Janos Zempleni smiles for a photo in a scientific lab space.

11 May 2022    By Geitner Simmons - IANR Media

Nebraska-led project examines milk as possible cancer fighter

In a federally funded project, Janos Zempleni, a professor with the Department of Nutrition and Health Sciences, and Husker colleagues are pursuing a surprising way to use milk as the vehicle delivering cancer-fighting therapeutics to the brain. View Nebraska-led project examines milk as possible cancer fighter Article
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28 Apr 2022    By Kateri Hartman | University Communication

Husker power helps fuel Masters Tournament glory

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism and PGA Management students seized the rare opportunity to work at the Masters Tournament. View Husker power helps fuel Masters Tournament glory Article
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27 Apr 2022    By Deann Gayman - University Communication

Research hones in on health care barriers for Yazidi community

Lincoln is home to the largest population of Yazidi refugees in the United States, numbering in the thousands. Among them is Husker Falah Rashoka, who served the United States Army in Iraq. Now, as a doctoral student in nutrition and health promotion at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, he’s turned a research lens toward helping his community overcome barriers to health care. View Research hones in on health care barriers for Yazidi community Article
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29 Mar 2022    By Kateri Hartman | University Communication

Spring break trip offers hands-on sports medicine, nutrition lessons

From the grounds of the ancient Olympics to modern-day metabolic testing, 12 Huskers spent spring break in Greece, immersed in the history and application of nutrition and sports medicine. View Spring break trip offers hands-on sports medicine, nutrition lessons Article
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28 Mar 2022    

Cheng to be honored as CEHS Alumni Master

Alumnus Michael Cheng (’93, ’95), dean at the Chaplin School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Florida International University, will return to campus March 30 to April 1 to be recognized as an Alumni Master. View Cheng to be honored as CEHS Alumni Master Article
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07 Mar 2022    

6 faculty receive Family and Friends Recognition Awards

For their support of students, 6 College of Education and Human Sciences faculty received University of Nebraska–Lincoln Family and Friends Recognition Awards during a March 4 celebration. View 6 faculty receive Family and Friends Recognition Awards Article
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13 Jan 2022    

CEHS student earns Gilman Scholarship for education abroad

Elizabeth Graham, a senior nutrition and health sciences major from Gallup, New Mexico, has earned the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to support credit-bearing study abroad, internship abroad or virtual international opportunities. View CEHS student earns Gilman Scholarship for education abroad Article
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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
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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