Researchers from the Teacher Education Department are partnering with Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium to conduct a study at the new Children’s Adventure Trails exhibit.
Participants at an innovative educational and professional development training hosted by the Midlands Sexual Health Research Collaborative recently explored the concepts of Reproductive Justice.
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.
On Aug. 25, the School of Health and Kinesiology (H&K) welcomed over 50 alumni and their guests to celebrate the official name change from the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER).
It may only be in its second year, but the Human Movement and Variability Conference continues to grow.
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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