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.

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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.

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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.

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Ajai Ammachathram

10 Jun 2020    By University Communication

Faculty 101 gets the restaurant, hospitality dish from Ammachathram

In the latest episode of Faculty 101, Ajai Ammachathram, assistant professor of hospitality, restaurant and tourism management, discusses the challenges his industry faces amid social distancing and the solutions that could help sustain it going forward.

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International flags

07 May 2020    

Two CEHS students earn Fulbright awards

Two College of Education and Human Sciences students have been chosen as Fulbright recipients for the 2020-21 academic year.

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Joshua Keller

05 May 2020    By Deann Gayman - University Communication

Keller followed research, found unparalleled experience at Nebraska

Joshua Keller, an Ohio native, will graduate May 9 with his doctorate in human sciences.

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Milk Bottles

27 Apr 2020    By Dan Moser - Research and Economic Development

Nebraska research aims to boost milk as infection fighter

Milk does a body good, as the saying goes, and Nebraska scientists are exploring how to make it even healthier by enhancing its infection-fighting properties.

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27 Apr 2020    By Haley Apel

Nebraska Extension creates new program to help families stay physically active

Nebraska Extension has created a virtual Marathon Kids club, so youth and their families can be active and gain confidence through completing the distance of a marathon, one mile at a time.

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Closed Sign

13 Apr 2020    By Haley Apel

Hospitality program looks toward future amid uncertainty in industry

As people across the globe take steps to ensure their safety amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, the hospitality industry has been feeling the impact.

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Love Library in the Spring

09 Apr 2020    By Haley Apel

CEHS instructors get creative to deliver remote teaching

A snapshot of just a few of the unique ways that instructors across the college have responded to the shift to remote teaching and learning.

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