16 Oct 2013    

Jha to present for Nebraska Tourism Commission Oct. 23-25

Dipra Jha, assistant professor of practice in Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management, has been invited by the Nebraska Tourism Commission to present two training sessions at its October 23-25 travel conference in Norfolk, NE.



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16 Oct 2013    

Jha to present for Nebraska Tourism Commission Oct. 23-25

Dipra Jha, assistant professor of practice in Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management, has been invited by the Nebraska Tourism Commission to present two training sessions at its October 23-25 travel conference in Norfolk, NE.



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16 Oct 2013    

Jha to present for Nebraska Tourism Commission Oct. 23-25

Dipra Jha, assistant professor of practice in Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management, has been invited by the Nebraska Tourism Commission to present two training sessions at its October 23-25 travel conference in Norfolk, NE.



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16 Oct 2013    

Andrea Lunsford to present talk Nov. 4: "Writing and Reading in the Digital Age"

Public Talk:  “Writing and Reading in the Digital Age”
Monday, Nov. 4
3:30 p.m. - Bailey Library, Andrews Hall

Lunsford is sponsored by the UNL Research Council, UNL Departments of English, Communication Studies, Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education, and the Robert Hough Memorial Fund



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16 Oct 2013    

Andrea Lunsford to present talk Nov. 4: "Writing and Reading in the Digital Age"

Public Talk:  “Writing and Reading in the Digital Age”
Monday, Nov. 4
3:30 p.m. - Bailey Library, Andrews Hall

Lunsford is sponsored by the UNL Research Council, UNL Departments of English, Communication Studies, Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education, and the Robert Hough Memorial Fund



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15 Oct 2013    

Pedersen honored by CASNR and NATS

Congratulations to Jon Pedersen, CEHS associate dean for research, for two awards he earned recently. The Nebraska Association of Teachers of Science recognized him with their Catalyst Award at the group’s fall conference Sept. 27 at Camp Calvin Crest near Fremont, NE. Pedersen, a former science teacher at Lincoln Southeast High School and past president of NATS, has been a longtime member of the group. The Catalyst Award recognizes “contributions to science education in Nebraska.”
 



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15 Oct 2013    

Causin selected as Research Development Fellow

Gina Fe Causin, assistant professor nutrition and health sciences, is one of thirteen UNL faculty members who have been selected for the 2013-14 Research Development Fellows Program, an initiative to help pre-tenure faculty successfully compete for grants.



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15 Oct 2013    

Causin selected as Research Development Fellow

Gina Fe Causin, assistant professor nutrition and health sciences, is one of thirteen UNL faculty members who have been selected for the 2013-14 Research Development Fellows Program, an initiative to help pre-tenure faculty successfully compete for grants.



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15 Oct 2013    

Prospective college students and social media a mixed bag

The Chronicle of Higher Education
By Beckie Supiano

The share of prospective students who used social-media Web sites to learn about colleges they were considering has more than doubled in the last four years, according to the results of a survey released on Wednesday. Even so, a majority of the students surveyed said they had not used such sites in their college search.



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15 Oct 2013    

Prospective college students and social media a mixed bag

The Chronicle of Higher Education
By Beckie Supiano

The share of prospective students who used social-media Web sites to learn about colleges they were considering has more than doubled in the last four years, according to the results of a survey released on Wednesday. Even so, a majority of the students surveyed said they had not used such sites in their college search.



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