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02 Aug 2013    

African art gala and auction funds CEHS scholarships for education abroad

The College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and the Malaika Foundation are hosting a Gala Celebration of African Art, Cuisine and Fashion from 6-9 p.m., Friday, Sept. 27, 2013 at Quilt House, home of the International Quilt Study Center and Museum, 1523 N. 33rd St. in Lincoln. The gala will raise funds for scholarships to support education abroad experiences for students in CEHS.

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11 Jul 2013    

Globe trotting HRTM students complete internships

Students in the Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management major at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln have spent the summer in internships across the U.S. and in points across the globe including Germany, France, Ireland, England, Africa, China and New Zealand. This week, 114 HRTM students are completing a required internship, as part of 700 hours of industry experience needed for their undergraduate degree.

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14 Jun 2013    

Jha invited to be professor in residence

Dipra Jha, assistant professor of practice in Hospitality, Restaurant and Tourism Management has been invited to be professor in residence at the Venetian-Palazzo Resort in Las Vegas this summer. With more than 7,000 suites, the Venetian-Palazzo is the largest five diamond resort in the world. It also has the second largest convention facility in the world offering 2.25 million square feet of meeting space.

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29 May 2013    

Jobman selected for Freda Drath Battey award

Innovative teaching, a knack for meeting student needs and a commitment to extracurricular activities make Becky Jobman a respected and valued teacher at Freeman Public Schools in Adams. Those same characteristics also led to Jobman being selected as the 2013 Freda Battey Distinguished Educator, an annual award presented by College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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03 May 2013    

Nebraska Gateway to Nutrigenomics Retreat, May 13 (Register by May 6)

All faculty, graduate students, postdocs, staff, and others who may be interested are invited to attend! If you have not done so, please take a minute now to register for the Nebraska Gateway to Nutrigenomics Retreat, May 13, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Nebraska East Union.  It is free to attend but registration in advance by May 6th is required so that we can plan accordingly.
 
Our speakers include:

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18 Apr 2013    

Katelyn White, senior in NHS, garners 2013 Wayne Duke Award

Katelyn White, senior in the department of Nutrition Health and Science, is one of two students to be awarded the Wayne Duke Postgraduate Award for 2013. White is from Broken Bow, Nebraska.

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29 Mar 2013    

Abu-Elheiga to present next NGN Seminar Series talk

Lutfi Abu-Elheiga, Baylor College of Medicine, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, will be the next NGN Seminar Series speaker, April 3rd at noon, Nebraska East Union, Sunflower Room. A brown bag lunch with beverages and dessert will be provided
 
Abu-Elheiga's talk is entitled, “A New Mechanism for Treating Obesity: Targeting a Master Regulator for Lipid Synthesis by a Small Molecule.”
 

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22 Mar 2013    

Business minor is perfect supplement for Gangwish, nutrition major

Jena Gangwish originally came to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to study pre-med and major in accounting so she could run her own medical practice. Then priorities changed and she decided that family aspirations were more suited to a path in a physician’s assistant graduate program. To prepare, she changed her major to nutrition through the College of Education and Human Sciences. However, she knew she still wanted business to remain a big part of her college education and also signed up for the business minor at the UNL College of Business Administration.

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18 Mar 2013    

Casey to give NGN talk March 20

Carol Casey, UNMC Department of Internal Medicine and Biochemistry
will present the next NGN Seminar Series Talk. The talk is March 20, noon, in the Nebraska East Union Sunflower room. A brown bag lung with beverages and dessert will be provided.
 
Casey's talk is entitled, “Impaired Protein and Lipid Trafficking in the Alcoholic Fatty Liver."
 
Dr. Casey’s research focuses on the effects of ethanol on the liver particularly as it relates to altered protein trafficking and the pathogenesis of alcoholic liver injury.
 

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