Is the family in peril? Has the family structure from 50 years ago eroded to a point of alarm? These are questions that international family researchers and family economists grappled with recently at a meeting in Switzerland. Among them was Child, Youth and Family Studies (CYAF) associate professor Cody Hollist.
On Jan. 30, Child, Youth and Family Studies (CYAF) students Joseph Byrd, Kara Cruickshank, Sarah Erwin and Jessica Fetrow left behind family, friends and the comforts of their lives in Lincoln, as they boarded a plane headed to Jalgaon, India.
Dr. Dipti Dev has been selected for the Betti and Richard Robinson Professorship. This is a recognition of her demonstrated excellence in early childhood extension programming and her potential for future accomplishments in research and outreach. Congratulations, Dipti!
Learn more about the Betti and Richard Robinson Professorship here.
Through a generous donor grant, CEHS has funds available to enhance instruction and research through attention to international work and issues. Proposals are being solicited from faculty and staff to support coursework that includes international perspectives, research/creative work that includes an international component, or professional development activities and environmental improvements that will promote our international goals.
Proposals must be emailed to Deb Mullen (firstname.lastname@example.org) in a Word document by March 6, 2017.
Online graduate education programs in the College of Education and Human Sciences have been ranked fourth best nationally in an annual ranking by U.S. News & World Report announced Jan. 10. CEHS jumped 10 spots from the 2016 ranking and is the highest Big Ten program ranked in the category of best online graduate education programs.
The online programs in CEHS considered for this ranking are all master’s degrees:
We're proud to announce that Sarah Taylor, a Ph.D. student in Child, Youth and Family Studies, has been featured in the latest Society for Cross-Cultural Research newsletter! You can read about her experiences and takeaway from studying internationally in India and China here!
Holly Hatton-Bowers, assistant professor in Child Youth and Family Studies, has been recognized by the Journal of Social Work Education for her paper, "Evaluating Training to Promote Critical Thinking Skills for Determining Children’s Safety."
Elsa Escalante, graduate student in the Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies, has earned a dissertation award from the Society for Research in Child Development. She is one of four recipients of the 2016 Patrice L. Engle Dissertation Grant in Early Child Development.