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Phyllis Japp Student Development Fund

Phyllis Japp Student Development Fund

This fund is named for Dr. Phyllis Japp who, after receiving her Ph.D. in our department, was a member of the UNL Communication Studies faculty from 1986-2010. In addition to being an excellent teacher and scholar of rhetoric, Dr. Japp's passion for mentoring students was evident to all who worked with her during her time on the faculty. This fund was established upon Dr. Japp's retirement in 2010. All funds donated to the Phyllis Japp Student Development Fund will go directly to support students with their work, for example, to support student travel to professional meetings, attendance at a conference, or to help with research expenses. Funds for this award will be drawn from the Phyllis Japp Student Development Fund account at the UNL Foundation.


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Joye Fehringer

Joye Fehringer

College of Arts & Sciences
402458-1187 direct
800-432-3216 toll free
joye.fehringer@nufoundation.org
Joye has been with the foundation since 2007. She has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She is passionate about her job because she enjoys bringing friends and alumni together to help advance the College of Arts & Sciences.
Amy Kloefkorn

Amy Kloefkorn

College of Arts & Sciences
402-458-1175 direct
800-432-3216 toll free
amy.kloefkorn@nufoundation.org
Amy joined the foundation in 2014. Her past experiences and skills building community relationships and partnerships with universities and other organizations across Nebraska serve her well here at the foundation.
Victor Martinez

Victor Martinez

College of Arts & Sciences
402-458-1185 direct
800-432-3216 toll free
victor.martinez@nufoundation.org
Victor has been with the foundation since 2013. He has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. He enjoys meeting alumni who have had tremendous experiences at the university. He loves the fact that no matter where he meets alumni – in Lincoln, Omaha or any city on the east coast everyone is still a Cornhusker.