Four individuals sitting outdoors posing for a photo.

21 Oct 2021    By Jim Benes - CEHS Global

Researchers from Nebraska, Ethiopia rethinking the coffee ‘cherry’

Starting the day with a cup of coffee is a daily ritual for many across the United States, and variations on coffee have changed over time, including the trendy options — iced, frozen, cold brew — and of course, the traditional hot and black. View Researchers from Nebraska, Ethiopia rethinking the coffee ‘cherry’ Article
Falah Rashoka stands outside his office on East Campus.

20 Jul 2021    By Deann Gayman | University Communication

Rashoka helps turn pandemic tide for Yezidi community

“It was a very scary time. There were a lot of cases among the immigrant and refugee communities. I think 85 percent of the (Yezidi) community got COVID-19.” — Falah Rashoka, doctoral student in nutrition and health promotion. View Rashoka helps turn pandemic tide for Yezidi community Article
People working in a garden.

10 Jun 2021    By Dan Moser, Office of Research and Economic Development

University works with Native Americans to improve nutrition, fight disease

An effort to tackle health challenges and improve nutrition among Native Americans, who suffer disproportionately from a variety of diseases, encompasses several University of Nebraska–Lincoln research and extension initiatives across the country that range from training future health care workers to promoting production of traditional tribal crops. View University works with Native Americans to improve nutrition, fight disease Article
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30 Apr 2021    

2 CEHS graduating seniors earn Honors Program awards

Two graduating seniors in the College of Education and Human Sciences have earned awards from the University Honors Program at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. View 2 CEHS graduating seniors earn Honors Program awards Article

20 Apr 2021    By Tiffany Lee | Research and Economic Development

Nutrient compound shows promise for halting mother-to-fetus Zika transmission

Research out of the Department of Nutrition and Health Sciences has identified a dietary nutrient compound that may block mother-to-baby Zika transmission. View Nutrient compound shows promise for halting mother-to-fetus Zika transmission Article
Fulbright U.S. Student Program

23 Feb 2021    

Two CEHS students named Fulbright semifinalists

Two students in the College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln have been named semifinalists for the 2021-22 Fulbright U.S. Student Program by the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. View Two CEHS students named Fulbright semifinalists Article
NIC Hotel

11 Jan 2021    By Haley Apel

Industry pros say future is bright for Nebraska HRTM students

Strong industry support for the Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management program at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln will continue to create opportunities for its students and graduates. View Industry pros say future is bright for Nebraska HRTM students Article
farm to school grant

23 Jul 2020    

Nebraska receives portion of largest ever USDA farm to school grant

The Nebraska Department of Education and Burwell Public Schools have both received grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture which will allow them to partner with Nebraska Extension to bring fresh, local foods into schools. View Nebraska receives portion of largest ever USDA farm to school grant Article
Terry Housh

22 Jul 2020    

National Strength and Conditioning Association honors Terry Housh with lifetime achievement award

The National Strength and Conditioning Association has announced that Terry Housh, director of the Exercise Physiology Laboratory and professor in the Department of Nutrition and Health Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, is the 2020 recipient of the Boyd Epley Award for Lifetime Achievement. View National Strength and Conditioning Association honors Terry Housh with lifetime achievement award Article
Water Resource Recovery Facilities

14 Jul 2020    

Nebraska researchers partner with Lincoln Wastewater for early virus detection

Megan Kelley, assistant professor of nutrition and health sciences, is co-leading a new project assessing how community-level contextual factors and local policy measures relate to levels of coronavirus in the wastewater samples over time. View Nebraska researchers partner with Lincoln Wastewater for early virus detection Article