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31 Oct 2014    

Grossman to present on law and disabled students, veterans on campus

Paul Grossman will present two presentations, one on legal rights of disabled students and the other focusing on helping wounded warriors and other veterans on campus. Grossman’s talks are sponsored by the Department of Educational Administration.

Title: Current Trends in Post-secondary Disability Law and Helping Students Transition from High School to College

Date: Nov. 5th, 2014
Time: 2:30 p.m. – 3:50 p.m.
Location: Teachers College Hall, Rm. 105

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23 May 2014    

U.S. News & World Report ranks CEHS online education program No, 2 in nation

U.S. News & World Report has ranked CEHS second nationwide in online graduate programs for veterans, part of its Best Online Programs for Veterans report. CEHS online education program was the Big Ten’s highest ranked for veterans. Rutgers University was No. 12 and the University of Iowa was No. 13.

The 2014 rankings, released May 20, are in their second year and are designed to help veterans identify high-quality online degree programs that suit their educational needs.

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28 Apr 2014    

Bryant retirement reception May 5

Miles Bryant, professor Department of Educational Administration, will be honored at a reception recognizing his retirement from the university. The reception is 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., Monday, May 5 at the International Quilt Study Center & Museum, 33rd and Holdrege streets on East Campus. The Department of Educational Administration and the College of Education and Human Sciences invite you join them in recognizing Dr. Bryant’s career and accomplishments as a professor at UNL. RSVP to jenny.day@unl.edu by May 1.

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Critical Issues Forum artwork

03 Apr 2014    

Critical Issues Forum explores poverty and education

Poverty’s impact on educational opportunity brings together a diverse lineup of speakers as UNL’s Department of Educational Administration hosts its Critical Issues Forum, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Monday, April 21 at Southeast Community College, 8800 O Street in Lincoln. The forum on poverty will attract more than 200 K-12 and higher education administrators, teachers, service providers, graduate and undergraduate students, community leaders, media, educational organizations and others.

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Barbara LaCost portrait

06 Mar 2014    

LaCost recognized by National Education Finance Conference

Barbara LaCost, associate professor in the Department of Educational Administration at UNL, is a recipient of the 2014 Distinguished Fellow Award from the National Education Finance Conference (NEFC).  Recipients of the Fellow Award are selected in recognition of exemplary research, practice, and policy advancement in both the K-12 and higher education environments. LaCost will be recognized at the NEFC Annual Conference, April 23-25 in Louisville, KY.
 

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Brent Cejda portrait

21 Feb 2014    

Cejda selected for CSCC honor

Brent Cejda, professor and chair of the Department of Educational Administration at UNL, has been selected to receive the Senior Scholar Award from the Council for the Study of Community Colleges (CSCC).

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Ed Administration Student Affairs Group photo

05 Dec 2013    

Educational Administration Student Affairs master's cohort stands out at conference

The Educational Administration Student Affairs graduate program cohort made their presence known at the NASPA Regional IV-W Conference in Hot Springs, AR in November. NASPA is a professional organization for student affairs administrators and students seeking to enter the profession. All 38 students were in attendance led by Director and Assistant Professor of Practice Corey Rumann and Assistant Professor of Practice Stephanie Bondi. Amy Holland and Luke Bretscher, both second-year students, introduced two of the keynote speakers.

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12 Nov 2013    

Isernhagen, Florendo receive National Rural Education research award

Jody Isernhagen, associate professor in Educational Administration, and Jackie Florendo, a 2012 Ed.D. graduate in Educational Administration, were recently recognized by the National Rural Education Association as recipients of the Howard A. Dawson Best Research Paper Award. The paper, “Administrators Perceptions of Early Childhood Education,” was based on the findings from Florendo’s dissertation. She graduated in December 2012 and is currently the coordinator for Alliance for Kids, an initiative of the Early Childhood Council for El Paso County serving Colorado Springs, CO.

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15 Oct 2013    

Prospective college students and social media a mixed bag

The Chronicle of Higher Education
By Beckie Supiano

The share of prospective students who used social-media Web sites to learn about colleges they were considering has more than doubled in the last four years, according to the results of a survey released on Wednesday. Even so, a majority of the students surveyed said they had not used such sites in their college search.

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