Online graduate education programs in the College of Education and Human Sciences have been ranked fourth best nationally in an annual ranking by U.S. News & World Report announced Jan. 10. CEHS jumped 10 spots from the 2016 ranking and is the highest Big Ten program ranked in the category of best online graduate education programs.
The online programs in CEHS considered for this ranking are all master’s degrees:
Several students from the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders will receive their diplomas this weekend during Nebraska's December 2016 commencement ceremonies. Four of those students took time to discuss their experiences in SECD.
The Academy for Child and Family Well Being (ACFW) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will be hosting a book fair Sunday, Dec. 18, at the Barnes & Noble store at SouthPointe Pavilions in Lincoln. In addition to offering several free activities, a percentage of sales during the book fair will benefit the Nebraska Letterbox Club, which sends educational packages to children in Nebraska’s foster care system.
When Sue Kemp was handed a toffee recipe during her student teaching, she never expected to be spending every night and weekend cooking to fill the orders she receives for her business, Sweets by Suzanne.
Stephen Boney, associate professor of practice in the audiology program, will be recognized for his 30 years of service at Nebraska during the college-wide meeting for the College of Education and Human Sciences Dec. 2.
Amy Willman, lecturer and coordinator of the American Sign Language program, will be recognized for her 15 years of service at Nebraska during the college-wide meeting for the College of Education and Human Sciences Dec. 2.
Eleven faculty and 16 students from SECD were contributing authors on 20 presentations during the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) annual convention, which was held Nov. 17-19 in Philadelphia.
The Nebraska Letterbox Club, a program organized by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Academy for Child and Family Well Being (ACFW), was selected as the recipient of the Celebrate Literacy Award by the Eastern Nebraska Reading Council.
The award will be presented at the next Eastern Nebraska Reading Council meeting, scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, at the Barnes & Noble at SouthPointe Pavilions in Lincoln.
The Academy for Child and Family Well Being at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will be selling popcorn Oct. 24-28 to raise money for the Nebraska Letterbox Club, which sends educational packages to children in Nebraska’s foster care system.