Elsa Wilcox wears black medical scrubs and stands in front of a large building - the Hattie B. Munroe Center for Recreational Therapy.

16 Nov 2023    By UNL Career Services

Wilcox completes rare internship within UNMC’s Munroe Meyer Institute

Elsa Wilcox’s internship at University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Munroe Meyer Institute strengthened her passion for speech pathology. She worked with a diverse team, enhancing her skills, and her experience, normally reserved for graduate students, set her apart.

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02 Nov 2023    

Meet a Husker: Brooks Kneifl

Meet Brooks Kneifl, a special education 7-12 major from Wayne, Neb. Brooks is also a pitcher on the Husker Baseball team.

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Professional headshot of Ciara Ousley on red background.

24 Oct 2023    

Ciara Ousley selected to present at Faculty Research and Creative Activity Slam

Ciara Ousley, an assistant professor in special education and communication disorders, is one of five faculty from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln selected to present their research during the 2023 Faculty Research and Creative Activity Slam Nov. 8.

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Michelle Hughes smiles as she works with a patient.

19 Oct 2023    By Kelcey Buck

Michelle Hughes aims to improve health disparities in underserved populations with Grand Challenges project

With a new Grand Challenges planning grant, Michelle Hughes is expanding her research efforts to try to determine the biggest barriers and potential solutions to improving overall health in underserved populations.

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19 Oct 2023    

Four CEHS students named 2023 homecoming royalty finalists

Four students from the College of Education and Human Sciences are among the 20 Husker seniors selected as University of Nebraska-Lincoln homecoming royalty finalists for 2023.

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Ciara Ousley stands in front of a blue wall with colorful blocks that spell out SCADD LAB.

12 Oct 2023    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Research explores technology to support speech among children with autism

Nebraska researcher Ciara Ousley is exploring ways to enable and enhance communication for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

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Young child holding colorful balls. White and red graphic. 2023-24 NAECR Policy Fellows Program. NAECR and first five Nebraska logos.

06 Oct 2023    

NAECR selects 2023-24 Policy Fellows

Three University of Nebraska faculty members have been selected to serve as 2023-24 NAECR Policy Fellows.

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22 Sep 2023    

Meet a Husker: Payton Grove

Meet Payton Grove, a communication sciences and disorders (speech language-pathology track) major form Elkhorn, Nebraska. Payton is also pursuing an education minor in the college.

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06 Sep 2023    

CEHS hosting events for students interested in teaching, nutrition and health

The College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is hosting on-campus events for high school students interested in learning more about the teaching, and nutrition and health sciences programs the college offers.

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Dr. Paul Gausman (back row, left), Dr. Vann Price and Dr. Sue Kemp look on as two paraeducators sign their agreements to participate in the first cohort of the Para Pathway to Teaching pilot program.

10 Aug 2023    By Haley Apel

UNL, LPS partner to build pipeline of special education teachers

A new partnership between the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s College of Education and Human Sciences and Lincoln Public Schools aims to build a pipeline of special education teachers.

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