2019 News Release Archive
CADRE Project Receives National Recognition for Promoting Public School Teacher QualityNovember 08, 2019
The CADRE Project recently received national recognition from the Council of the Great City Schools (CGCS).
MSHRC Launches Huespring, Receives Equality Fund GrantOctober 14, 2019
The Midlands Sexual Health Research Collaborative (MSHRC) is excited to announce the official launch of Huespring, a leadership development program tailored to LGBTQ+ early career professionals.
Supporting Our Littlest Learners with PlayOctober 09, 2019
Teacher Education alumna and early childhood educator Melany Spiehs is making a big impact on the 110-plus preschoolers at Spring Lake Elementary through projects she developed during her graduate program.
Biomechanics and IS&T Collaborate on ResearchOctober 07, 2019
A recent research retreat event connected faculty from the Department of Biomechanics and the College of Information Science and Technology (IS&T) in hopes of creating more research collaborations.
Biomechanics to Host Workshop for High SchoolersSeptember 09, 2019
On Saturday, Nov. 9, faculty from UNO and UNMC are bringing high schoolers from around the region to UNO's Biomechanics Research Building to participate in the Perry Outreach Program.
Inside the Exercise Physiology LabJune 14, 2019
In one of the most innovative research facilities of its type in the U.S., Associate Professor Dr. Dusty Slivka, director of the Exercise Physiology Lab, is preparing students for research careers.
Dual Enrollment Creates a Strong Pathway for Aspiring TeachersJune 14, 2019
Career-focused Dual Enrollment Model strengthens student-to-teacher pipeline, addresses a lack of diversity in the field.
College of Education Alumni Honored with Education AwardsJune 04, 2019
This spring, eleven College of Education graduates were recognized by area school districts with awards for exemplary teaching.
CEHHS Joins Network to Address National Shortage of Special Education TeachersMay 23, 2019
Faculty and administrators from UNO’s College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences selected for Networked Improvement Community to address shortages, lack of diversity.
Biomechanics featured on NET Television’s "What If..."May 15, 2019
UNO Biomechanics featured on the premier episode of NET Television’s new series about Nebraska innovators.
Fellowship Program Helps Train and Support Future Mental Health ProvidersMarch 01, 2019
Through a unique fellowship program, UNMC's BHECN provides Department of Counseling graduate students with stipends, experience at specialized internship sites.
Early Childhood Inclusive Major Prepares Aspiring EducatorsJanuary 15, 2019
A new degree program in the College of Education is growing the field, providing high-quality skills to Omaha’s early childhood workforce.