Person sitting outside, with a plate of vegetables on a picnic table.

17 Sep 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Research digesting why children, vegetables don’t always mix

Researchers are working to better understand family child care home providers’ preparation and serving of vegetables, and their influence on children’s vegetable consumption. View Research digesting why children, vegetables don’t always mix Article
Husker students pose for a photo at the Centro de Educación Creativa in Monteverde, Costa Rica, in 2019

14 Sep 2021    By Kelcey Buck

Applications open for May 2022 study abroad experience in Costa Rica

After a two-year hiatus due to the ongoing pandemic, professor of practice Sue Kemp is looking forward to once again leading the annual study abroad experience in Costa Rica in May 2022. 

View Applications open for May 2022 study abroad experience in Costa Rica Article
Students in a classroom raising their hands.

03 Sep 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Research: Family adversity lowers children’s social-emotional skills

A recent Nebraska research project highlights strong links between family adversity, lower social-emotional skills among preschool children. View Research: Family adversity lowers children’s social-emotional skills Article
Clinicians and participants smile for a group screenshot during a Zoom meeting for the LOUD Crowd.

02 Sep 2021    By Kelcey Buck

Barkley Clinic offers specialized in-person, teletherapy services for individuals with Parkinson’s

Parkinson’s Disease is the fastest growing brain disease in the world, and nine out of 10 people with Parkinson’s are at risk of developing a weak voice that can lead to serious speech and swallowing issues. The Barkley Speech Language and Hearing Clinic aims to prevent that from happening with its specialized program that combines education, individual speech therapy and group speech therapy. View Barkley Clinic offers specialized in-person, teletherapy services for individuals with Parkinson’s Article
Clinicians and participants smile for a group screenshot during a Zoom meeting for the LOUD Crowd.

02 Sep 2021    By Kelcey Buck

Barkley Clinic offers specialized in-person, teletherapy services for individuals with Parkinson’s

Parkinson’s Disease is the fastest growing brain disease in the world, and nine out of 10 people with Parkinson’s are at risk of developing a weak voice that can lead to serious speech and swallowing issues. The Barkley Speech Language and Hearing Clinic aims to prevent that from happening with its specialized program that combines education, individual speech therapy and group speech therapy. View Barkley Clinic offers specialized in-person, teletherapy services for individuals with Parkinson’s Article
Teacher's College Hall

31 Aug 2021    

CEHS Message of Support

Events of the past few weeks continue to bring to light the ongoing impact of unresolved crises our campus has been dealing with for some time. View CEHS Message of Support Article
Students Picnic August 2021

30 Aug 2021    

6th Annual "Meet the Students" Picnic

The Nebraska Center for the Prevention of Obesity Diseases (NPOD) hosted his 6th Annual  "Meet the Students" Picnic on Sunday, August 29, 2021, at Antelope Park.

Thank you all for coming! 

View 6th Annual "Meet the Students" Picnic Article
A female adult hugs a child at a nursery school in Brazil.

17 Aug 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Mindfulness training available to Brazilian educators through CHIME

A Nebraska researcher is collaborating internationally to adapt compassion- and mindfulness-based programs developed in the U.S. to support caregivers, young children and college students in Recife, Brazil. View Mindfulness training available to Brazilian educators through CHIME Article
A female adult hugs a child at a nursery school in Brazil.

17 Aug 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Mindfulness training available to Brazilian educators through CHIME

A Nebraska researcher is collaborating internationally to adapt compassion- and mindfulness-based programs developed in the U.S. to support caregivers, young children and college students in Recife, Brazil. View Mindfulness training available to Brazilian educators through CHIME Article

13 Aug 2021    

August 2021 graduate spotlights

Seven students from SECD's graduate programs in special education and speech-language pathology – Claire Benisch, Christina Hamling, Audrey Hartwell, McKenna Hotovy, Emma Loberg, Chris Meurer, Alyssa Molina, Darien Myers, Natalia Nolting, Madison Sloup, Meghan Taylor, Brittany Wambold, Elaine Williams, and Taelor Williamson – share Q-&-As ahead of the commencement ceremony Aug. 13, 2021. View August 2021 graduate spotlights Article

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