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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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”



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21 Apr 2022    

17 CEHS faculty receive promotion, tenure

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln will award promotion and/or tenure to 17 faculty in the College of Education and Human Sciences in 2022.

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18 Apr 2022    By Chuck Green, CYFS

TAPP brings new tool to students, parents and teachers in Brazil

Nebraska researchers are introducing youth in Brazil to TAPP, an evidence-based, problem-solving intervention designed to foster collaboration among parents and teachers — and enhance academic, behavioral and social outcomes for students.

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Annual Nebraska Teachers of Color Summit - Connecting, Empowering, Leading, Encouraging

14 Apr 2022    

Nebraska Teachers of Color Summit is May 6 – 7

Hosted by the Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, organizers aim to help build a professional network of dedicated educators from across Nebraska who can use the event to share ideas for meeting the needs of Nebraska’s diverse students.

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