Administrators on Campus

October 27, 2016, 9:00 a.m.

Note from Dr. Amber Williams, Director of Admissions & Associate Dean of Enrollment Management

Amber Williams Headshot

As a K-12 educational leader, you are invited to attend a special event at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Administrators on Campus is designed for leaders across the state to discuss issues within K-12 and learn more about how the university is preparing the next generation of alumni. You will connect with other administrators, counselors, and current NEBRASKA students from your school. This event will be a great opportunity to expand your professional development and understand the university’s enhancement to student success.

Please feel free to share this event with others who may find this opportunity beneficial.

Please contact me if you have questions about the event. Chancellor Green and I look forward to hosting you on campus.

Travel Stipend

NEBRASKA has a limited number of stipends to support school districts that may have financial need. Stipends can be up to $200 and are on a first-come, first-served basis. To be considered for this stipend, please apply by filling out the designated section on the registration form.

Highlights of your day will include:

  • An address by new NEBRASKA Chancellor, Dr. Ronnie Green.
  • Opportunities to meet with students from your area that currently attend the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
  • Opportunities to engage K–12 NEBRASKA faculty experts.
  • Learning how the university is retaining and graduating your former students.
  • Lunch & a Keynote Address by Dr. Susan Swearer, Willa Cather Professor of Educational Psychology.
Learn More About Dr. Susan Swearer

Dr. Susan Swearer Willa Cather Professor of Educational Psychology


Susan Swearer Headshot

Dr. Susan Swearer is a national expert in bullying and peer victimization in children, youth, and young adults. Swearer's research interests include bullying prevention and intervention; the comorbidity of psychological disorders in children and adolescents; developmental issues in psychopathology; the relationship between internalizing psychopathology and externalizing behavior; and cognitive-behavioral interventions with youth and their families.

Her current research projects include the development of a cognitive-behavioral intervention for youth who bully others; factors that influence the development of kindness and bravery; using participatory action research to change local norms related to bullying; and other studies that can be found at the Empowerment Initiative.

Swearer’s “Target Bullying Intervention Program” was featured on CBS Sunday Morning in February 2011; she was an invited presenter at the White House Bullying Prevention Conference in March 2011; and she was a panel member at Harvard University for the launch of the Born This Way Foundation, along with Lady Gaga, Oprah, Deepak Chopra and Secretary of HHS Kathleen Sebelieus in February 2012.

In March 2012, Swearer was a featured bullying expert on Anderson Cooper’s daytime show, “Anderson.” From January to March 2013, she toured with Lady Gaga and the Born This Way Foundation on the Born Brave Bus, a youth empowerment experience that has reached over 70,000 participants.


Schedule

Time Activity
8:30 a.m.

Check-in & Continental Breakfast

Check-in opens at 8:30 a.m. in the Nebraska Student Union (1400 R Street). During check-in, enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast.

9:00 a.m.

Welcome to NEBRASKA

Dr. Ronnie Green, Chancellor

9:15 a.m.

Student Success at NEBRASKA

Dr. Amy Goodburn, Associate Vice Chancellor & Interim Dean for Enrollment Management

9:50 a.m.

Your Students at NEBRASKA

Explore the Academic Browsing Fair where you’ll learn more about the different colleges, programs, and majors offered at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Enjoy a hospitality room, and mingle with your current NEBRASKA students.

10:30 a.m.

Professional Development Concurrent Sessions 1

School Leadership: Lessons Learned: Dr. Kent Mann, Former Grand Island Public Schools superintendent, Associate Professor of Practice & Graduate Chair, Education Administration and Dr. John Mackiel, Former Omaha Public Schools Superintendent, Professor of Practice, Education Administration

or

Nebraska Partnership TEAMS: What Does Effective Math and Science Instruction Look Like?: Dr. Ruth Heaton, William, Mary, Mollie & Margaret Gilmartin Professor Teaching, Learning, and Teaching Education

11:20 a.m.

Professional Development Concurrent Sessions

Digital Distraction in the Classroom: Bernard McCoy, Associate Professor, Broadcasting

or

Aligned for Success: Removing Institutional Barriers: Dr. Neeta Kantamneni, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, Dr. Shavonna Holman, Assistant Professor, Educational Administration, Justin Chase Brown, Director of Scholarships & Financial Aid, andDr. Sarah Thomas, Assistant Professor of Practice, Teaching, Learning, & Teacher Education

12:15 p.m.

Lunch & Keynote Speaker

Susan M. Swearer, Ph.D., Willa Cather Professor of Educational Psychology

2:00 p.m.

Optional Campus Tour

Participate in an optional tour of East Campus, City Campus, or Innovation Campus.

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