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

02 Nov 2020    

Lauren Gatti named 2020 Donald R. and Mary Lee Swanson Award recipient

The College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln is proud to award the 2020 Donald R. and Mary Lee Swanson Award for Excellence in Teaching to Lauren Gatti, associate professor in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education. View Lauren Gatti named 2020 Donald R. and Mary Lee Swanson Award recipient Article

29 May 2020    By Deann Gayman | University Communication

Ingenuity carries Morales through remote teaching

In Amanda Morales’ Multicultural Education and Teaching in a Pluralistic Society courses, life suddenly mirrored the lessons she wanted to impart on her students. View Ingenuity carries Morales through remote teaching Article
Evan Thornton-Kolbe

08 May 2020    By Haley Apel

Education grad selected for prestigious teaching fellowship

Evan Thornton-Kolbe has been awarded a Knowles Science and Mathematics Teaching Fellowship for early-career high school math and science teachers. View Education grad selected for prestigious teaching fellowship Article
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07 May 2020    

Two CEHS students earn Fulbright awards

Two College of Education and Human Sciences students have been chosen as Fulbright recipients for the 2020-21 academic year. View Two CEHS students earn Fulbright awards Article

18 Sep 2019    

2019 Service Award recipients

2019 Service Award Recipients

# Years

Unit

Eric C Einspahr

10

CEHS

Mary C Sutton

25

CEHS

Dipti A Dev

5

CYAF

View 2019 Service Award recipients Article

20 Jun 2019    

Teachers Scholars Academy

Forty recent high-school graduates have been selected to join the Teachers Scholars Academy at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln this upcoming fall semester. The academy was created in order to grow the teaching workforce in the state of Nebraska and address the future teacher shortage. These students will mark the inaugural cohort of the academy thanks to a generous donation from the William and Ruth Scott Family Foundation.

View Teachers Scholars Academy Article

18 Apr 2019    

College of Education and Human Sciences Award Reception

One of the values CEHS espouses is dedication to excellence. Another is valuing community. On April 12 CEHS faculty/staff gathered at the Sheldon Museum of Art to salute this year's faculty, staff, and student award recipients in CEHS. Each one is an example of excellence in teaching, research, creative work, engagement, mentoring as well as dedication to supporting the CEHS mission.

Staff Award
Jim Benes-SSC
Ben Lennander-CEHS Business Team

Outstanding Teaching Award
Jennifer Johnson Jorgensen-TMFD
Deryl Hatch-EDAD
Natalie Williams-CYAF

View College of Education and Human Sciences Award Reception Article

26 Oct 2018    By Tiffany Lee | Research and Economic Development

Trainin and Nugent join Husker team to strengthen Nebraska’s K-8 computer science curriculum

Everyone’s heard of “three R’s” of education: reading, ’riting and ’rithmetic.

The phrase was coined in the 19th century to describe the subjects foundational to public schooling, and many still consider them the mainstays of education. But University of Nebraska–Lincoln researcher Leen-Kiat Sohsays it’s time to add another discipline to the list: computer science.

View Trainin and Nugent join Husker team to strengthen Nebraska’s K-8 computer science curriculum Article

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