CEHSgives

25 Jan 2021    

#CEHSgives winners announced

The College of Education and Human Sciences has announced the winners of the #CEHSgives social media challenge, which encouraged faculty and staff across the college to give back. View #CEHSgives winners announced Article
Tylee Hanson

22 Jan 2021    

Tylee Hanson honored with CEHS Staff Star Award

Tylee Hanson, director of field experiences, has been selected as the recipient of the latest Staff Star Award by the College of Education and Human Sciences Staff Council. View Tylee Hanson honored with CEHS Staff Star Award Article
Lisa Knoche

19 Jan 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Coaching model aims to enhance services for Nebraska infants, toddlers

Nebraska researchers are using a $1.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs to help enhance services for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families. View Coaching model aims to enhance services for Nebraska infants, toddlers Article
NIC Hotel

11 Jan 2021    By Haley Apel

Industry pros say future is bright for Nebraska HRTM students

Strong industry support for the Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management program at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln will continue to create opportunities for its students and graduates. View Industry pros say future is bright for Nebraska HRTM students Article

11 Jan 2021    

Nebraska, South Dakota Researchers Explore Solutions to Domestic Violence Among Native Americans

Decades of research reveals that domestic violence in the United States is endemic and leads to harmful outcomes for survivors and their families. 

But far less is known about what rural Native American survivors of domestic violence need to ensure recovery and healing from their experiences. 

View Nebraska, South Dakota Researchers Explore Solutions to Domestic Violence Among Native Americans Article

11 Jan 2021    

Research Addresses Sexual Violence Prevention Among Native American Youth

Native American youth experience high rates of sexual abuse — a problem rooted in historical trauma. Until recently, virtually no research had assessed the impact of child sexual abuse prevention programs aimed at protecting this vulnerable population.

To address this disparity, Nebraska educational psychologist Katie Edwards, a leading researcher on interpersonal violence, sought to understand how an evidence-based program to prevent child sexual abuse would be received among Native American communities.

View Research Addresses Sexual Violence Prevention Among Native American Youth Article
The Barkley Memorial Center is home to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders.

11 Jan 2021    

Free support group for young people who stutter begins Feb. 1

A pair of speech-language pathologists in the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders are launching a free monthly support group for young people who stutter beginning Feb. 1. View Free support group for young people who stutter begins Feb. 1 Article
SMILE

05 Jan 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

SMILE project aided by COVID-19 Rapid Response Grant

A Nebraska study exploring children’s self-regulation and motivation as they transition from second to third grade received a boost during the pandemic to gather expanded data. View SMILE project aided by COVID-19 Rapid Response Grant Article
My Beautiful Stutter

21 Dec 2020    By Kelcey Buck

SECD hosting free virtual screening of “My Beautiful Stutter” Jan. 16

The Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders is hosting a free virtual screening of the award-winning documentary film, “My Beautiful Stutter”, Saturday, Jan. 16, 2021.

View SECD hosting free virtual screening of “My Beautiful Stutter” Jan. 16 Article

10 Dec 2020    

Exploring ways to help those who help others in the wake of natural disasters

Nebraska researchers are working to develop, implement and evaluate resources that provide strategies of coping and reaching out to supportive others for Extension personnel. View Exploring ways to help those who help others in the wake of natural disasters Article

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