NOYCE Grant team members lined up on the stairs in Teachers College Hall.

20 Jul 2021    

$4.3 million NSF Noyce grant will help Nebraska science teachers grow

The National Science Foundation has awarded the University of Nebraska–Lincoln a grant totaling $4.3 million to recruit and develop secondary science teachers as leaders with a strong focus on aspects of equity and inclusive teaching and learning in Nebraska schools. View $4.3 million NSF Noyce grant will help Nebraska science teachers grow Article
Jennifer Au

12 Jul 2021    By Erin Kelly - CEHS Global Exchange

Husker undergrad seizes opportunity to study abroad

Nebraska’s Jennifer Au is one of the first Husker students to study abroad after a year-plus of pandemic-related travel restrictions and cancellations. View Husker undergrad seizes opportunity to study abroad Article
Loukia K. Sarroub

06 Jul 2021    

Loukia K. Sarroub named chair of teaching, learning and teacher education

Loukia K. Sarroub has been named chair of the Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education in the College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, effective July 1. View Loukia K. Sarroub named chair of teaching, learning and teacher education Article
Molly Sambol

14 May 2021    

Omaha native Molly Sambol earns Fulbright to teach in South Korea

Molly Sambol, a recent graduate of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, has been awarded a Fulbright grant to teach English in South Korea. An Omaha native, she was a secondary education major specializing in English language arts. View Omaha native Molly Sambol earns Fulbright to teach in South Korea Article

27 Apr 2021    By Hadi Pir

Hadi Pir honored with Student Luminary Award

Hadi Pir, doctoral student in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education, was one of ten Huskers awarded a Student Luminary Award. View Hadi Pir honored with Student Luminary Award Article
Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders

27 Apr 2021    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Study: Social media discourse significantly drives public’s perception of Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders

A recent Nebraska project analyzed how the use of racially charged terms by government officials and the media has affected Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders since the COVID-19 pandemic began. View Study: Social media discourse significantly drives public’s perception of Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders Article
Virtual panel screenshot.

20 Apr 2021    

Panel explores successes, challenges and possibilities of dual language programs in Nebraska

The current state of dual language programs in Nebraska was the topic of a panel on April 19. The event was hosted by the Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education, and the M3 Initiative at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. View Panel explores successes, challenges and possibilities of dual language programs in Nebraska Article
Fulbright U.S. Student Program

23 Feb 2021    

Two CEHS students named Fulbright semifinalists

Two students in the College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln have been named semifinalists for the 2021-22 Fulbright U.S. Student Program by the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. View Two CEHS students named Fulbright semifinalists Article

20 Jan 2021    By Vanessa Cruz-Altriste

Grad2Grad Program to help Graduates during the Pandemic

TLTE faculty are excited to welcome back UNL bachelor graduate degree recipients into its graduate programs with the new Grad2Grad program.

Grad2Grad is the Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education department’s tuition remission initiative for UNL Graduates from spring 2020 and 2020-2021 academic years.

Residents and non-residents are encouraged to apply as this new program will be in effect the entire time students  take classes, including online classes and classes taken during the summer.

View Grad2Grad Program to help Graduates during the Pandemic Article
The faculty and students in TEAC 431J/831J meet with Nebraska Commissioner of Education Matthew Blomstedt.

10 Dec 2020    By Kelcey Buck

Winter session course explores schools as key pieces to helping meatpacking communities recover after pandemic

The course, “TEAC 431J/831J: Pandemics, Schools, and Helping Meatpacking Communities Recover from COVID-19” may have been created in 2020, but its origins date back much further, and the three faculty members co-teaching the course hope its impacts are equally long-lasting. View Winter session course explores schools as key pieces to helping meatpacking communities recover after pandemic Article

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