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06 Dec 2017    

Dev, Fischer and Guerrero honored by IANR

IANR Harlan Vice Chancellor Mike Boehm presented awards to three CEHS colleagues on Dec. 1 at an awards luncheon in the Nebraska East Union. “People are IANR’s greatest asset,” said Boehm. “We salute these faculty and staff for their dedication in advancing our mission of teaching, research and outreach.”

Catia Guerrero, administrative associate, in the Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies
Received an Outstanding Employee Award that recognizes employees who go above and beyond their job responsibilities.

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06 Dec 2017    

Sehi earns ESP Mid-Career Leadership Award

Natalie Sehi, extension educator in Nutrition and Health Sciences, has received an Epsilon Sigma Phi Mid-Career Leadership Award. The award honors Nebraska Extension professional who exhibit and model excellence in leadership in the following areas:

• Career-level appropriate evidence of leadership in units/departments/teams/groups over a timeline over successive years
• Evidence of supporting colleagues in the form of mentoring, coaching and troubleshooting without reward or recognition

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20 Nov 2017    

International Seed Grant proposals due Dec. 18

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.

View International Seed Grant proposals due Dec. 18 Article

Michelle Kang

27 Oct 2017    

Kang recognized for geotagging research

Michelle Kang, associate professor in HRTM from the Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication (ALEC) program in the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, has been recognized for her geotagging research in tourism education.

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28 Sep 2017    

HRTM's Jha invited to lecture in Thailand

Dipra Jha, assistant professor of practice in Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management, traveled to Thailand Sept. 10-17 to deliver invited lectures on innovation in the tourism and hospitality industries. The lecture events were hosted by two of the country’s most prestigious institutions, the National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA), Thailand’s top university for graduate education at their campuses in Bangkok and Phuket; and by Prince of Songkla University in Phuket.

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26 Sep 2017    

Resume/cover letter review hosted by Advising Center

The College of Education and Human Sciences Academic Advising Center will be hosting a resume/cover letter review day for CEHS undergraduate students on Oct. 10. Students may drop by the Hub in Henzlik Hall between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. for a 15-minute resume/cover letter critique by qualified Career Services advisors.

“This is a great opportunity for CEHS students to prepare for internships, practicum, student teaching and graduation,” said Dallas Doane, a Student Affairs graduate student in the Academic Advising Center who is coordinating the event.

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(L-R) Rebecca Luhrs Baskerville, Dipra Jha and Marnie Nelson

23 Aug 2017    

Jha honored by Education Abroad

For planning and co-leading programs to Oman, the United Arab Emirates and India, Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management faculty member Dipra Jha received a Smooth Sailing Award from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln education abroad office. This is the second time Jha was recognized with the award for his contributions to international education at Nebraska. Jha is a member of CEHS International Advisory Council, and is the first UNL faculty to complete the four-part education abroad leader certification series.

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Weiwen Chai, assistant professor, Nutrition and Health Sciences.

18 Aug 2017    By Scott Schrage | University Communication

Study: Obesity may outweigh meat consumption as driver of inflammation

Red and processed meat – considered prime suspects in disease-related inflammation – might actually be aiding and abetting another culprit, says a recent study led by a University of Nebraska-Lincoln researcher.

The investigation turned up incriminating evidence against body fat, which statistical analyses suggest could account for much of the correlation between meat consumption and an inflammatory protein linked with higher risk of certain cancers.

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Dipra Jha presents a webinar for the Nebraska Tourism Commission.

28 Jun 2017    

Jha presents to Nebraska Toursim Commission

Dipra Jha, assistant professor of practice in HRTM, was invited by the Nebraska Tourism Commission to present an industry webinar on “Innovation in Tourism & Hospitality.” The event was broadcast June 26th through NET and is now available on YouTube.  

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Dipra Jha is shown with participants in his workshop at the Trident Hotel in Hyderabad, India.

14 Jun 2017    

HRTM's Jha leads luxury hospitality workshops in India

University of Nebraska–Lincoln faculty member Dipra Jha recently delivered a series of workshops for luxury hospitality professionals across India. Jha, an assistant professor of practice in hospitality, restaurant and tourism management, spent May 12-31 in India as professor in residence with the Oberoi Center of Learning and Development (OCLD). The center is part of Oberoi Group, a hospitality conglomerate that owns and operates some of the most recognized luxury hotels in the world.

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