News

12 Jan 2016    

Online graduate education program ranked 14th nationally

The College of Education and Human Science’s online graduate education program has been ranked 14th nationally by U.S. News and World Report. CEHS was ranked fourth among Big Ten peers and is the second highest ranked program west of the Mississippi.

The CEHS programs considered for this ranking are:

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14 Dec 2015    By Brooke Sullivan

Eleven CEHS Students Earn Academic All-Big Ten Honors

Eleven CEHS students out of 51 Nebraska student-athletes have been awarded Academic All-Big Ten Honors. Students must be in their second academic year, be a letterwinner, and maintain a 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average to be eligible for the Academic All-Big Ten selection.

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08 Dec 2015    By Dr. Sherri Jones

Congratulations to Matt Lambert for Accomplishments

Matt was recently awarded a Fulbright Specialist Grant; he has partnered with TeamMates to study their recruitment processes; and he recently became an associate editor of Language, Speech and Hearing Services in Schools.

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24 Nov 2015    By Dr. Sherri Jones

Maag and Barlow Honored

John Maag was honored during his class today by the Mortar Board Society (Black Masques) for his leadership in teaching, research, and service.  Congratulations John!

Steven Barlow was elected to membership in the Society for Pediatric Research (SPR).  The goal of SPR is to create a network of multidisciplinary researchers to improve child health.  Steven will be honored at their meeting in the spring.  Congratulations Steven!

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Steven Barlow

17 Nov 2015    

Barlow honored by ASHA

Steven Barlow, Corwin Moore Professor in the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders, has received the highest honor of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).

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03 Nov 2015    

CEHS Student Research and Creative Activity Fair Nov. 14

CEHS undergraduate and graduate students will share their work with fellow students, faculty and other educators and community members Saturday, Nov. 14 at Teachers College Hall and the Henzlik Hub. Other UNL students and recent alums who have engaged in the study of education and/or human sciences have also been invited to share.

The aim of the conference is to give students an opportunity to showcase their work and dialogue with peers and mentors about important issues in education and the human sciences. 

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09 Oct 2015    

SECD faculty & staff recognized

Faculty and staff from the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders have recently been recognized for a variety of professional successes.

Steven Barlow, Corwin Moore Professor, was appointed as associate director of the center for Brain, Biology and Behavior. He will lead interdisciplinary research efforts in neurotherapeutics. He will also receive American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Honors at its November convention—the highest award given by ASHA for significant contributions to the field.

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23 Sep 2015    By Brad Stauffer

Major CEHS initiative invests in early childhood

Responding to changing demographics and a growing population of young at-risk children, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln today announced a strategic initiative to strengthen support for early childhood development in Nebraska.

Chancellor Harvey Perlman, Dean of the College of Education and Human Sciences Marjorie Kostelnik, Lt. Gov. Mike Foley and others shared the plans at the Van Brunt Visitors Center.

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02 Sep 2015    

Hebert featured in "Inside IES Research" blog

Assistant Professor Michael Hebert, Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders, is featured in the August 31, 2015 blog "Inside IES Research," hosted by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES), the research arm of the U.S. Department of Education. Hebert was previously selected as a recipient of an Early Career Development and Mentoring Grant from the National Center for Special Education Rsearch (NCSER), a division of IES.

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31 Aug 2015    

SECD hosts school discipline conference Sept. 18

The apparent overuse of suspension and expulsion as disciplinary consequences in schools has become a serious concern. Both the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Office of Civil Rights have communicated to educators in the last year concerns about what they believe is a consistent pattern of over representation of students who are minorities, and students receiving these consequences. The Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders is hosting a one-day conference from 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Sept.

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