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PDK Board of Education Dinner
The UNO community is invited to join Phi Delta Kappa (PDK) and UNO's Department of Educational Leadership for PDK's Annual Board of Education Dinner.
Each year, PDK invites local school board members and district leadership to attend the Annual Board of Education meeting. It is a time to learn together and connect with other leaders across the Omaha metro.
Our original date of January 22, 2020, featuring Dr. Nancy A. Lever: Mental Health in Schools, was canceled due to weather. Online registrations from the January 22 event were automatically rolled forward to the March 31 event. We are also accepting new registrations for March 31. Our agenda will include expanding on the topics introduced by a pre-distributed recorded presentation of Dr. Lever for local application and understanding.
Tuesday, March 31
5:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Milo Bail Student Center
The cost is $35 and includes dinner
Register online at http://bit.ly/BOEJan22
For group registrations or more information contact Dr. Tami Williams from the Department of Educational Leadership: email@example.com.
Dr. Nancy Lever is a clinical psychologist who has dedicated her career to advancing high quality and sustainable school mental health efforts. She has extensive clinical, research, policy, and training experience related to advancing comprehensive school mental health systems and is a recognized leader in the school mental health field. She has led large scale federal and state funded workforce development and mental health training related efforts for interdisciplinary stakeholders, including educators, health and mental health professionals, administrators, advocates, community providers, and policymakers. Dr. Lever is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Co-Director of the National Center for School Mental Health, Executive Director of the University of Maryland School Mental Health Program and Associate Director VA/UMB Psychology Internship Consortium.