05 Apr 2010    

Vitevitch to speak at Barkley Memorial Center April 13

Michael Vitevitch, University of Kansas, will speak at Barkley Memorial Center April 13.  The presentation is scheduled for 12:00 P.M. and will be held in 313 Barkley Memorial Center.

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05 Apr 2010    

Vitevitch to speak at Barkley Memorial Center April 13

Michael Vitevitch, University of Kansas, will speak at Barkley Memorial Center April 13.  The presentation is scheduled for 12:00 P.M. and will be held in 313 Barkley Memorial Center.

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05 Apr 2010    

Carolyn Denton, Monday, April 12: Scaling Up Effective Reading Interventions

Carolyn Denton, leading researcher in reading disability remediation, will visit UNL April 12. Her presentation entitled, "Using Student-Focused Coaching to Support the Process of Scaling Up Effective Reading Interventions in Rural, Suburban, and Urban Schools," is free and open to the public.

Denton is Associate Professor in the Children's Learning Institute, Department of Pediatrics, at the University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston. Her research focuses on reading intervention, Response to Intervention (RTI) models, and coaching as a form of professional development.


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05 Apr 2010    

"Black Ocean" exhibition: Applique narratives by William Wilson

From April 5 through 30, 2010, the Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery in the Department of Textiles, Clothing & Design at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will host the exhibition “The Black Ocean: Europe - Africa - America” featuring appliquéd banner narratives documenting the complicated history of the infamous “triangle trade,” created by French artist William Wilson.

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05 Apr 2010    

"Black Ocean" exhibition: Applique narratives by William Wilson

From April 5 through 30, 2010, the Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery in the Department of Textiles, Clothing & Design at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will host the exhibition “The Black Ocean: Europe - Africa - America” featuring appliquéd banner narratives documenting the complicated history of the infamous “triangle trade,” created by French artist William Wilson.

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02 Apr 2010    

The Buros Center for Testing Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska, April 9-10, 2010

Entitled, "Monitoring Assessment Quality in the Age of Accountability," this conference celebrates over 70 years since the initial publication of the Mental Measurements Yearbook series and over 30 years since establishment of the Buros Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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29 Mar 2010    

Zimmerman, NHS, receives academic scholarship

Shane Zimmerman, NHS junior Culinology student, received a $1000 scholarship from the Research Chefs Association.

The Research Chefs Association is the leading professional community for food research and development. Its members are the pioneers of the discipline of Culinology® — the blending of culinary arts and the science of food. View Zimmerman, NHS, receives academic scholarship Article

29 Mar 2010    

Zimmerman, NHS, receives academic scholarship

Shane Zimmerman, NHS junior Culinology student, received a $1000 scholarship from the Research Chefs Association.

The Research Chefs Association is the leading professional community for food research and development. Its members are the pioneers of the discipline of Culinology® — the blending of culinary arts and the science of food. View Zimmerman, NHS, receives academic scholarship Article

27 Mar 2010    

Dr. Yiqi Yang's research featured on Lincoln Journal Star Front Page

Dr. Yiqi Yang's work with tiny nanoparticles and nanofilters made from a corn ethanol byproduct made the front page of the Lincoln Journal Star recently, evidence of a growing interest in nanoscience and a developing direction for Dr. Yang's fiber research. With the potential for revolutionary drug-delivery applications in cancer and other medical treatments, this research area is rich with possibilities, and Dr. Yang is one of the few textile engineers pushing aggressively in this area.

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27 Mar 2010    

TCD Among CEHS Departments Represented at this Year's Panhandle Big Red Road Show

TCD Merchandising majors Jordan Wilson (l.) and Shelby Steele (center) speak with Scottsbluff high school student Channing Wills at the Mitchell, NE Fairgrounds, site for the Scottsbluff Big Red Road Show

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