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DCS Receives 2021 Adult Learner Impact Award | College of Public Affairs and Community Service – Omaha, Nebraska

Omaha, Nebraska 2021-12-01 06:24:46 –

The Adult and Experiential Learning Council (CAEL) awarded UNO the 2021 Adult Learner Impact Award during its annual conference in San Diego, California. This award recognizes institutions and organizations that have provided outstanding programs and services to adult learners.

The University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) has received overwhelming support and was selected as the 2021 Winner from among many quality entries. CAEL appreciates the efforts of the University of Nebraska Omaha, especially the Bachelor’s Degree (BMS) program, and bridges the pre-learning achieved by students with quality learning opportunities to achieve a degree.

CAEL’s non-profit mission was established in 1974 based on the revolutionary principle that adult learners should meet wherever they are and that the experience they reach can produce college-level learning. It has become a national movement that allows adults to navigate lifelong learning and career paths. It promotes social mobility and fair prosperity. Today, CAEL supports the success of adult learners in more than 300 higher education institutions, employers, and government agencies in the United States and abroad.

The annual meeting convenes leaders in the private and public sector, including higher education, government and labor development. Christine Billings, Director of the Continuing Research Division (DCS), received this award on behalf of DCS and UNO.

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