College of Education News
Thursday, November 14, 2019
Largest Single Research Grant in UNO History Awarded to Biomechanics
The Department of Biomechanics at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) has received a grant of $10.3 million — the largest single research grant in university history – surpassing its own previous record that lasted five years.
Supporting Our Littlest Learners with Play
Teacher Education alumna and early childhood educator Melany Spiehs is making a big impact on the 110-plus preschoolers at Spring Lake Elementary through projects she developed during her graduate program.
MSHRC Launches Huespring, Receives Equality Fund Grant
The Midlands Sexual Health Research Collaborative (MSHRC) is excited to announce the official launch of Huespring, a leadership development program tailored to LGBTQ+ early career professionals.
Inside the Exercise Physiology Lab
In one of the most innovative research facilities of its type in the U.S., Associate Professor Dr. Dusty Slivka, director of the Exercise Physiology Lab, is preparing students for research careers.
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.
Watch and Listen
Biomechanics featured on NET Television’s "What If..."
UNO Biomechanics featured on the premier episode of NET Television’s new series about Nebraska innovators.
I am the ROI: Carri Collins
Meet a Maverick who is no stranger to education in the Omaha community.
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.