Dr. Steve Boney

29 Sep 2014    By Dr. Sherri Jones

Boney Awarded Honors of the Association

Congratulations to Steve Boney who was awarded Honors of the Association from the Nebraska Speech Language Hearing Association.  Steve was recognized for his many years of service to the profession, the state organization, the state board of examiners, the department, students, and to individuals with hearing loss.  
Congratulations Steve.  Well deserved!


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29 Sep 2014    

CEHS students crowned royalty

Congratulations to CEHS seniors Shelby Kruse, a nutrition science major, and Jeffrey Story, a political science and English major with a minor in education. Kruse and Story were coronated as homecoming king and queen Saturday, Sept. 27 during halftime of the Nebraska-Illinois game.

Kruse is president of her sorority, Gamma Phi Beta, and staff adviser for the Nebraska Human Resources Institute. Her parents are John and Stephannie Kruse of Lincoln.


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29 Sep 2014    

CEHS students crowned royalty

Congratulations to CEHS seniors Shelby Kruse, a nutrition science major, and Jeffrey Story, a political science and English major with a minor in education. Kruse and Story were coronated as homecoming king and queen Saturday, Sept. 27 during halftime of the Nebraska-Illinois game.

Kruse is president of her sorority, Gamma Phi Beta, and staff adviser for the Nebraska Human Resources Institute. Her parents are John and Stephannie Kruse of Lincoln.


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Stacie Ray, director of HearU Nebraska and associate professor of practice in audiology (second from left), accepts the grant award of $75,950 from Women Investing in Nebraska and is joined by her son, Brandon Ray (far left), and HearU Nebraska clients Hannah Lionberger (third from left), and Kelly Rausch (second from right) and her daughter Evie Rausch.

26 Sep 2014    By Robb Crouch, University of Nebraska Foundation

HearU Nebraska receives grant from Women Investing in Nebraska

Many children in Nebraska who are born with or develop hearing loss are likely to receive the life changing gift of hearing thanks to a grant awarded to HearU Nebraska from Women Investing in Nebraska.

HearU Nebraska, a statewide program of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Education and Human Sciences, was awarded $75,950 from Women Investing in Nebraska to help provide hearing aids for babies and children with hearing loss and help with cochlear implants for children whose parents’ insurance doesn’t cover the equipment.



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26 Sep 2014    By Dr. Sherri Jones

Dr. Ray Awarded Funds for Children's Hearing Aids

Stacie Ray was awarded $75,950 from Women Investing in Nebraska for her proposal to give the gift of hearing through HearU Nebraska.  Stacie’s proposal was selected after site visits were completed for nine finalists.  The funds will be used to secure amplification devices for 30+ hearing impaired children (birth to age 18) in the state of Nebraska.  HearU Nebraska’s mission is to provide hearing aids to children ages 0 to 18 with priority to newly identified children from 0 to 3 years of age.


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20 Sep 2014    

Su Presents at 11th Chinese Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Conference in China.

Dr. Qiaozhu Su, an assistant professor in the Department of Nutrition and Health Sciences at UNL was invited by the Chinese Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology to present her research work at the 11th Chinese Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Scientific Conference held on August 21-23, 2014, Xiamen, China.

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19 Sep 2014    

Teaching for social justice workshop Oct. 4

A full day of learning on racial literacy and teaching for social justice is being hosted by the secondary English education program in Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education (TLTE) from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 4. Teaching for Social Justice: Enhancing Communication, Improving  School Climate will be held at 105 Teachers College Hall.

The workshop is being supported by TLTE's University-wide Departmental Teaching Award, the Canary Fund and the Malaika Foundation. It is designed for the following audiences:


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17 Sep 2014    

Jha presents alternative visitor engagement strategy

Dipra Jha, assistant professor of practice in Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management presented an alternative visitor engagement strategy at the recent Upper Midwest Convention and Visitors Bureau Conference. This year’s conference was hosted by the Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau at the Holiday Inn Downtown, Sept. 14-16. It attracted leaders, professionals and tourism industry partners like Tripadvisor from around the United States. The conference rotates annually among cities in the Upper Midwest and is an important event for tourism professionals in the region.



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17 Sep 2014    

Jha presents alternative visitor engagement strategy

Dipra Jha, assistant professor of practice in Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management presented an alternative visitor engagement strategy at the recent Upper Midwest Convention and Visitors Bureau Conference. This year’s conference was hosted by the Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau at the Holiday Inn Downtown, Sept. 14-16. It attracted leaders, professionals and tourism industry partners like Tripadvisor from around the United States. The conference rotates annually among cities in the Upper Midwest and is an important event for tourism professionals in the region.



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