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University Of Nebraska Board Of Regents Policies, Contains Amendments Through April 10, 2015, University Of Nebraska Board Of Regents Apr 2015

University Of Nebraska Board Of Regents Policies, Contains Amendments Through April 10, 2015, University Of Nebraska Board Of Regents

Policies, Acts, and Materials: University of Nebraska Board of Regents

First section:

RP-1.1.1 Direct Responsibilities of the Board Under the constitution and statutes of the State of Nebraska, the Board of Regents has the authority and the responsibility for the general government of the University of Nebraska. It must exercise general supervision over all elements of the University and control and direction of all expenditures and establish the general operating policies of the institution. To assist it in the discharge of its responsibilities, the Board of Regents employs a staff and faculty who have the professional competence to develop and operate the University's programs. The Board delegates ...


Standing Rules Of The Board Of Regents Of The University Of Nebraska, As Adopted July 18, 2014, University Of Nebraska Board Of Regents Jul 2014

Standing Rules Of The Board Of Regents Of The University Of Nebraska, As Adopted July 18, 2014, University Of Nebraska Board Of Regents

Policies, Acts, and Materials: University of Nebraska Board of Regents

SECTION 1. Structure of the Board

SECTION 2. Meetings of the Board

SECTION 3. Agenda for Board Meetings

SECTION 4. Conduct of Board Meetings

SECTION 5. Appearances Before the Board

SECTION 6. Records of the Board

SECTION 7. Waiver of and Amendments to Standing Rules of the Board

SECTION 8. Reference Guide for Board Meetings

SECTION 9. Expenses

SECTION 10. Board Member Requests for Reports


Bylaws Of The Board Of Regents Of The University Of Nebraska, Contains Amendments Through May 30, 2014, University Of Nebraska Board Of Regents May 2014

Bylaws Of The Board Of Regents Of The University Of Nebraska, Contains Amendments Through May 30, 2014, University Of Nebraska Board Of Regents

Policies, Acts, and Materials: University of Nebraska Board of Regents

Excerpt from 1.2 of the University of Nebraska Board of Regents Bylaws (with amendments through May 30, 2014):

1.2 The Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska. The Board of Regents of the University of Nebraska, a body corporate created by the people of Nebraska through the Constitution, has constitutional and statutory power for general supervision over all elements of the University, control and direction of all expenditures, and for general operating policies of the University. The Board of Regents consists of eight elected members, who are elected for six-year terms, and four nonvoting Student Regents, as ...


Strategic Discussions For Nebraska: Opportunities For Nebraska -- Food Scarcity, Mary Garbacz Jan 2012

Strategic Discussions For Nebraska: Opportunities For Nebraska -- Food Scarcity, Mary Garbacz

Faculty Publications: Agricultural Leadership, Education & Communication Department

Strategic Discussions for Nebraska is a program in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources that produces an annual publication called Opportunities for Nebraska, focusing on a different topic each year. The publication is produced in hard copy and also is available online at www.sdn.unl.edu.

The content for each publication is produced by UNL students enrolled in a Magazine Writing course each spring semester, taught by the SDN coordinator. Students conduct interviews with UNL researchers and write stories for inclusion in the publication. The interviews are captured on video and are edited into video ...


Multicultural Education: A Functional Bibliography For Teacher, James Giese Jan 1977

Multicultural Education: A Functional Bibliography For Teacher, James Giese

Publications Archives, 1963-2000

This bibliography has been prepared to accompany In Praise of Diversity: A Resource Book for Multicultural Education, published by Teacher Corps and the Association of Teacher Educators. In Praise of Diversity brings together in concentrated form information about a number of ethnic and racial groups in the United States and discusses basic issues in multicultural education. This bibliography is also being offered for use by teachers in order to recommend wider sources of printed and audio-visual materials.


In Praise Of Diversity: A Resource Book For Multicultural Education, Milton J. Gold, Carl A. Grant Jan 1977

In Praise Of Diversity: A Resource Book For Multicultural Education, Milton J. Gold, Carl A. Grant

Publications Archives, 1963-2000

The unique diversity of our cultural heritage and background is slowly but surely being recognized as a valuable asset for our country, one to be cherished and shared. But the very richness and diversity of our heritage make it difficult for the classroom teacher or the college professor to acquire an understanding of the many groups who have contributed so much to the development of our nation.


In Praise Of Diversity: Multicultural Classroom Applications, Gloria Grant, Floyd T. Waterman Jan 1977

In Praise Of Diversity: Multicultural Classroom Applications, Gloria Grant, Floyd T. Waterman

Publications Archives, 1963-2000

In Praise of Diversity: Multicultural Classroom Applications was written for the classroom teacher who is interested in implementing multicultural education. The book includes 51 activities written in the following subject areas: Social Studies, Language Arts, Science/Math and Art. Included within the activities are two units. A mini-unit on "Understanding Feelings" will assist the student in examining himself/herself and his/her relationships with others; and a unit entitled "Immigration and Migration: Voluntary and Forced" will provide the teacher with an illustrative procedure to incorporate ideas and materials from the Vignettes in the companion document, In Praise of Diversity: A ...


Early Childhood Centers In Metropolitan Omaha, Mildred Hill Oct 1970

Early Childhood Centers In Metropolitan Omaha, Mildred Hill

Publications Archives, 1963-2000

Do we as communities recognize the importance of education--early educational experiences? The number of day care and early childhood educational experiences in the metropolitan area would suggest that as a community, we have miles to go and promises to keep if we are to enlarge upon and foster the potential of each child. Our leadership for the next generation will be the product of today's cradle. Early childhood experiences can contribute immeasurably to the cognitive growth of young children. This city needs to be aware of what experiences are now avail able and to see how it can foster ...


Uno Downtown Education Center, Center For Public Affairs Research (Cpar) Jan 1970

Uno Downtown Education Center, Center For Public Affairs Research (Cpar)

Publications Archives, 1963-2000

In September of 1971 The Regents' Commission on the Urban University of the 70's Report recommended that:

"... the Commission recommends that UNO bring educational opportunities to the people by further expansion and development of instruction in Program Centers away from the main campus ......... "

Since the receipt of that recommendation the University has established permanent and ad hoc program centers remote from the main campus (i.e., Center for Urban Education, Allwine Farm, sculpture lab and continuing studies in the WOW Building, YWCA, New Federal Building) in addition to continuing a search for a major facility in the "Downtown Central ...