08 Sep 2010    

Rick Kolowski, CEHS Alumni Board President, reaches out to former students

The alumni of The College Education and Human Sciences have left their mark on families, schools and communities all over the world through their commitment to teaching, leadership, and research. This site is dedicated to strengthening the connections between alumni and the college.

We hope you will find the resources and information here helpful and interesting. Be sure to drop us a line and let us know where you are, what you're doing and share with us your stories about the impact your experiences in The College of Education & Human Sciences have had on your career.

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07 Sep 2010    

Barkley Memorial Center celebration September 9, 2010

Barkley Memorial Center will celebrate the completion of a major renovation and improvements to its facilities. Escorted tours of the building will be availale, and  refreshments will be served after the program.

The celebration is Thursday, September 9, 2010 at 4:40 p.m. Barkley Memorial Center is located on UNL's East Campus.

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07 Sep 2010    

Barkley Memorial Center celebration September 9, 2010

Barkley Memorial Center will celebrate the completion of a major renovation and improvements to its facilities. Escorted tours of the building will be availale, and  refreshments will be served after the program.

The celebration is Thursday, September 9, 2010 at 4:40 p.m. Barkley Memorial Center is located on UNL's East Campus.

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23 Aug 2010    

CEHS hosts "Making Connections in Science" for Lincoln Public School teachers

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln hosted "Making Connections in Science" with the Lincoln Public Schools on Aug. 16 to provide professional development for LPS science teachers. Professor Jon Pedersen from UNL's Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education and Kirsten Smith, LPS science curriculum specialist, welcomed the teachers and introduced the day's agenda. Smith discussed the new State Standards, a timeline for NeSA-S, and information about the CRTs that will still be administered this year.

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23 Aug 2010    

CEHS hosts "Making Connections in Science" for Lincoln Public School teachers

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln hosted "Making Connections in Science" with the Lincoln Public Schools on Aug. 16 to provide professional development for LPS science teachers. Professor Jon Pedersen from UNL's Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education and Kirsten Smith, LPS science curriculum specialist, welcomed the teachers and introduced the day's agenda. Smith discussed the new State Standards, a timeline for NeSA-S, and information about the CRTs that will still be administered this year.

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23 Aug 2010    

Isernhagen recieves Al Kilgore Award of Excellence

Jody Isernhagen (EDAD) was honored with the Al Kilgore Award of Excellence. The award was presented by the Nebraska Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development during the 2010 Administrator Days.  

The Al Kilgore Award of Excellence is presented to individuals who have made lasting contributions to assessment and curriculum.  Isernhagen is the fourth person to receive the award.

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23 Aug 2010    

Isernhagen recieves Al Kilgore Award of Excellence

Jody Isernhagen (EDAD) was honored with the Al Kilgore Award of Excellence. The award was presented by the Nebraska Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development during the 2010 Administrator Days.  

The Al Kilgore Award of Excellence is presented to individuals who have made lasting contributions to assessment and curriculum.  Isernhagen is the fourth person to receive the award.

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23 Aug 2010    

SECD students and faculty pitch in at Special Olympics

The Audiology Doctoral students (SECD) worked long hours the week of July 19-23 at the Special Olympics as part of the Healthy Hearing Program.  All the audiology students pitched in, working 30 hours during the week.  The students screened about 950 athletes. Nearly 130 hearing aids were provided to the athletes.

Kelly Wacker, as Lead Clinical Director, coordinated the event, including ordering equipment, registering volunteers, and training audiologists from across the nation who will establish Healthy Hearing Programs for their own state Special Olympics.

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23 Aug 2010    

SECD students and faculty pitch in at Special Olympics

The Audiology Doctoral students (SECD) worked long hours the week of July 19-23 at the Special Olympics as part of the Healthy Hearing Program.  All the audiology students pitched in, working 30 hours during the week.  The students screened about 950 athletes. Nearly 130 hearing aids were provided to the athletes.

Kelly Wacker, as Lead Clinical Director, coordinated the event, including ordering equipment, registering volunteers, and training audiologists from across the nation who will establish Healthy Hearing Programs for their own state Special Olympics.

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16 Aug 2010    

TCD Students and Faculty Participate in First China Study Tour

TCD China Study Tour Participants with Apparel and Textile Students from Donghua University, Shanghai

Thirty UNL students, most from the Department of Textiles, Clothing and Design, and six faculty returned on May 27 from a twelve day trip to Shanghai and neighboring textile and apparel production centers in Suzhou and Wuxi. The trip was one of three 2010 UNL Global Gateways projects, with underwriting provided through the Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs that supported twenty student scholars and three faculty fellows.

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