Carolyn Pope Edwards Hall west exterior with sculpture near entrance; Sasaki/Sinclair Hille, Jeremy Bittermann (photographer)

27 Mar 2024    By Kelcey Buck

CEHS recognizing 234 students at Teacher Education Convocation April 5

Two ceremonies to recognize 234 Husker undergraduate students who have been officially admitted to teacher education programs during the 2023-24 academic year will be held April 5 at Carolyn Pope Edwards Hall.

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Maddy Stolcpart professional portrait with brick background

15 Mar 2024    

Meet a Husker: Maddy Stolcpart

Meet Maddy Stolcpart, a junior from Firth, Nebraska, who is majoring in elementary education with a minor in music.

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gray background with headshots of Ajai Ammachathram and Tricia Gray on top layer

14 Mar 2024    

Ammachathram, Gray receive Family and Friends Recognition Awards

Ajai Ammachathram and Tricia Gray, faculty members in the College of Education and Human Sciences, were among the 20 University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty and staff from across campus selected for the Family & Friends Recognition Awards.

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Jillian Harpster smiles for a photo on the walkway above the living room in Carolyn Pope Edwards Hall

12 Mar 2024    By Chuck Green, CYFS

Project provides Huskers with hands-on teaching experience in diverse classrooms

A current project is helping middle school educators broaden their practical experiences while providing middle school students opportunities to interact with students from the University of Nebraska.

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Devin Shaughnessy, an elementary and special education major, helps Max Petersen build words during a tutoring session at the Schmoker Reading Center

01 Mar 2024    By Kelcey Buck

‘Hidden gem’ Schmoker Reading Center helps children overcome reading difficulties

For more than 15 years, the Kit and Dick Schmoker Reading Center has helped children in the community who are struggling with reading through one-on-one tutoring provided by Husker undergraduate and graduate students under the direction of University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty and certified teachers.

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Hope Belcastro sits smiling in a wooden stairway

26 Feb 2024    

Meet a Husker: Hope Belcastro

Meet Hope Belcastro, a sophomore from Omaha, Nebraska, majoring in secondary English education.

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Associate professor Amanda Morales speaks to students during the 2023 YPAR Summit

21 Feb 2024    By Kelcey Buck

New grant project to provide training, ongoing support for teachers of diverse backgrounds

Diversifying and increasing the number of individuals becoming and remaining teachers in Nebraska and Kansas is the focus of a new three-year project that leverages the strengths of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s College of Education and Human Sciences and Kansas State University’s Center for Intercultural and Multilingual Advocacy.

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Deepika Menon, leads the RISE Project, a newly-funded Noyce Track 4 research project, to improve integrated STEM instruction in elementary classrooms.

20 Feb 2024    By Research and Economic Development

Project aims to improve STEM teaching

Preparing kids for a fast-paced, technology-focused future starts in elementary school. Yet many teachers are ill-prepared to teach science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is one of four collaborating universities leading a national, multi-institutional effort to improve novice elementary educators’ ability and confidence to teach these fields, known as STEM.

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Azcia Fleming smiles for a photo in Carolyn Pope Edwards Hall on the walkway over the living room

08 Feb 2024    By Matthew Strasburger, University Communication and Marketing

Belmont Community Center forges experience, connections for Fleming

As an aspiring teacher, joining the staff at the Belmont Community Center was a great way for Azcia Fleming, a senior secondary education major from Lincoln, to gain some practical experience working with kids while also reconnecting with an organization that made an impact on her past.

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Fall 2023 CEHS Dean's List Announced! Image of east side of Carolyn Pope Edwards Hall at night

26 Jan 2024    

993 Huskers named to Fall 2023 CEHS Dean's List

993 students in the College of Education and Human Sciences have been named to the Dean’s List for the Fall semester of the 2023-24 academic year.

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