News

19 Jul 2011    

Baurain, TLTE, receives Presidential Graduate Fellowship

University of Nebraska President James B. Milliken has announced the eight recipients of 2011-12 Presidential Graduate Fellowships. These prestigious fellowships honor NU graduate students on the basis of high scholastic performance, personal accomplishment and innovative research.

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06 Jul 2011    

Fish! Philosophy, presented by Sandra Stockall

The College of Education and Human Sciences Staff Council, along with the Arts and Sciences Staff Council, present the Fish! Philosophy, presented by Sandra Stockall.

The philosophy, based on Seattle's Pike Place Fish Market, comprises four components:

  1. have fun
  2. make their day
  3. be there
  4. choose your attitude

Learn practical skills that can create change in your own attitude.

View Fish! Philosophy, presented by Sandra Stockall Article

30 Jun 2011    

Golf tournament defrays costs for underrepresented students

On Friday July 8, CEHS will host a golf tournament at the Tiburon Golf Course near Gretna to raise dollars for scholarships for underrepresented students in CEHS programs. Last year more than 150 people came together for the event, organized by Don Benning, with help from Cindy DeRyke.

This year again, it will be a wonderful day for great cause. If you would like further information, contact Cindy in the Educational Administration Department Office. Tom Osborne will be the featured host this year.

Cindy DeRyke
402-472-3726

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30 Jun 2011    

Drawn: an exhibition by Beili Liu

"Beili Liu's time and process based installations look at transience, fragility and time lapse. She embraces a broad range of mediums in her work: from everyday materials such as salt, water, needle, and thread, to digitally processed images, video, and sound." Beili Liu

Liu is a Chinese American artist born in Jilin, China, and now lives and works in Austin, Texas. She is currently an assistant professor of art at the University of Texas at Austin.

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27 Jun 2011    

CEHS counting down to Big Ten entry

CEHS is eagerly anticipating UNL’s entry into the Big Ten on July 1, 2011.  After a thorough review of the Big Ten institutions, we have noted that the following 10 CEHS centers and institutes are unique among the Big Ten:

View CEHS counting down to Big Ten entry Article

27 Jun 2011    

Study shows diets of low-income families often fall short in nutrition

More than seven in 10 low-income families in a new UNL study struggled to reach adequate levels of nutrition in their diet, researchers said.

When asked to recall food choices from the previous day, only 28 percent of participating parents and caregivers reported meals with adequate amounts of nutrients like vitamins A and C, protein, calcium and iron, according to the study.

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10 Jun 2011    

Weiss, Vigna honored with Mayors Arts Award

Wendy Weiss, Diane Vigna, and a team of planners and organizers have been honored with the Lincoln Arts Council's Mayors Arts Award for Visual Arts Event of the Year. The TCD faculty and their team worked more than a year to bring off "Textiles and Settlement: From Plains Space to Cyber Space," a conference sponsored by the Textile Society of America.

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08 Jun 2011    

CEHS announces collaborative international education program

Two delegations of CEHS faculty, staff, and administrators have returned from China where they worked with university educators from across the globe.

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06 Jun 2011    

Harnisch awarded Fulbright

Del Harnisch, TLTE, has been selected as a Fulbright scholar for 2011-2012. Harnisch will work in the Republic of Georgia in Tiblisi.

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01 Jun 2011    

CEHS' NEAR Center promotes statistical, measurement, and research methodology

The Nebraska Evaluation and Research Center's purpose is to promote sound statistical, measurement, and research (e.g., Quantitative, Qualitative, and Mixed Methods) methodology. In addition the Center serves as a hands-on training program for graduate students in the Quantitative, Qualitative, & Psychometric Methods (QQPM) program.

The NEAR Center provides consulting services to:

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