01 Jun 2020    By Kelcey Buck

Barkley Speech Language and Hearing Clinic resuming speech and language services via telepractice June 8

The Barkley Speech Language and Hearing Clinic is resuming its speech and language services for all ages June 8. Most services will be conducted via telepractice through at least July 31.

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A student at Nebraska tutors a young girl at the Schmoker Reading Center

19 May 2020    By Kelcey Buck

Schmoker Reading Center takes tutoring online for summer session

The Kit & Dick Schmoker Reading Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will offer its tutoring program online through Zoom for the summer session that begins June 11.

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Amanda Evert, Joanna Hill, Elizabeth Hoffman, Kelly Malcolm, Nikki Plummer

08 May 2020    

May 2020 Clinical Doctorate in Audiology and Master's in Speech-Language Pathology graduate spotlights

Five students completing graduate degrees – Amanda Evert, Joanna Hill, Elizabeth Hoffman, Kelly Malcolm and Nikki Plummer – share Q-and-As ahead of the May 9, 2020, commencement ceremony.

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Amanda Barker, Samuel Barnes, Amanda Burrier, Kelsey Lang, Griffin Overbeck

07 May 2020    

May 2020 special education (7-12) graduate spotlights

Five special education (7-12) graduates – Amanda Barker, Samuel Barnes, Amanda Burrier, Kelsey Lang and Griffin Overbeck – share Q-and-As ahead of the May 9, 2020, commencement ceremony.

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Morgan Buehler, Jayden DeCora, Bailey Fowler, Hailey Greene, Hannah Jacobs, Madisyn Jakub, Abby Lammers, Emily Meduna, Sydney Mickells, Angel Mitike, Tiona Mosher, Lyndzie Moyer, Abbey Patera, Riley Schroeder

06 May 2020    

May 2020 elementary education and special education graduate spotlights

Fourteen elementary education and special education graduates share Q-and-As ahead of the May 9, 2020, commencement ceremony.

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Joelly Anderson, Rachel Beeney, Wesley Deuel, Brooke Doyle, Samantha Dziuk, Maddy Felix, Courtney Kment, Brenna Schulte, Clair Trenhaile, Mallory Tvrdy, Lizzie Waters

04 May 2020    

May 2020 communication sciences and disorders graduate spotlights

Eleven communication sciences and disorders graduates share Q-and-As ahead of the May 9, 2020, commencement ceremony.

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Screenshot of the COVID-19 Resource webpage

09 Apr 2020    By Kelcey Buck

Barkley Clinic offers resources for communicatively vulnerable individuals during COVID-19

Clinicians and graduate students at the Barkley Clinic have created a collection of resources on the clinic website to help individuals affected by communication disorders continue working on specific skills while the clinic is closed.

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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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Elysa Binger analyzes data in the Cochlear Implant Research Lab.

03 Mar 2020    By Kelcey Buck

Elysa Binger receives CI2020 student scholarship from American Cochlear Implant Alliance

Elysa Binger, a second-year student in the Au.D. program, was one of 19 students from around the world selected for a scholarship to attend CI2020 International: 16th International Conference on Cochlear Implants and Other Implantable Technologies, as announced by the American Cochlear Implant Alliance.

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Barkley Memorial Center

04 Feb 2020    By Kelcey Buck

SECD faculty, postdoctoral fellows presenting at Council for Exceptional Children convention

Five individuals from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders are among the presenters at the annual Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Special Education Convention & Expo Feb. 5-8 in Portland, Oregon.

Associate professor Michael Hebert, professor of practice Sue Kemp, and postdoctoral fellows Angelique Aitken, Jennifer Farley and Dan Poling will each lead at least one presentation during the four-day convention. The full schedule for their sessions is below.

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