CEHS Global Education Booster, April 1 - 30, 2022, cehs.unl.edu/global

05 Apr 2022    By Jim Benes - CEHS Global

CEHS Global Education Booster runs April 1 – 30

The College of Education and Human Sciences is hosting the Global Education Booster through the entire month of April for a new approach to funding study abroad programming for students. The college is working with the NU Foundation to offer a crowd-funding option and help lower the cost of the three college summer study abroad programs.

View CEHS Global Education Booster runs April 1 – 30 Article
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04 Apr 2022    By Deann Gayman - University Communication

New film, ‘Bell Affair,’ explores freedom suits in America

The award-winning University of Nebraska–Lincoln team that produced “Anna” is bringing another important, but lesser-known story to movie screens with its inaugural feature-length animated film, “The Bell Affair.” View New film, ‘Bell Affair,’ explores freedom suits in America Article
Three individuals standing in an ally in between two red brick buildings, with several power lines overhead.

04 Apr 2022    By Deann Gayman - University Communication

New film, ‘Bell Affair,’ explores freedom suits in America

The award-winning University of Nebraska–Lincoln team that produced “Anna” is bringing another important, but lesser-known story to movie screens with its inaugural feature-length animated film, “The Bell Affair.” View New film, ‘Bell Affair,’ explores freedom suits in America Article
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04 Apr 2022    

Marielena Moreno honored with Student Luminary award

Marielena Moreno, a junior child, youth and family studies and sociology major from Lincoln, was honored as a Student Luminary during an April 1 reception. View Marielena Moreno honored with Student Luminary award Article
Professional headshot on red background.

04 Apr 2022    

Marielena Moreno honored with Student Luminary award

Marielena Moreno, a junior child, youth and family studies and sociology major from Lincoln, was honored as a Student Luminary during an April 1 reception. View Marielena Moreno honored with Student Luminary award Article
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30 Mar 2022    

UNL Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies wins system-wide teaching award

University of Nebraska System President Ted Carter has announced that the Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is the recipient of the 2022 University-wide Departmental Teaching Award. View UNL Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies wins system-wide teaching award Article
Red flowers in the landscaping in front of a large red brick building.

30 Mar 2022    

UNL Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies wins system-wide teaching award

University of Nebraska System President Ted Carter has announced that the Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is the recipient of the 2022 University-wide Departmental Teaching Award. View UNL Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies wins system-wide teaching award Article
Karissa Boesiger, Bailey Jones and Claire Kubicek heaadshots

29 Mar 2022    By Kelcey Buck

Three SECD students awarded grants from Center for Transformative Teaching

Karissa Boesiger, Bailey Jones and Claire Kubicek were among the nine Husker students who were awarded Undergraduate Experiential Learning Projects Grant funding offered by the Center for Transformative Teaching. View Three SECD students awarded grants from Center for Transformative Teaching Article
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29 Mar 2022    By Kateri Hartman | University Communication

Spring break trip offers hands-on sports medicine, nutrition lessons

From the grounds of the ancient Olympics to modern-day metabolic testing, 12 Huskers spent spring break in Greece, immersed in the history and application of nutrition and sports medicine. View Spring break trip offers hands-on sports medicine, nutrition lessons Article
A large group of students stand in an outdoor stadium holding a red flag with an N on it.

29 Mar 2022    By Kateri Hartman | University Communication

Spring break trip offers hands-on sports medicine, nutrition lessons

From the grounds of the ancient Olympics to modern-day metabolic testing, 12 Huskers spent spring break in Greece, immersed in the history and application of nutrition and sports medicine. View Spring break trip offers hands-on sports medicine, nutrition lessons Article