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14 Jan 2011    

Campus Recreation partners with the Department of Nutrition and Health Sciences on Healthy Lifestyle

Campus Recreation is partnering with the Department of Nutrition and Health Sciences to present the Healthy Lifestyles Program. The program pairs participants with junior/senior nutrition and health sciences students, who provide nutrition and fitness coaching.

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14 Jan 2011    

King recieves Silver Pen Award

The Silver Pen Award honors two office/service employees who have demonstrated superior performance while employed at UNL and who have made significant contributions to the University community. The award was established in UNOPA’s Silver Anniversary year and, as a pen is common to UNL personnel; it was named the Silver Pen Award. It is funded by the Floyd S. Oldt endowment. Each recipient receives a $600 cash award, an engraved A.T. Cross Silver Pen, a framed certificate, and a one-year UNOPA membership.

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14 Jan 2011    

Buros staff commemorates completion of 18th Mental Measurements Yearbook

As you begin to fill your 2011 calendars, don't forget to write down the date and time of the Buros Open House. The Buros staff is throwing a party to commemorate the completion of the 18th Mental Measurements Yearbook. The open house reception will be in the Buros library on January 18, 2011, from 3 to 5 p.m. All CEHS faculty and staff are invited to come and enjoy fellowship, refreshments, and commemoration giveaways and door prizes. 

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15 Dec 2010    

Graduate Student Association sponsors dissertation proposal workshop

December 2, 2010, the Teaching Learning and Teacher Education Graduate Student Association sponsored a workshop, Writing for a Committee: The Dissertation Proposal. Miles Bryant (EDAD), Heather Stuart (Ag Leadership), and Brett Schroeder (EDAD) conducted the interactive learning session with over 30 graduate students who attended.

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07 Dec 2010    

CEHS staff members join to help alleviate hunger in southeast Nebraska

Early this December CEHS staff members came together to learn about and support the Lincoln Food Bank and Backpack Program. Speakers Scott Young and Alynn Sampson explained the goals of the program, and shared its successes and ongoing need for community assistance.

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07 Dec 2010    

Julie Johnson, CYAF, honored with Floyd S. Oldt Boss of the Year award

Julie Johnson, chair of CYAF, has been presented with the the Floyd S. Oldt Boss of the Year Award. The award recognizes a UNL employee who has demonstrated excellence in personnel management, outstanding skills in employee supervision, and excellent interpersonal relations. Jonhson was awarded an engraved plaque and stipend, as well as a one-year UNOPA membership.

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16 Nov 2010    

John Kennedy, CEHS graduate, returns for Alumni Masters Week

John Kennedy, 2005 graduate of the Nutrition and Health Science Department, was selected to participate in Alumni Masters Week, a program meant to connect successful UNL alumni with current students. Kennedy is a corporate chef at Blue Bunny. He joined Wells, the makers of Blue Bunny ice cream, in 2005 as the company's first culinologist. Among his responsibilities are researching, evaluating and implementing new technologies and trends in food, and creating new ice cream-related desserts.

2010 marks the 46th Alumni Masters Week.

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12 Nov 2010    

Fall Nebraska Lecture: Ready for School, Ready for Life: Creating a Future for All Children

On November 30th, Susan Sheridan, Director of UNL's Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools, will present the fall Nebraska Lecture, "Ready for School, Ready for Life: Creating a Future for All Children, " at 3:30 p.m. in the Nebraska Union auditorium. The lecture is free, open to the public, and everyone is welcome to attend. Please mark your calendars and encourage colleagues and students to attend.

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11 Nov 2010    

Li-Fang Zhang: Advice for Becoming a Productive Scholar, November 19, 2010

Intellectual styles in education: Recommendations for learning and instruction

Li-Fang Zhang will speak on the topic of intellectual styles in education November 17, 2010 in Jorgensen 110 on city campus. Zhang's presentation will consider the prudence of adapting instruction to students'  varying intellectual styles.

Zhang is Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Education at the University of Hong Kong, and is recognized as an authority on intellectual styles.

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11 Nov 2010    

Samuel Totten to speak on Darfur Genocide, November 16, 2010

Samuel Totten will speak November 16, 2010 at 7:00pm in the Nebraska Union Auditorium. His talk is entitled "The Darfur Genocide: Antecedents, Atrocities, Accountability." This talk is co-sponsored by TLTE.

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