Knoll Residential Center at UNL

25 May 2023    

CEHS graduates earn Honors Program awards

Six graduating seniors from the College of Education and Human Sciences earned awards from the University Honors Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The students were selected from among the more than 300 Honors graduates during the 2022-23 academic year.

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Mackayla Kelsey portrait over campus photo with red overlay

23 May 2023    

TLTE doctoral student Mackayla Kelsey selected for Digital Humanities Summer Fellowship

Mackayla Kelsey, a doctoral student in educational studies specializing in innovative learning technologies, was one of four Husker graduate students selected for the 2023 Digital Humanities Summer Fellowship program, as announced by the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities.

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color portrait of Dwight Miller on red campus background

18 May 2023    By Undergraduate Research and Fellowships

TLTE master’s candidate Dwight Miller earns Fulbright award

Dwight Miller, a master’s candidate in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Department of Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education, has earned a 2023-24 Fulbright U.S. Student Program award to teach English in Nepal.

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Two students walk near the Meier Commons on UNL's City Campus.

18 May 2023    

23 CEHS students graduate from University Honors Program

Twenty-three students from the College of Education and Human Sciences are among the 264 graduating seniors who have completed the requirements of the University Honors Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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Peace Corps Prep students Kenzie Steiner and Katie Schmitz paint a mural during a group volunteer opportunity at the LUX Center for the Arts in May 2022.

18 May 2023    

Two CEHS students earn Peace Corps Prep certificate

AJ Pugh and Kenzie Steiner, both students in the College of Education and Human Sciences, were two of the eight students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln who earned a certificate from the Peace Corps for successfully completing the Peace Corps Prep program.

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16 May 2023    

Nine CEHS students named Chancellor’s Scholars

Nine students from the College of Education and Human Sciences will be recognized as Chancellor’s Scholars during the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s undergraduate commencement ceremony May 20 at Memorial Stadium.

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Morgan Twiss high fives a student in her classroom at Elliott Elementary.

16 May 2023    By Deann Gayman - University Communication

First Teacher Scholars Academy cohort to earn degrees

In commencement exercises May 20, degrees will be conferred to 203 new teachers, and among them are the members of the first cohort of the Teacher Scholars Academy.

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Morgan Twiss holds her mortar board while surrounded by 12 students in a classroom setting.

16 May 2023    By Deann Gayman - University Communication

Twiss finds community, growth as part of Teacher Scholars Academy

Morgan Twiss remembers nearly always wanting to be a teacher, and after she graduates May 20 as a member of the inaugural cohort of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Teacher Scholars Academy, she’ll begin her career at Elliott Elementary in Lincoln, where she’ll teach second grade.

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Jordan Brandt smiles and walks through rows of students sitting at desks in a classroom.

17 Apr 2023    

On Campus: Teacher Scholars Academy

Through the Teacher Scholars Academy's hands-on education opportunities, networking and mentorship, future teachers like Jordan Brandt are preparing to make an impact on students in the state and to be the backbone of school transformation.

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Two red ribbon banners hanging outdoors near green, leafy trees. One has an N on it and the other says Go Big Red.

10 Apr 2023    

CEHS students inducted as Innocents Society, Mortar Board members for 2023-24

Four students from the College of Education and Human Sciences have been inducted into the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Innocents Society and the Black Masque chapter of Mortar Board for 2023 - 24.

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