01 Apr 2019    

Three CEHS Faculty Receive Distinguished Teaching Award

In 1976, the Nebraska Legislature authorized the presentation of $1,000 stipends to selected faculty members to recognize excellence in teaching. Up to 15 awards are presented each year based on recommendations from the colleges. The CEHS recipients this year are Shavonna Holman, Sue Kemp, and Matthew Fritz. Awardees will be recognized at The Laurels award reception in September. Congratulations to our winners!

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29 Mar 2019    

Two HRTM Professors Receive Awards at Central CHRIE Conference in Indianapolis

Dipra Jha, Associate Professor of Practice for HRTM, has been awarded the 2019 Outstanding Teaching Achievement Award by the Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (CHRIE) Central Federation. Kristin Malek, Assistant Professor for HRTM, was awarded 1st place in the Thinkathon Industry Challenge. The topic for the industry challenge was artificial intelligence in hospitality. The awards were presented at the Central CHRIE conference in Indianapolis earlier this month. 

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27 Mar 2019    

Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism program grows involvement with Augusta National Golf Club for 2019 Masters Tournament

The Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia is considered by many to be the pinnacle of professional golf. For the fourth year in a row, students and their professor from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management (HRTM) program will be working with members, patrons, and staff at Augusta National Golf Club for the 2019 Masters Tournament.

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26 Mar 2019    

Jha delivers keynote at seminar in India

HRTM Associate Professor of Practice, Dipra Jha recently traveled to India to deliver a keynote at an international seminar on food, hospitality and tourism. Organized by the Institute of Hotel and Tourism Management at Maharshi Dayanand University in Rohtak, Haryana, the one-day event on March 12th was attended by scholars, industry leaders and students from institutions across India. It was widely covered by local electronic and print media.

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26 Mar 2019    

And the Winners of the CEHS Staff Open is...

It was a close vote but the winning hole, based on votes from participants, is the City Campus Business Team and Dean’s Office in Louise Pound Hall. This hole featured a two-story challenge with a money tree! Monopoly money hung from a tree, but there were more labels with dollar signs wrapped around cans and food packages. The cans and food were then donated to the Huskers Pantry.

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23 Jan 2019    

Moeller completes year as world language ambassador and ACTFL presiden

Ali Moeller is an ambassador of world languages in every manner. She advocates for them. She sings their praises. She encourages others to pursue them. She represents them. And she teaches others to do the same. As president of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL), Moeller, spent 2018 traveling the U.S. and beyond to share the important benefits of learning and teaching a second language.

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09 Jan 2019    

Technology Innovation Projects

The CEHS Technology Committee is soliciting proposals for Technology Innovation Projects for the 2019-20 school year. Projects are intended to support the student learning experience and share innovative practices. Proposals are due on March 1, 2019.

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20 Dec 2018    

TMFD graduate thesis project uses 3D body scanning and 3-D printer technology to combat gaming stereotypes

As part of her final master's degree project in Textiles, Merchandising & Fashion Design, College of Education and Human Sciences, Stephanie Pitcher used body scanning and 3-D printer technology to create avatars of real women.

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13 Dec 2018    

Three Countries; One Classroom: Opens Doors, Connects Minds

CEHS’s Dipra Jha connected UNL students with peers 7,500 miles away at The Emirates Academy and Oman Tourism College as part of the Global Virtual Project. The project was supported by the Stevens Initiative which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and administered by the Aspen Institute.

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