Dr. Miriam E. Kuhn
- Special Education & Communication Disorders, Assistant Professor
Dr. Kuhn is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Her primary area of interest is early childhood special education, and she has been involved in research regarding promoting family-professional partnerships to address developmental, social-emotional, and behavioral needs of young children. Dr. Kuhn is a nationally certified school psychologist, and has had experience as a Head Start family educator and a primary grade teacher.
Early Childhood Special Education
Inclusive/Blended Practices in Early Childhood Education
Interventions for young children with challenging behaviors
Effective dosage of early interventions for infants/toddlers with delays and disabilities
Outdoor play of toddlers with delays or disabilities
Dr. Kuhn serves on the Curriculum Committee of the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders. She is a member of the College of Education Academic Standards and Policy Committee and university committee on Technology Resources, Services and Planning. She serves on the UNO Early Childhood/Child Welfare Campus Priority Committee and the newly formed Nebraska University Inter-campus Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education Graduate Specialization Faculty Council. Dr. Kuhn is also a member of the advisory board for Bethlehem Covenant Preschool in her community of Waverly, NE.