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20 Apr 2021    

Panel explores successes, challenges and possibilities of dual language programs in Nebraska

The current state of dual language programs in Nebraska was the topic of a panel on April 19. The event was hosted by the Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education, and the M3 Initiative at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. View Panel explores successes, challenges and possibilities of dual language programs in Nebraska Article

20 Apr 2021    By Tiffany Lee | Research and Economic Development

Nutrient compound shows promise for halting mother-to-fetus Zika transmission

Research out of the Department of Nutrition and Health Sciences has identified a dietary nutrient compound that may block mother-to-baby Zika transmission. View Nutrient compound shows promise for halting mother-to-fetus Zika transmission Article
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16 Apr 2021    

Soo-Young Hong receives 2021 Swanson Award for Teaching Excellence

The College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln has named Soo-Young Hong, associate professor in the Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies, the recipient of the 2021 Donald R. and Mary Lee Swanson Award for Teaching Excellence. View Soo-Young Hong receives 2021 Swanson Award for Teaching Excellence Article
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16 Apr 2021    

College of Education and Human Sciences celebrates faculty and staff

The College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln recognized the outstanding achievements of faculty and staff during its annual awards celebration on April 16. View College of Education and Human Sciences celebrates faculty and staff Article
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13 Apr 2021    By Haley Apel

CEHS celebrates new building’s final beam

The College of Education and Human Sciences celebrated the placement of the final steel beam on its new building on City Campus on April 9. View CEHS celebrates new building’s final beam Article
Youth VIP

13 Apr 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Youth VIP changing lives, paving the way to safer communities

A March 30 webinar hosted by the Interpersonal Violence Research Laboratory outlined how the Youth Voices in Prevention program is enhancing lives — and communities. View Youth VIP changing lives, paving the way to safer communities Article
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13 Apr 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Literacy a lifeline for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Nebraska researchers are developing a detailed literacy profile to identify strengths and weaknesses in reading, writing and cognition skills among students with intellectual or developmental disabilities. View Literacy a lifeline for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities Article
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13 Apr 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Registration open for Dating and Sexual Violence Prevention Workshop

Upcoming Interpersonal Violence Research Laboratory workshop will address teen sexual and dating violence — and how to prevent it. View Registration open for Dating and Sexual Violence Prevention Workshop Article
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12 Apr 2021    

12 CEHS faculty, staff receive Family and Friends Recognition Awards

Twelve College of Education and Human Sciences employees were honored for their support to students during a virtual celebration March 5. View 12 CEHS faculty, staff receive Family and Friends Recognition Awards Article
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06 Apr 2021    

CEHS students inducted as Innocents Society, Mortar Board members for 2021-22

Five students from the College of Education and Human Sciences have been inducted into the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Innocents Society and the Black Masque chapter of Mortar Board for 2021-22. View CEHS students inducted as Innocents Society, Mortar Board members for 2021-22 Article

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