21 Jan 2015    

Susan Goodrich Retires After 30 Years

Susan Goodrich, lecturer in the Department of Child, Youth, and Family Studies, will be retiring effective January 31st, 2015.

Susan has over three decades of professional experiences in public and private school classroom teaching, staff development, and consultation. She has taught and supervised elementary education students in TLTE, was a Student Service Center academic advisor. She has been with the University of Nebraska–Lincoln since 1996.

A retirement celebration will be held on Friday, January 23rd from 3-4 PM in 144 Mabel Lee Hall.



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16 Jan 2015    By Karl Vogel | Engineering

Researchers land EPA grant to study school environments

While much is known about the impact of home environments on childhood development, little data exists about how the country’s school buildings affect the academic development of children.



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14 Jan 2015    By Brad Stauffer

CEHS degree programs continue to earn national acclaim

In the span of two months, four degree programs in the College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln have been recognized nationally for excellence. Most recently, TheBestSchools.org ranked the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders’ online master’s degree in special education with an emphasis in early childhood special education as the 7th ranked program nationally. 



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14 Jan 2015    

Cejda and Jolley published in community college journal

Brent Cejda, professor and chair of Educational Administration, and Michael Jolley, EDAD doctoral student, are the authors of a chapter in the winter 2014 issue of "New Directions for Community Colleges."

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Dr. Steven Barlow

12 Jan 2015    By Sherri Jones

Barlow Awarded Grant

Steven Barlow was recently awarded a grant from Epic Medical Concepts and Innovation for a project entitled Somatosensory and Motor Function in Individuals with Cerebral Stroke Following TAC-Cell Array Pneumocutaneous Stimulation.  His project will investigate the effects of a novel somatosensory stimulation, using technology developed in his laboratory, on sensorimotor rehabilitation in individuals who have suffered a stroke resulting in unilateral sensorimotor impairment.
 
Congratulations Steven!


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09 Jan 2015    

Bischoff and Xia speak at international conference

Yan Ruth Xia, associate professor in Child, Youth and Family Studies, was featured Jan. 7, 2015 in a question-answer article in india.com’s Daily News Analysis. The article by Preksha Malu discussed the changing structure of the family and the importance of family on the development of children.



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Photo courtesy of india.com and the Daily News Analysis.

09 Jan 2015    

Bischoff and Xia speak at international conference

Yan Ruth Xia, associate professor in Child, Youth and Family Studies, was featured Jan. 7, 2015 in a question-answer article in india.com’s Daily News Analysis. The article by Preksha Malu discussed the changing structure of the family and the importance of family on the development of children.



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08 Jan 2015    

CEHS online graduate education program ranked #5

In its annual ranking of online graduate education programs, the College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is ranked fifth nationally by U.S. News and World Report. The ranking is up six spots from last year and applies to master’s in education degree programs.

U.S. News and World Report bases the rankings on several factors such as accreditation, admissions selectivity and academic and career support services. The number five ranking places UNL behind only Penn State (fourth) in the rankings among Big Ten institutions.



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08 Jan 2015    

CEHS online graduate education program ranked #5

In its annual ranking of online graduate education programs, the College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is ranked fifth nationally by U.S. News and World Report. The ranking is up six spots from last year and applies to master’s in education degree programs.

U.S. News and World Report bases the rankings on several factors such as accreditation, admissions selectivity and academic and career support services. The number five ranking places UNL behind only Penn State (fourth) in the rankings among Big Ten institutions.



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08 Jan 2015    

CEHS online graduate education program ranked #5

In its annual ranking of online graduate education programs, the College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is ranked fifth nationally by U.S. News and World Report. The ranking is up six spots from last year and applies to master’s in education degree programs.

U.S. News and World Report bases the rankings on several factors such as accreditation, admissions selectivity and academic and career support services. The number five ranking places UNL behind only Penn State (fourth) in the rankings among Big Ten institutions.



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