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28 Apr 2022    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Summit on Research in Early Childhood helps connect research, practice, policy

Creating connections among early childhood research, practice and policy — and how each can enhance the lives of young children and their families — provided the central theme of the 2022 Child, Youth, Families and Schools (CYFS) Summit on Research in Early Childhood.

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27 Apr 2022    By Deann Gayman - University Communication

Research hones in on health care barriers for Yazidi community

Lincoln is home to the largest population of Yazidi refugees in the United States, numbering in the thousands. Among them is Husker Falah Rashoka, who served the United States Army in Iraq. Now, as a doctoral student in nutrition and health promotion at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, he’s turned a research lens toward helping his community overcome barriers to health care.

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21 Apr 2022    

17 CEHS faculty receive promotion, tenure

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln will award promotion and/or tenure to 17 faculty in the College of Education and Human Sciences in 2022.

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18 Apr 2022    By Chuck Green, CYFS

TAPP brings new tool to students, parents and teachers in Brazil

Nebraska researchers are introducing youth in Brazil to TAPP, an evidence-based, problem-solving intervention designed to foster collaboration among parents and teachers — and enhance academic, behavioral and social outcomes for students.

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08 Apr 2022    By Haley Apel

CEHS Building to be Named Carolyn Pope Edwards Hall

The College of Education and Human Sciences’ new building being constructed on the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s City Campus will be named Carolyn Pope Edwards Hall. The University of Nebraska Board of Regents approved the designation in honor of the late early-childhood education expert at its April 8 meeting.

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08 Apr 2022    

CEHS holds annual awards celebration

The College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln recognized the outstanding achievements of faculty, staff and students during its annual awards celebration on April 8.

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07 Apr 2022    By Deann Gayman - University Communication

Husker program training much-needed school psychologists

The Department of Educational Pyschology’s school psychology program and Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology — the largest American Psychology Association-approved internship training program — bring mental health professionals to the state’s schools, boosting the workforce that helps students with mental and behavioral issues.

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06 Apr 2022    

Virtual study abroad course exposes students to Brazilian culture

CYAF 442a/882a Exploration of Race, Culture, Families Communities and Schools in Vibrant Brazil will be offered during the second summer five-week session in 2022

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CEHS Global Education Booster, April 1 - 30, 2022, cehs.unl.edu/global

05 Apr 2022    By Jim Benes - CEHS Global

CEHS Global Education Booster runs April 1 – 30

The College of Education and Human Sciences is hosting the Global Education Booster through the entire month of April for a new approach to funding study abroad programming for students. The college is working with the NU Foundation to offer a crowd-funding option and help lower the cost of the three college summer study abroad programs.



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04 Apr 2022    By Deann Gayman - University Communication

New film, ‘Bell Affair,’ explores freedom suits in America

The award-winning University of Nebraska–Lincoln team that produced “Anna” is bringing another important, but lesser-known story to movie screens with its inaugural feature-length animated film, “The Bell Affair.”

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