College of Education News
Tuesday, June 25, 2019
College of Education Joins Network to Address National Shortage of Special Education Teachers
Faculty and administrators from UNO’s College of Education selected for Networked Improvement Community to address shortages, lack of diversity.
Fellowship Program Helps Train and Support Future Mental Health Providers
Through a unique fellowship program, UNMC's BHECN provides Department of Counseling graduate students with stipends, experience at specialized internship sites.
Biomechanics featured on NET Television’s "What If..."
UNO Biomechanics featured on the premier episode of NET Television’s new series about Nebraska innovators.
H&K Students Inspired by Soccer and Sports Medicine-Focused Global Service Experience
In March, a group of nine students from the School of Health and Kinesiology (H&K) traveled far beyond the classroom—and the country—for a soccer and sports medicine-focused service learning experience.
UNO Library Science Program Ranked #1 by Best College Reviews
UNO offers the #1 Online Bachelor’s Degree in Library Science, as ranked by Best College Reviews.
Watch and Listen
Omaha Elementary Teachers Bring Biomechanics Into the Classroom With BODYMODELS Project
Omaha-area elementary teachers joined UNO faculty to develop a biomechanics curriculum to implement in their classrooms this fall.
The Maverick Minute: Biomechanics with Dr. Nick
Chancellor Gold welcomes Dr. Nick Stergiou to discuss biomechanics and the upcoming expansion efforts.
Faculty Focus: Sandra Rodríguez-Arroyo
Sandra Rodríguez-Arroyo, assistant professor of Teacher Education, discusses the importance of readying future educators for teaching English language learners
COE in the News
- OWH: COE Distinguished Alumnus Dr. Mark Adler champions #BeKind Day
- Omaha Magazine: COE Distinguished Alumna Stacie Tovar is Omaha’s CrossFit star
- UNMC Newsroom: 90,000 Nebraska students reached through collaborative project called uBEATS
- UNMC Newsroom: Biomechanics partnering with UNMC's health care accelerator program
- OWH: Regents approve $11.6 million privately-funded addition to Biomechanics Research Building