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11 Oct 2011    

Staff Council brown bag: My big fat greekinese experience

Lisa King will speak about her recent CEHS sponsored trip to China. While in China, she had opportunities to engage Chinese culture, and she will share what she has learned. King was part of a faculty and staff group that that is working on a collaborative International Family Sciences Masters Specialization between Nebraska and five other countries.

King will also discuss a mini-course she took this summer on Greek culture.  The course was available at UNL and taught by a faculty member also involved in the International Masters Specialization.

 

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09 Oct 2011    

Green uses Hollywood technology to aid the speech impaired

Jordan Green is featured in a new Husker Vision video, which appears on YouTube.

Green uses Hollywood motion capture technology to help people with speech impairments. His research will help make clinical decisions for patients with ALS, a disease of the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. Green is a University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor of special education and communication disorders.

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06 Oct 2011    

Ardis Butler James: December 5, 1925 - July 7, 2011

Ardis James loved quilts and all things about quiltmaking. Her legacy will live on in many ways, including one of her primary passions, the International Quilt Study Center & Museum. Since the original donation of the Ardis and Robert James Collection in 1997 and the establishment of the International Quilt Study Center, Ardis remained actively informed of and involved in the workings of the center. She celebrated the opening of the new museum in 2008 and most recently attended the latest IQSCM Symposium in March of this year.

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06 Oct 2011    

A different kind of homecoming activity

Deb Mullen, associate dean of the College of Education and Human Sciences, is faculty fellow to Sig Phi Epsilon UNL chapter. As a faculty fellow, Mullen advises the chapter’s unique learning community, teaching a university personal development class that all new members of Nebraska’s Sig Ep chapter must take.

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26 Sep 2011    

Presentation by Holmes Finch October 3, 2011

Holmes Finch will speak on the topic of latent class analysis October 3, 2011. His speech, "Group Invariance Assessment in Latent Class Analysis," will explore

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20 Sep 2011    

CEHS hosts presentation by students of Escuela Normal Miguel Martinez, Monterrey, Mexico

Through Our Eyes: Field Experiences at the Normal Schools in Mexico
Presentation by students from Escuela Normal Miguel Martinez in Monterrey, Mexico
Thursday, September 22, 2011
6:30 - 8:00PM
105 Teachers College Hall

The students and their accompanying faculty will be on campus next week, hosted by the Department of Teaching, Learning & Teacher Education.  For more information about the visit or presentation, contact Kathy Phillips at

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16 Sep 2011    

Emergentics workshop October 7, 2011

The Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies and the College of Education and Human Sciences are pleased to host  “A Meeting of the Minds” seminar based on Emergenetics®. Our presenter is Dr. Geil Browning who is CEO and Owner of Emergenetics and uses her brain-based teaching philosophy to help educators and parents understand how elementary- and high school-aged children learn.

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15 Sep 2011    

Rural Education Research Center to host professional development expert

The CEHS-housed National Center for Research on Rural Education (R²Ed) will continue its Creating Rural Connections Speaker Series when it hosts an October presentation from Dr. Cathy Cavanaugh, an associate professor of educational technology at the University of Florida’s School of Teaching and Learning.

Cavanaugh will present “Evidence-Based Practices for Online Teacher Professional Development” Oct. 3 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in Room 212 of the Nebraska Union’s Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center. The event is free and open to the public.

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09 Sep 2011    

Technology EDGE conference October 15, 2011

CEHS is pleased to announce the first Technology Education in Digital and Global Environments.

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06 Sep 2011    

CEHS first-year teacher highlighted on first day of teaching

"Elizabeth James is a first-year, first-grade teacher, so naturally we spent the day with her on her first day of school at Elliott Elementary School, 225 S. 25th St.

She balanced nerves with preparedness and unexpected situations with adaptiveness to have a successful first day. Watch the video to hear her talk about the details of day 1."

 

News story and photo provided by Lincoln Public Schools.

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