College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences News
Sunday, January 17, 2021
Math and Service Learning Collide Through Research, Course Funded by NSF Grant
Students will solve real-world problems for nonprofit organizations in the Omaha community while exploring data analysis and visualization through an innovative new course funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Novel Antioxidant Seen as an Effective Strategy for Peripheral Artery Disease
Researchers within the School of Health and Kinesiology have found that a novel antioxidant can provide a number of health benefits for individuals with peripheral artery disease.
Adams Recognized as AMHCA Emerging Professional of the Year
The American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA) recognized Charmayne Adams, Ph.D., LIMHP, with the Emerging Professional Award.
Teacher Education Wins System-Wide Teaching Award
The UDTA is the NU system's most prestigious honor for departmental excellence in teaching, recognizing departments or units within the university that have made unique and significant contributions to the University of Nebraska.
Huespring: Opening Doors, Building Communities for Queer Leaders in Nebraska
Launched in October 2019 by UNO professors and students, Huespring is tackling statewide brain drain by building powerful communities of support - and leadership - among LGBTQ professionals in Nebraska.
Watch and Listen
Biomechanics featured on NET Television’s "What If..."
UNO Biomechanics featured on the premier episode of NET Television’s new series about Nebraska innovators.
Access the Experts: Nancy Edick
In this installment, Edick answers: “What should parents be doing right now to make sure children are supported during a school year with so much uncertainty and change?”
Lincoln Librarian, UNO Alum, Featured on TODAY Show
TODAY Show anchor Hoda Kotb profiled a Maverick alum who has launched her own children's TV series from her basement.