sculpture of man reading a book to two children on a bench with Carolyn Pope Edwards Hall and Teachers College Hall in background

22 Apr 2024    

CEHS announces annual college award recipients

The College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has announced the recipients of its annual college awards. The honorees will be recognized during the annual awards ceremony on Friday, April 26.

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CEHS week April 22-26

19 Apr 2024    

CEHS Week is April 22-26

The College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has a slate of activities planned to celebrate CEHS Week April 22-26.

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Kristy Weissling professional portrait

18 Apr 2024    

Kristy Weissling selected for Donald R. & Mary Lee Swanson Award for Teaching Excellence

Kristy Weissling, professor of practice and interim chair in the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders, has been selected as the recipient of the 2024 Donald R. & Mary Lee Swanson Award for Teaching Excellence.

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Rachel Hovious portrait

15 Apr 2024    

Meet a Husker: Rachel Hovious

Meet Rachel Hovious, a senior from Bartlett, Illinois, who is majoring in elementary education and special education (K-6).

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Apprentices sign certificates confirming their commitment to the Teacher Apprenticeship program at SECD and LPS

12 Apr 2024    

CEHS launches new teacher apprenticeship program in collaboration with LPS, NDE

The College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln held a signing day ceremony April 11 at the Barkley Memorial Center to celebrate the start of a new partnership with Lincoln Public Schools as part of the Nebraska Department of Education’s Nebraska Teacher Apprenticeship Program.

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banners along campus, one with an N, one that says GO B1G RED

11 Apr 2024    

15 CEHS faculty members earn promotion, tenure

Fifteen faculty members from the College of Education and Human Sciences have earned promotion and/or tenure from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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East Campus gateway with Nebraska N on pilar and red flowers in foreground

09 Apr 2024    

CEHS programs among nation’s best in 2024 U.S. News & World Report Graduate School rankings

The College of Education and Human Sciences had three programs ranked for excellent performance in the 2024 Best Graduate Schools rankings, as announced by U.S. News & World Report on April 9.

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professional portraits of Gilbert Parra, Kristy Weissling and Jiangang Xia with red background image

02 Apr 2024    

Parra, Weissling, Xia selected for 2024 College Distinguished Teaching Awards

Three faculty from the College of Education and Human Sciences have been selected as recipients of the 2024 College Distinguished Teaching Awards, as announced by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor.

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Carolyn Pope Edwards Hall west exterior with sculpture near entrance; Sasaki/Sinclair Hille, Jeremy Bittermann (photographer)

27 Mar 2024    By Kelcey Buck

CEHS recognizing 234 students at Teacher Education Convocation April 5

Two ceremonies to recognize 234 Husker undergraduate students who have been officially admitted to teacher education programs during the 2023-24 academic year will be held April 5 at Carolyn Pope Edwards Hall.

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Kevin Pitt, assistant professor of special education and communication disorders, is leading a three-year project that uses brain-computer interface (BCI) technology to facilitate better communication for people with severe speech and physical impairments. (Kyleigh Skaggs, CYFS)

25 Mar 2024    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Brain-connected technology opening doors for children with severe speech, physical challenges

Nebraska researchers are exploring the use of brain-computer technology to enhance communication for people with severe speech and physical impairments.

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