14 Jun 2013    

Jha invited to be professor in residence

Dipra Jha, assistant professor of practice in Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management has been invited to be professor in residence at the Venetian-Palazzo Resort in Las Vegas this summer. With more than 7,000 suites, the Venetian-Palazzo is the largest five diamond resort in the world. It also has the second largest convention facility in the world offering 2.25 million square feet of meeting space.



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14 Jun 2013    

Jha invited to be professor in residence

Dipra Jha, assistant professor of practice in Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management has been invited to be professor in residence at the Venetian-Palazzo Resort in Las Vegas this summer. With more than 7,000 suites, the Venetian-Palazzo is the largest five diamond resort in the world. It also has the second largest convention facility in the world offering 2.25 million square feet of meeting space.



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05 Jun 2013    

Mortensen, Family & Consumer Sciences Education major, featured in AAFCS online interview

New member McKenzie Mortensen is a rising star in the Nebraska Affiliate. She grew up in Lincoln, went to Lincoln East High School, and now attends University of Nebraska Lincoln where she majors in Secondary Education in Family and Consumer Sciences. Writes McKenzie, "I have wanted to be a teacher since the 3rd grade and finally chose to major in Family and Consumer Sciences Education so I could use my ability to relate with others, keep a positive attitude and show my compassion for helping students to work and cope with any type of problem they are experiencing.



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05 Jun 2013    

Mortensen, Family & Consumer Sciences Education major, featured in AAFCS online interview

New member McKenzie Mortensen is a rising star in the Nebraska Affiliate. She grew up in Lincoln, went to Lincoln East High School, and now attends University of Nebraska Lincoln where she majors in Secondary Education in Family and Consumer Sciences. Writes McKenzie, "I have wanted to be a teacher since the 3rd grade and finally chose to major in Family and Consumer Sciences Education so I could use my ability to relate with others, keep a positive attitude and show my compassion for helping students to work and cope with any type of problem they are experiencing.



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30 May 2013    

Keiser, TMFD, awarded scholarship and stipend

CEHS is happy to announce that TMFD Merchandising major Anna Keiser is the recipient of the Ray M. Greenly Scholarship awarded by the National Retail Federation. The $5000 scholarship is also accompanied by a $2500 stipend that will underwrite Anna's attendance at the NRF's annual convention in Chicago this Fall.



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30 May 2013    

Keiser, TMFD, awarded scholarship and stipend

CEHS is happy to announce that TMFD Merchandising major Anna Keiser is the recipient of the Ray M. Greenly Scholarship awarded by the National Retail Federation. The $5000 scholarship is also accompanied by a $2500 stipend that will underwrite Anna's attendance at the NRF's annual convention in Chicago this Fall.



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30 May 2013    

TMFD Merchandising major Anna Keiser wins Ray M. Greenly Scholarship

Washington, May 30, 2013 – More than two dozen college students, including TMFD's Anna Keiser, received great news this month when they learned they were chosen as recipients of $5,000 scholarships from the National Retail Federation Foundation’s Ray M. Greenly Scholarship Fund.



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29 May 2013    

TMFD rates high in FashionSchools.org poll

TMFD rated 8th nationally in Merchandising programs by FashionSchools.org. The program also was rated 19th among design schools.



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29 May 2013    

TMFD rates high in FashionSchools.org poll

TMFD rated 8th nationally in Merchandising programs by FashionSchools.org. The program also was rated 19th among design schools.



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29 May 2013    

Duppong Hurly and Epstein generate $3.2 million IES grant

Kristin Duppong Hurley and Michael Epstein, professors in the College of Education and Human Science’s Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders, have been awarded a $3.2 million research grant from the Institute of Educational Sciences, the research arm of the U.S. Department of Education. They will study Parent Connectors, an innovative parent-to-parent intervention program developed to support the families of middle school youth with emotional disturbance (ED).



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