As Spring semester comes to a close, meet two College of Education Mavericks who are continuing their research with an international adventure.
Congratulations to our recent alumni who graduated this spring with honors!
Ferial Pearson is the recipient of the 2016 Kennedy Center/Stephen Sondheim Inspirational Teacher Award. She started the Secret Kindness Agent Project with students at Ralston High School and has since helped over 30 other communities start kindness projects, wrote a book and started a Facebook Page with the students.
Three graduate Athletic Training students intern for MLB teams. This was the first year UNO students have been awarded the prestigious and competitive opportunity, offered by the Japan Baseball Athletic Trainers Society in conjunction with the Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society.
Beginning the Fall 2016 semester, UNO will offer a Bachelors of Science in Education with an Early Childhood Inclusive focus - bringing together faculty expertise from the Teacher Education Department and Special Education and Communication Disorders Department.
From teacher preparation to community partnerships and from emerging technologies to cutting-edge research, we are committed to advancing the UNO campus priority of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Education. Our efforts provide rich learning experiences for students, faculty, and community partners.