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Article - Worths provide 1 million plus estate gift to forever support art programs at Nebraska

A couple who adored the arts and worked at the university for many, many years have left a lasting legacy for Nebraska that will support various art students and faculty members.

Article - Sorrell receives development service award, Whitted volunteer award from foundation

Physicians Michael Sorrell and Peter Whitted are the 2017 recipients of the University of Nebraska Foundation’s two highest awards for service and dedication.

Article - UNO celebrates human rights contributions of Goldstein family

The human rights legacy of Leonard and Shirley Goldstein of Omaha and their family will be forever carried forward at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

Article - Recent grad thanks donors for an invaluable resource

International Quilt Study Center & Museum exposes student to untold stories documented in needlework.

Article - 2 WIN grants aid domestic violence victims, babies in intensive care

Two $85,000 grants from Women Investing in Nebraska help victims of domestic violence and help infants with needed medical assessment and treatment.

Article - What do you want to be when you grow up

What do you want to be when you grow up? Posted: Thu, Oct 5, 2017 Looking back now, he says, it probably was too serious of a talk to have with such a little boy. He was just 5 at the time. His dad was still alive. He was visiting his dad’s room in a bare-bones public hospital near their home in Burkina Faso, a third-world country in West Africa. (The family couldn’t afford a private hospital, so they’d had to...

Article - Community support helps bring new piano to UNO School of Music

Arts patrons came together to gift a unique musical instrument to the university and city.

Article - CNN political reporter Husker alum Zeleny to deliver Hoagland Lecture Oct 5

What was it like to cover a presidential election with such a surprise ending? And how do reporters cover a president who consistently derides their profession?

Article - In memory of two big fans of the band

In memory of two big fans of the band, the Duane W. and Laurine F. Zastrow Marching Band Awards Endowment will provide stipends each year to two outstanding members of the Cornhusker Marching Band.

Article - sahling estates helps even more students

Well known among the University of Nebraska at Kearney community – especially by those in Loper athletics – for his compassion and generous student scholarship donations, Bob Sahling is helping students once again.

Article - Gift to UNMC focuses on helping those who have experienced mental trauma

About 50 percent of Nebraskans report experiencing childhood adversity and trauma. The university is developing a program to train those who can help.

Article - Student finds a way to say thanks and merci beaucoup

Recent UNL graduate who’s on her way to teach English in France says her road through college would have been rougher without support from generous people like the ones she got to meet.

Article - Gift to help first generation low income Huskers

Beginning in 2018, the Trenchard Foundation, established by Husker alumnus Bob Trenchard in memory of his late wife, Barbara, and his late sons, Todd and Trey, will provide scholarships for Nebraska College Preparatory Academy graduates to attend the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Article - Holland Foundation 2 million gift creates endowed presidential chair in early childhood development

Funds will forever support the university’s Buffett Early Childhood Institute and its public outreach and education programs across Nebraska.

Article - Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture program sparked by welding

The Mervin R. Eighmy Foundation provided a gift that helped the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture acquire eight new welders, supplies and technical support for its expanded welding program.

Article - Shes a killer

She’s a killer: Young UNMC cancer researcher part of a team inside the new Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center that’s working to find ways to cure cancer.

Article - What happens when the sun turns off

What happens when the sun ‘turns off’? Professors from different backgrounds share their eclipse expertise with Kearney students and the community.

Article - Its why Ive gotten this far

Google intern credits Raikes School: ‘It’s why I’ve gotten this far.’

Article - New University of Nebraska Lincoln College of Business building to named Howard L Hawks Hall

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s new business building officially has a name: Howard L. Hawks Hall.

Article - Curtis native honors college mentor Glenn Jurgens with memorial scholarship fund

A scholarship honoring the kindness and dedication of a former ag professor will benefit students in Curtis for years to come.

Article - Scholarship honors alumnus and legendary Huskers administrator Fox Bryant and his wife Pedie

Don “Fox” Bryant, who enjoyed a long and notable career in communications and administration with Nebraska athletics, has been honored with a named scholarship fund.

Article - Rhino battle comes to life at Ashfall

New sculptures at Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park allow visitors to stand with an ancient tortoise and experience an epic battle between barrel-bodied rhinos.

Article - Search tower dedicated at Fred and Pamela Buffett Cancer Center

The artwork is the result of a gift made in honor of longtime oncologist and cancer center director, Ken Cowan.

Article - I don't even know how to say thank you enough

Best friends (and new grads) tell university supporters: You’re the best.

Article - Veterinary Diagnostic Center dedication and open house June 9

New Nebraska Veterinary Diagnostic Center is a 65,000-square-foot facility that provides improved laboratory services for veterinarians and livestock owners.

Article - Fred and Pamela Buffett Cancer Center to elevate cancer care in region

The new cancer center will change the lives of individuals with cancer by providing the best in science and clinical practice in one 10-story facility.

Article - Looking back on the ride of his life

What really matters in life? Helping others, says doctor in his final days.

Article - Nebraska announces landmark Firebird ballet collaboration with preeminent American companies and dancers

Performing arts collaboration to feature superstar ballerina Misty Copeland with the American Ballet Theatre of New York and the St. Louis Symphony.

Article - The business and brains of relationships

Kathleen Gallagher, the new Williams Community Chair for Early Childhood Education at UNK, is a national expert in how little kids learn and think.

Article - It was a perfect day

A perfect day to fly: In the exact hour of the dedication of UNO’s Scott Campus, two young pilots lifted by Scott’s generosity take to the sky above campus.

Article - Why Are You Here

Nebraska College Preparatory Academy bolsters promising students in an unfamiliar world.

Article - Big Dreams Big Outcomes

New pharmacy building at UNMC is ‘greatest present,’ student says.

Article - Third Annual WE CAN Cure-a-Thon Begins April 24

Raising Money for Cancer Research and Patient Assistance at the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center, Which Opens June 5

Article - UNMC sets sights on ensuring health care providers are more experienced skilled than ever before

The university blazes the trail in transforming health care education using virtual reality, augmented reality and other cutting-edge technologies.

Article - Walking the path of a living legend

Walking in the path of a living legend: Recipient of the first Marlin Briscoe Athletics Scholarship at UNO shares a surprising connection to pro football’s first black starting quarterback.

Article - Big Dreams Big Outcomes

New pharmacy building at UNMC is ‘greatest present,’ student says.

Article - A Letter of Support for Nebraska Students

Introducing the N Fund, a new way to make a bigger difference for students.

Article - It means a lot to know that somebody has invested in your future

Med student Clayton Damme has never met his donors. But if he ever could, he says, he’d shake their hands and thank them for helping him become a doctor.

Article - Transformational gift supports Lied Centers classical music offerings

Anabeth Hormel Cox of Lincoln announced a major gift to enable Nebraska to host the most accomplished and sought-after musicians in the world.

Article - New law clinic building dedication is March 3

Gifts make new Schmid Clinic Building possible at Nebraska Law

Article - Gettinos creates scholarship for aspiring communicators at UNL

An enjoyable career and rewarding work for this father and daughter, both Nebraska alumni, leads the Gettinos to create a scholarship that helps students who wish to follow a similar career path.

Article - When you can accept death, you can accept life

Dr. Julie Masters, the Terry Haney Chair of Gerontology at UNO, loves her job helping older people – and her young students – understand the issues of aging.

Article - University honors the life of distinguished alumnus Clayton Yeutter

Renowned trade expert Clayton Yeutter was born in Nebraska and served four U.S. presidents in a career spanning several decades.

Article - Honoring the life of Nancy E Armitage

The Nancy Armitage Pancreas Cancer Clinical Research Professorship honors Nancy while forever supporting the university’s efforts in pancreatic cancer clinical research.

Article - A notable quote Thank you donors

Two UNK students pursuing their passion – Early Childhood – feel grateful for the people who support this University of Nebraska priority.

Article - Words of wisdom from a woman with a gift

Words of wisdom from a woman with a gift: UNL journalism grad who has MS finds out over time that her education made all the difference in her own story. That’s why she gives back.

Article - University of Nebraska Foundation appoints Wilhelm as CFO

Wilhelm has returned to Nebraska, where he previously spent more than 25 years.

Article - Doctor reflects on the moon and a river and on the miracle of his life

He says his mother’s words inspired an unlikely path that led him to UNO and UNMC and then to an amazing career.

Article - Construction starts on nursing college and student health center building in Lincoln

The new facility will enable the university to educate and train more nurses in Lincoln and will provide a new center for student health care.

Article - Lyn Holley awarded inaugural Chuck Powell Professorship of Gerontology at UNO

Gift of professorship enables UNO to do even more to improve the well-being of elders.

Article - Pharmacy alumna was in a class all by herself

In a class by herself: Pharmacy alumna, 92, remembers what it was like to be a student during the war.

Article - Learning and development of young children is focus of Whitmer Scholarship at UNL

Scholarship honors alumnus while forever supporting UNL students preparing to help Nebraska’s youngest learners.

Article - NU Foundation awards Yanneys with top volunteer award Morin and Plowman with development service awards

The foundation has announced the 2016 recipients of its highest awards, the Perry W. Branch Award for Distinguished Volunteer Service and the Harlan J. Noddle Award for Distinguished Development Service.

Article - For all it gave him Lincoln doctor gives back to UNMC

Dr. Don Gibbens, a Lincoln OB-GYN, is giving back to his alma mater because of all it gave him and because he wants to make the lives of residents a little easier.

Article - Thank you Thank you

Recent grad thanks donors, UNL for getting her off to such a good start.

Article - The story of a young storyteller

The story of a young storyteller: Journalism student says she’s grateful for UNL, for her scholarships and for all of the people who’ve helped her along the way.

Article - UNO Chancellor Christensen announces retirement

Thank you Chancellor Christensen for your decade of leadership, collaboration, and momentum.

WIN grants help feed children, train rural emergency responders

Women Investing in Nebraska announces the 2016 recipients of two $62,500 grant awards.

Article - Nebraska Food for Health Center to unite strengths in agriculture medicine

Leadership gifts from the Raikes Foundation and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation help launch a new center to bring together Nebraska’s strengths in ag and medicine.

Student groups really made a difference recent grad says

Recent UNL grad says student groups like University Ambassadors “really made a difference” to his University of Nebraska experience.

Article - Prem S Paul

The University of Nebraska Foundation mourns the loss of Prem Paul, who died September 2, 2016.

Article - Alumnus gives 100000 to support early childhood education students at UNO

Students studying to be early childhood educators are the focus of a new scholarship and fellowship created for the University of Nebraska at Omaha College of Education.

Article - Librarys new addition getting lots of love

Library’s new addition getting lots of love: Students feel motivated to gather and study at the new Adele Coryell Hall Learning Commons at UNL.

Article - UNMC celebrates new home for pharmacy education research

The $35 million, state-of-the-art facility will focus on drug discoveries, better preparing future pharmacists.

Article - Cornish Scholarship Helping NU Students for Nearly 80 Years

Recent UNL graduate is proud to be part of the long line of recipients of the Cornish Scholarship – a line that reaches back nearly 80 years.

Article - Richard D Holland

The University of Nebraska Foundation mourns the loss of Dick Holland, who died August 9, 2016.

Article - Success brewing at UNOs new student-run cafe

Success is brewing at UNO’s new student-run café in Mammel Hall.

Remember Chantal

Remembering an accomplished UNL graduate who recently passed away.

Article - Donors like you helped this doctor reach her dream

UNMC’s Dr. Amy Hellman now leads one of just 39 clinics in the nation that are considered “Centers of Excellence” for Huntington’s Disease. “It’s because of the generous support of donors like you that I was able to pursue my dream,” she says.

Article - From royal roots in Japan to humble roots in Nebraska

Proud daughter plants a seed for the future – a CASNR scholarship – in memory of her saintly father

Article - Detective thanks donors for helping students

“I think that’s pretty amazing that you have the power to do something like that,” he tells them

Betti and Dick Robinson create first endowed professorship for early childhood extension at UNL

The gift supports the important work of faculty members who share early childhood education and welfare knowledge to others across Nebraska.

Article - Early childhood welfare focus of new community chair at UNO

The $1 million endowed position is named in honor of Chancellor John Christensen

Article - The queen of her students hearts

The queen of her students’ hearts, Professor Carole Levin, plans to leave a legacy at UNL.

Article - New grad looks forward to giving back to UNO

Student, Ashley Spurlock, gives insight to what she loved most about UNO and why she plans to give back to her school.