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.
It all started with a visit to a gaming company in California. Now, Ron Nelson’s idea for an interdisciplinary Learning Technology Academy is coming to fruition with the formation of the student team that will work together to create learning technologies for children experiencing learning difficulties.
For the third year in a row, undergraduate students in special education and speech-language pathology have the opportunity to spend two weeks in Costa Rica as part of a Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders study abroad trip.
A free workshop for students featuring The Hanen Program for Parents model for family-focused early language intervention for young children will be held Wednesday, Sept. 28, at Ruth Leverton Hall.
The two-hour workshop is scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m. in Ruth Leverton Room 204, located on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s East Campus. The workshop will be presented by Toby Stephan, a trained instructor from the Hanen Centre, which is a not-for-profit organization based in Canada that is dedicated to addressing delays in language development in young children.
The Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders announced five fall semester dates for brown bag sessions at the Barkley Memorial Center. The brown bags are intended primarily to allow graduate students to present and respond to research topics, while receiving feedback from the people in attendance.