Mr. Jonathan Skeen Scherling
- Special Education & Communication Disorders, Lecturer
Jonathan Scherling received his Bachelor of Arts from Gallaudet University in American Sign Language and Deaf Studies and Masters from University of Nebraska at Omaha in Public Administration. He has been teaching ASL/Deaf Culture at the University of Nebraska at Omaha for the past thirteen years. Scherling’s research interest includes regional signs in Nebraska and Deaf seniors in health care. He loves being able to contribute to the community through volunteering for several organizations in Nebraska/Iowa, which helps him develop a strong sense of collaboration. He is executive director of the Nebraska Deaf Heritage Museum and Cultural Center. In his spare time he enjoys traveling, camping, exercising, and playing sports.
American Sign Language I, II, III, IV, and V
Regional signs in NebraskaCo-faculty advisor-Allies for Sign LanguageBilingual EducationUrban Studies
Executive Director, Nebraska Deaf Heritage Museum and Cultural CenterBoard Member, Nebraska Commission for the Deaf and Hard of HearingBoard Member, Iowa School for the Deaf (ISD) Foundation