Diplomas were given to 210 graduate and undergraduate students at UNK's summer commencement Friday morning.
Three elementary schools in the Omaha Public Schools district have zero special education teachers, so special education students at those schools are being reassigned elsewhere in the district.
Instructors from the English Language Institute recently worked with Spanish-speaking employees at Eaton to help them improve their English skills and better communicate with coworkers.
Just days after winning a different statewide honor for her family and consumer science teaching, Carol Kreutzer was recognized by fellow Nebraska educators as teacher of the year.
Carol Kreutzer has been recognized by fellow Family and Consumer Sciences teachers (FCCLA) for excellence in teaching.
Eighteen current and former UNK students, along with two students from New York, recently spent two weeks in Bocas del Toro, Panama, where they provided medical care for local residents.
Tennille Allison has been promoted to Kearney High School assistant principal/career technical education director beginning in August.
The decision to move the students during construction aims to reduce the construction time in a safer environment without students present and with the greatest project savings.
Learn about three fascinating historical figures from early Kearney Wednesday at Kearney Public Library.
Nine UNK students attended the national conference, and eight placed inside the top 10 in at least one event.
Joni Weed was a member of Staff Senate, Leadership UNK, the Employee Recognition Committee and Emergency Operations Team during her UNK career. And she enjoyed nearly every moment of it.
Kevin Witte's induction into the UNK Academy signifies his commitment to education and his exemplary efforts in mentoring and guiding emerging educators, according to a Kearney Public Schools press release.
The Making Space for Innovative Thinking Resources project aims to provide new opportunities for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) exploration to 2,739 Kearney Public School students in grades K-5.
The Acklie Charitable Foundation made the gift commitment through the University of Nebraska Foundation as part of its campaign "Only in Nebraska: A Campaign for Our University’s Future."
The program aims to provide free and reduced-price meals to eligible students, ensuring that every child has access to nutritious meals during the school day.
The Kearney Public Schools Transportation Department is busy preparing for its upcoming initiatives for the summer and the 2023-24 school year.
ESU 9’s Title I-C’s Migrant Education Program targets foreign seasonal agricultural workers with economic challenges. The ESU’s main goal is to help migrant children keep up with school work.
UNK has hosted the Super GenCyber Girls Camp since 2019. There’s another camp next week for current and future teachers who want to learn more about STEM and cybersecurity instruction.
OPS is close to finishing an 18-month-long project that plans for the future of all 108 of its buildings. The plan amounts to a projected $2.29 billion in projects.
Kaye Sorensen is a proud first-generation Loper. She came to the University of Nebraska at Kearney as an undergraduate student and loved the community so much that she never left.
UNK senior Karina Boatright will attend a weeklong session at the Pilchuck Glass School in late July. She’s the first Loper selected to study there through a new partnership program.
Susan Jensen recently retired after 26 years with the university.
The error was corrected as soon as it was discovered, a spokeswoman with the secretary of state's office said, and new petitions were provided to Support Our Schools Nebraska.
"There is an opportunity to do something really special," said Rodney Bennett, "and there is a group of people who want to be involved in creating what that something is."
More than 2.5 million youth in the United States have severe depression, according to conference officials. Sixty percent of those students do not receive any mental health treatment.