By helping teachers see the importance of using a problem-solving format instead of the traditional follow-my-example approach to teaching, Buchheister is removing the old arguments and creating a hybrid approach to teaching problem-solving skills.
The deadline for those interested in graduating this May is rapidly approaching. All students planning on graduating at the end of this semester need to have all graduation application materials in by January 26th.
Not sure how to apply for graduation? It's simple!
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is once again found ranking within the top 50 for online undergraduate and graduate programs. The university started offering online programs (in addition to the existing online courses available) in 2008 and have since continued to climb higher on the national rankings every year.
Welcome to Discover CYAF, a series that spotlights some of the talented and passionate people who come through the Child, Youth, and Family Studies department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Let's get to know Tierra Williams, who came to Auburn, Nebraska at age 11 after Hurricane Katrina destroyed everything her family owned, and eventually made her way to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the Child, Youth, and Family Studies department.
Faculty from two College of Education and Human Sciences departments are collaborating to create and implement a new program that promotes entrepreneurship and a sense of connection and community among rural youth.
IANR Harlan Vice Chancellor Mike Boehm presented awards to three CEHS colleagues on Dec. 1 at an awards luncheon in the Nebraska East Union. “People are IANR’s greatest asset,” said Boehm. “We salute these faculty and staff for their dedication in advancing our mission of teaching, research and outreach.”
Catia Guerrero, administrative associate, in the Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies Received an Outstanding Employee Award that recognizes employees who go above and beyond their job responsibilities.
Dipti Dev, Betti and Richard Robinson Professorship of Early Childhood in Extension and Assistant Professor and Child Health Behaviors Extension Specialist, was awarded the Dinsdale Family Faculty Award at the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources Annual Awards Luncheon on December first.
Holly Hatton-Bowers, an assistant professor in child, youth, and family studies and an early childhood extension specialist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, was presented the Innovative Extension New Employee Award for her contributions to professional development programming for early childhood education teachers at the Extension Fall Conference 2017. This award recognizes innovation in research in the first five years of service.