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.
They have exhibited exceptional dedication, scholarship, and accomplishment in their fields of study and are ready to launch new careers—meet a few members of the COE Class of 2018.
Public Health Professor Dr. Sofia Jawed-Wessel was recognized as a 2017 Ten Outstanding Young Omahan (TOYO!) and will be honored during a February awards ceremony.
Forty Omaha-area high school girls joined faculty from the Department of Biomechanics and UNMC during the Perry Outreach Program, an experience where participants learned hands-on medical techniques and engineering skills.
Our students are a clear reflection of our relationships—from the support of our donors to our faculty members—they are continually innovating, persevering, and excelling through the challenges and opportunities they encounter.
Derrick Nero, K-12 Engineering Education Instructor, discusses the importance of STEM education and reaching underrepresented student groups
Sandra Rodríguez-Arroyo, assistant professor of Teacher Education, discusses the importance of readying future educators for teaching English language learners
Danae Dinkel, assistant professor in UNO's School of Health & Kinesiology, discusses her research on girls' physical activity.
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