Gabrielle Ainsworth, Brooke Anderson, Hanna Anderson, Nicole Drake, Bridget Leutzinger, Anna Schulz, Emily Stauffer, Clair Trenhaile, Allie Truitt, Rebekah Urban

12 Aug 2022    

August 2022 Graduate Spotlights

Ten students graduating from the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders shared Q-&-As ahead of the commencement ceremonies August 13.

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Participants learn about the importance of exercise during a session of the UNL-Tabitha Memory Workshop in March 2022

11 Aug 2022    By Kelcey Buck

UNL-Tabitha Memory Workshop begins new session at Barkley Clinic Sept. 14

The Barkley Speech Language and Hearing Clinic is set to host another session of its eight-week memory workshop in collaboration with Tabitha Health Care, beginning Sept. 14. 

The weekly workshop is designed to help adults develop strategies to maintain sharp memories as they age. Originally started in 2014 for people with diagnosed memory loss, the workshop is open to adults concerned about and/or interested in learning more about memory and strategies to enhance their thinking skills. 



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Outdoor image of City Campus at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

08 Aug 2022    

CEHS student named Chancellor's Scholar

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln will recognize one College of Education and Human Sciences student as a Chancellor’s Scholar during the combined graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremony Aug. 13 at Pinnacle Bank Arena.

Chancellor’s Scholars are students who have maintained 4.0 grade-point averages on all collegiate work at Nebraska and elsewhere.

Laura Elisabeth Jensen from Lincoln is studying secondary English (7-12) and German. Her parents are Todd and Jana Jensen.

Congratulations Laura!



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Outdoor image of City Campus at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

08 Aug 2022    

CEHS student named Chancellor's Scholar

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln will recognize one College of Education and Human Sciences student as a Chancellor’s Scholar during the combined graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremony Aug. 13 at Pinnacle Bank Arena.

Chancellor’s Scholars are students who have maintained 4.0 grade-point averages on all collegiate work at Nebraska and elsewhere.

Laura Elisabeth Jensen from Lincoln is studying secondary English (7-12) and German. Her parents are Todd and Jana Jensen.

Congratulations Laura!



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Dr. Don Johnson

05 Aug 2022    By Dijon DeLaPorte

Dr. Don Johnson joins the Educational Administration faculty

The Department of Educational Administration is excited to announce that Dr. Don Johnson has joined the department as an assistant professor of practice in P-12 school leadership this semester. “The opportunity to join the staff at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln is a dream come true. Teaching has always been a passion of mine and after 31 years serving as a school administrator, I am excited to get back to it,” says Johnson. “I look forward to working with the excellent Department of Educational Administration staff in furthering the mission of UNL.”



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A blue Zero to Three graphic with a photo of Holly Hatton-Bowers and text that reads Emerging Leadership Award in Research

03 Aug 2022    

Holly Hatton-Bowers receives Emerging Leadership Award

Holly Hatton-Bowers, assistant professor and early chilhood extension specialist in the Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, was selected as a recipient of ZERO TO THREE’s Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH) Emerging Leadership Award in Research.

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A blue Zero to Three graphic with a photo of Holly Hatton-Bowers and text that reads Emerging Leadership Award in Research

03 Aug 2022    

Holly Hatton-Bowers receives Emerging Leadership Award

Holly Hatton-Bowers, assistant professor and early chilhood extension specialist in the Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, was selected as a recipient of ZERO TO THREE’s Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH) Emerging Leadership Award in Research.

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7 individuals stand in a straight line displaying certificantes from UpStarts.

26 Jul 2022    

UpStarts extension program aims to support entrepreneurship and social connectedness among youth in rural communities

Through UpStarts: From Classroom to Boardroom high school students to work in teams to generate solutions for real issues that local business owners, organizations, and communities are facing.

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7 individuals stand in a straight line displaying certificantes from UpStarts.

26 Jul 2022    

UpStarts extension program aims to support entrepreneurship and social connectedness among youth in rural communities

Through UpStarts: From Classroom to Boardroom high school students to work in teams to generate solutions for real issues that local business owners, organizations, and communities are facing.

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7 individuals stand in a straight line displaying certificantes from UpStarts.

26 Jul 2022    

UpStarts extension program aims to support entrepreneurship and social connectedness among youth in rural communities

Through UpStarts: From Classroom to Boardroom high school students to work in teams to generate solutions for real issues that local business owners, organizations, and communities are facing.

View UpStarts extension program aims to support entrepreneurship and social connectedness among youth in rural communities Article