Council is partnering with the Refugee Empowerment Center host a donation drive to support refugees coming to Nebraska. View CEHS donation drive for refugees is Nov. 13 on East Campus Article
new EDAD doctoral students

29 Oct 2021    By Fabianne Gondim

New Doctoral Students in the ELHE Program Started this Semester

The Department of Educational Administration is proud to announce our newest group of doctoral students. The students listed below are pursuing either a doctor of education (Ed.D.) or a doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the Educational Studies - Educational Leadership and Higher Education (ELHE) program. Below is the full list of students.

View New Doctoral Students in the ELHE Program Started this Semester Article
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25 Oct 2021    

Males named Julie and Henry Bauermeister Professor of Education and Human Sciences

Lorraine Males has been named the Julie and Henry Bauermeister Professor of Education and Human Sciences. View Males named Julie and Henry Bauermeister Professor of Education and Human Sciences Article
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25 Oct 2021    

Maag named Larry and Sharon Roos Professor of Special Education

John Maag has been named the Larry and Sharon Roos Professor in Special Education. View Maag named Larry and Sharon Roos Professor of Special Education Article
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25 Oct 2021    

Maag named Larry and Sharon Roos Professor of Special Education

John Maag has been named the Larry and Sharon Roos Professor in Special Education. View Maag named Larry and Sharon Roos Professor of Special Education Article
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25 Oct 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Nebraska part of nationwide study on infant, toddler cerebral palsy interventions

Nebraska researchers are collaborating with multiple institutions to study compare the effectiveness of two physical therapy interventions for young child with, or at risk for, cerebral palsy. View Nebraska part of nationwide study on infant, toddler cerebral palsy interventions Article
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21 Oct 2021    By Jim Benes - CEHS Global

Researchers from Nebraska, Ethiopia rethinking the coffee ‘cherry’

Starting the day with a cup of coffee is a daily ritual for many across the United States, and variations on coffee have changed over time, including the trendy options — iced, frozen, cold brew — and of course, the traditional hot and black. View Researchers from Nebraska, Ethiopia rethinking the coffee ‘cherry’ Article
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21 Oct 2021    By Jim Benes - CEHS Global

Researchers from Nebraska, Ethiopia rethinking the coffee ‘cherry’

Starting the day with a cup of coffee is a daily ritual for many across the United States, and variations on coffee have changed over time, including the trendy options — iced, frozen, cold brew — and of course, the traditional hot and black. View Researchers from Nebraska, Ethiopia rethinking the coffee ‘cherry’ Article
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18 Oct 2021    By University Communication

Nebraska Today: Education and Human Sciences melds diversity, inclusion into strategic plan

John Raible, CEHS associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion recently visited with Nebraska Today about how diversity, equity and inclusion concepts are being folded into the day-to-day activities of the college. View Nebraska Today: Education and Human Sciences melds diversity, inclusion into strategic plan Article
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18 Oct 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Research aims to strengthen Head Start, Early Head Start educators’ well-being

Researchers aim to enhance the well-being of educators in Early Head Start and Head Start programs to support children’s engagement and eventual learning success. View Research aims to strengthen Head Start, Early Head Start educators’ well-being Article

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