Three people standing in front of a motorhome on a South Dakota Native American reservation.

09 Aug 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Edwards honored by American Society of Criminology for community-engaged research

Nebraska researcher Katie Edwards has been honored by the American Society of Criminology for her work with Native American communities. View Edwards honored by American Society of Criminology for community-engaged research Article
Cody Hollist in his office.

09 Aug 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Brazil research empowers vulnerable families, communities amid COVID-19 crisis

Nebraska researchers are collaborating intercontinentally to find ways to help vulnerable youth, communities in Brazil. View Brazil research empowers vulnerable families, communities amid COVID-19 crisis Article
Cody Hollist in his office.

09 Aug 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Brazil research empowers vulnerable families, communities amid COVID-19 crisis

Nebraska researchers are collaborating intercontinentally to find ways to help vulnerable youth, communities in Brazil. View Brazil research empowers vulnerable families, communities amid COVID-19 crisis Article
Farmer standing in a field.

09 Aug 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Researchers gathering eye-opening data to help ensure adequate sleep among agricultural workers

Nebraska researchers are collecting data to determine the need, value and efficacy of potential educational interventions to help improve sleep quantity and quality among agricultural workers. View Researchers gathering eye-opening data to help ensure adequate sleep among agricultural workers Article
Teachers and Parents as Partners

02 Aug 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

TAPP Online brings enhanced support to rural students, families and schools

CYFS researchers are leading a $3.8 million IES-funded effort to identify an effective professional development approach to help school-based specialists to address behavioral challenges presented by rural students. View TAPP Online brings enhanced support to rural students, families and schools Article
James Hill headshot

27 Jul 2021    By Haley Apel

Lincoln Southwest teacher earns Christa McAuliffe Prize

James Hill, a Spanish teacher at Lincoln Southwest High School, is the recipient of the 2021 Christa McAuliffe Prize for Courage and Excellence in Education. View Lincoln Southwest teacher earns Christa McAuliffe Prize Article
John Bernthal

27 Jul 2021    

‘A class act’ - Bernthal remembered as caring, impactful leader

John Bernthal, professor emeritus and longtime department chair of the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders (SECD) in the College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, is being remembered by colleagues and loved ones for his contributions to the field and his kindness toward others. Bernthal passed away on July 23, 2021. View ‘A class act’ - Bernthal remembered as caring, impactful leader Article
John Bernthal

27 Jul 2021    

‘A class act’ - Bernthal remembered as caring, impactful leader

John Bernthal, professor emeritus and longtime department chair of the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders (SECD) in the College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, is being remembered by colleagues and loved ones for his contributions to the field and his kindness toward others. Bernthal passed away on July 23, 2021. View ‘A class act’ - Bernthal remembered as caring, impactful leader Article
Teacher reading to students at a table in a school setting.

23 Jul 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Researchers examine experiences, needs of Nebraska’s special education teachers

CYFS researchers are working with the Nebraska Department of Education to learn about special education teachers’ experiences and to examine factors that influence their preparation and retention. View Researchers examine experiences, needs of Nebraska’s special education teachers Article
Falah Rashoka stands outside his office on East Campus.

20 Jul 2021    By Deann Gayman | University Communication

Rashoka helps turn pandemic tide for Yezidi community

“It was a very scary time. There were a lot of cases among the immigrant and refugee communities. I think 85 percent of the (Yezidi) community got COVID-19.” — Falah Rashoka, doctoral student in nutrition and health promotion. View Rashoka helps turn pandemic tide for Yezidi community Article

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