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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.

Article - Celebrating Eighty Years of Purpose with universitywide service day June third

We’re celebrating 80 years of service to the university with a day of service on each campus.

Article - A healthy collaboration

A healthy collaboration: UNMC and UNK help students positively impact rural health care.

Article - Making it happen

Making it happen: Collaboration at the heart of UNL’s maker space.

Article - 82-foot lighted glass tower to serve as cancer center cornerstone

82-foot lighted glass tower to serve as cancer center ‘cornerstone’ Posted: Thu, May 19, 2016 Omaha, Neb – An 82-foot lighted glass tower designed by Omaha artist Jun Kaneko will be constructed in front of the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center on the campus of the University of Nebraska Medical Center and its clinical partner, Nebraska Medicine. The tower, which is made possible with a...

Article - James Arthur Vineyards announces student award for medieval and renaissance studies at UNL

The fund provides awards to students to help with costs related to travel, research or other academic activities.

Article - Summer events sustain speech and language services for children

Sign up for these Scottish Rite fun events to help support children affected by speech and language disorders.

Article - Alumnus Ron Lockard establishes computer science and engineering scholarship at UNL

The scholarship provides awards to undergraduate and graduate students who plan to enter a career field the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects will increase more than 20 percent by 2022.

Article - May 26 a day to make good things happen in Lincoln

Give to Lincoln Day provides focus to the importance of community giving.

Article - Gilg family establishes allied health professorship at UNMC

Daughter names professorship in honor of her parents and former Holt County residents, Clarence and Nelle Gilg.

Article - Author Willa Cathers nephew leaves 5 8 million to UNL

Charles Cather made the bequest to support the university’s leading initiatives focused on his aunt’s literary works and life.

Article - Second Annual WE CAN Cure a Thon Begins April 28

Taking a hard line against cancer. That’s the mission of a continuing alliance between The Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center and NRG Media. It’s also the focus of a fundraising effort set to begin this week, called “WE CAN.”

Article - With 250K gift Sahlings help more students who eye a UNK education

John and Sonia want to help even more students attend UNK, especially first-generation college students.

Article - CME Group Foundation grants 500000 for new UNL symposium

International trade and finance is the focus of the new, biennial CME Group Foundation Symposium.

Article - UNK focuses on community college transfer students with new scholarship program

Gifts of $1,000 to the Loper Advantage Scholarship Fund will be matched, doubling the donor’s gift.

Article - Ronnie Green named next UNL chancellor

NU President Hank Bounds announced today that following a national search he has named Ronnie D. Green the next chancellor of UNL.

Article - Confidence STEMS from hands on learning

UNO students see the excitement for STEM areas growing on campus, thanks to community chairs.

Article - Mississippi Mud BBQ and Michael Jordan

Mississippi Mud, BBQ and Michael Jordan: Students learn a lot about NU’s new president, Hank Bounds

Article - Engelmann awarded first Hubbard STEM learning instructorship at UNO

The Hubbard Instructorship supports the university’s efforts to expand STEM education programs by using the Glacier Creek Preserve.

Article - I want to learn to help wounded veterans

UNO helping ex-Army bomb squad technician reach his goal of giving back.

Article - Mrs Elaine Spire Thank You

UNO senior wants donor to know that he will try to live up to the standard set by her late husband, the great Robert Spire.

Article - A great mans journey Trip home reminds Yeutter of his great Nebraska roots

A great man’s journey: Trip home to Eustis reminds Clayton Yeutter of his great Nebraska roots.

Article - A classroom a hemisphere away

Two UNO students who studied abroad get to thank donor in person, and it’s ‘way cool.’

Article - Science agriculture literacy focus of 100000 gift from Farm Credit Services of America to UNL

Farm Credit Services of America has made the gift to help more Nebraska students of all ages have an understanding of science and agriculture.

Article - Adele Hall Learning Commons offers hightech space for UNL students

A newly completed $10 million space at UNL where students can gather and collaborate 24 hours a day opened Jan. 11 and will be named in honor of alumna Adele Coryell Hall.

Article - Three hundred reasons for giving back

UNK donor says a gift from two professors back in the day “was really a miracle” to him.

Article - David A Bush family establishes memorial fund for study abroad

The fund will support education abroad experiences for students at his alma mater, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Article - Tammy Kielian has personal reason to research Juvenile Batten disease

Tammy Kielian, professor of pathology and microbiology, took on the search for a treatment for Juvenile Batten disease when her niece was diagnosed with the rare, fatal disorder.

Article - Prostate cancer focus of 5 million Korff estate gift to UNMC

The gift will help provide the best possible treatment for prostate cancer and further research into one of the most common cancers among men.

Article - Scotts latest donation takes aim at inflammatory bowel disease

The gift from Ruth and Bill Scott of Omaha will help Nebraska become one of the top places in the country for treatment and research of inflammatory bowel disease.

Article - UNO means the world to a man whos seen the world

Air Force veteran who’s seen the world now giving back to a place that’s meant the world to him.

Article - 20 million gift will establish Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts at UNL

‘This gift and what it seeks to build upon within higher education will absolutely make a difference in how students today and in the future learn about media and how they master modern trends and advances.’

Article - Husker tailgate leads to an unexpected connection

Husker tailgate in Chicago leads to an unexpected connection when two CEHS alumni realize they have something – someone – in common.

Article - Artist Dale Chihuly to create art for the Fred and Pamela Buffett Cancer Center

The Chihuly Sanctuary, gifted by Suzanne and Walter Scott, will be a cornerstone of the Healing Arts Program.

Article - Eldercare and math education programs win grants from Women Investing in Nebraska

Eldercare and math education programs win grants from Women Investing in Nebraska.

Article - Donors give 212 million to the University of Nebraska

The University of Nebraska Foundation announced that alumni and friends gave $212.7 million in gifts and pledges to support the University of Nebraska making it the third best year for private donations.

Article - A scholarship in memory of a great man her greatgrandfather

California woman visits Nebraska for the first time to learn more about her noted ancestor, who was a dean of UNL’s business college and an adviser to President Truman. In his name, she endows a fund in the College of Arts & Sciences – the “John Davidson Clark Courage and Commitment Fund.”

Article - Kenneth Cowan and Nancy Keegan receive University of Nebraska Foundation tributes

Kenneth Cowan and Nancy Keegan are the 2015 recipients of the University of Nebraska Foundation’s annual awards for contributions made to university development and volunteer service.

Article - Harley Bergmeyer

The foundation mourns the loss of the former chairman of its board of directors, Harley Bergmeyer.

Article - Our Students Our Future initiative to raise 200 million in support of NU students

Increased access and success for current and future students is the focus of a two-year, $200 million fundraising initiative announced Sep. 24.

Article - Gift helps UNK students make meals for those in need

The Barbara L. Johnson Endowment for Student Community Services provides annual support for UNK’s Campus Kitchen and its mission to feed in-need community members.

Article - Brian and Carey Hamilton give provide lead gift for UNK locker room project

“In order for UNK to be successful with a new dynamic football coach, you also need great facilities,” Brian Hamilton said.

Article - Student scholarship forever honors John Hlavacek and family

John Hlavacek, who spent the second half of his life in Omaha as a journalist, a city councilman, a travel agent and an author is said to have fallen in love with Omaha.

Article - Gift to help take opera to all corners of the state

The James C. and Rhonda Seacrest Tour Nebraska Opera Fund will give the opera program at the Glenn Korff School of Music the chance to tour Nebraska and conduct opera outreach events statewide.

Article - Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska creates scholarship for students at UNK preparing for service in rural health care

The company has made a gift to create an endowed fund to forever support high school graduates from rural counties in Nebraska.

Article - Unlikely friendship grows over the years leading to fruitful harvest

UNL alumnus realizes, in that end, that planting seeds of kindness can change people’s lives.

Article - Here is a noteworthy alumna you probably do not know Ruth Wilcox MD

Ruth E. Wilcox, M.D., recalls her long career – and her med school ‘fellows’ who made all the difference.

Article - 4 million private fundraising goal met for Health Science Education Complex at UNK

The new academic facility is a collaboration of the University of Nebraska Medical Center and University of Nebraska at Kearney to meet growing demand for primary and rural health care.

Article - A gift for his father the filmmaker

Bob Chenoweth, a retired Hollywood producer, finds a perfect way to make amends with his ‘ornery’ dad, who was Omaha’s first filmmaker.

Article - Howard Wiegers honored for 100 years dedication to natural resources

To honor Howard’s 100th birthday and commitment to students and natural resources, the Howard Wiegers Student Travel Support Fund has been created in his honor.

Article - First professorship of orthodontics created at UNMC College of Dentistry

Class of ’52 UNL alumna and widow of former Husker basketball player Dr. Henry Cech, who was a longtime Lincoln orthodontist and a College of Dentistry alumnus, creates the first professorship of orthodontics at UNMC.

Article - First Haddix Community Chair of Science creating strong bonds with Omaha and its young people

Dr. Christine Cutucache, UNO’s first Haddix Community Chair of Science, learned to love STEM subjects through hands-on experiences.

Article - In memory of her son Kearney woman plants seeds for the future

A Kearney woman feels blessed that the scholarship she and her husband created – in memory of their oncologist son – is helping UNK students go on to med school at UNMC.

Article - University of Nebraska State Museum announces fundraising lead gifts for major new Cherish Nebraska exhibits

Visitors to the University of Nebraska State Museum will soon be able to experience Nebraska and natural history in entirely new ways because of $11.4 million fourth floor redevelopment.

Article - Scholarships helping CEHS student do great things in the world

Future teacher Megan Gronewold says time in Peru taught her a lot about education – and herself.

Article - Indianapolis couple continuing their parents legacies

UNL alumni Sue and Dick Tempero feel proud of their family’s deep roots in Nebraska, and proud to be giving back to help students.

Article - Small-town student finds a community that cares at UNL

New grad Anna Schott says her years in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications has prepared her well for the real world.

Article - First-generation UNO student grateful for Spire Scholarship

UNO student has a history of helping others in the community. He also knows what it’s like to receive the help he needs to get through school.

Article - Clifton Foundation Gallup donate 30 Million to UNL for Don Clifton Strengths Institute

The gift will establish an institute to further the mission of the late Donald O. Clifton through a long-term partnership with the UNL College of Business Administration.

Article - Gift from Colorado ranching couple blazing the trail for IANR students

Nebraska natives Bill and Sandra Condon of Sterling, Colo., recently endowed major full-ride scholarships for upperclassmen in UNL’s Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources. The William and Sandra Condon Endowed Scholarship for Agriculture Studies.

Article - Support UNO and UNMC through Omaha Gives

On May 20, join the Omaha community in Omaha Gives! — a 24-hour charitable challenge to benefit the community’s nonprofits.

Article - Heres why he cant stop smiling

UNO social work student says scholarship has opened doors – and opened his eyes to career opportunities.

Article - UNMC and Nebraska Medicine aim to help Nepal

The earthquake near Kathmandu that toppled temples and triggered an avalanche on Mount Everest has killed more than 5,000 people and left up to 1.4 million people in the affected area without shelter, food, water and medical assistance.

Article - Scholarships make a world of difference says student who now speaks Spanish

“When I started my undergraduate degree in 2007, I had three siblings also at UNL,” Teresa Lostroh told a crowd of about 100 University of Nebraska donors the other day in Lincoln at the annual Burnett Society Lunch. “It wasn’t the best time for farming, which is what my dad does, yet my parents were committed to putting their children – all six of us – through college".

Article - Student heading to medical school thanks donors for their help

As he looks back on his undergraduate years, UNL senior Ethan Monhollon now sees how scholarships gave him the time he needed to reach for his goal of medical school.

Article - Cooper Foundation helps launch Nebraska makerspace

A one-of-a-kind place for all kinds of makers will let students, faculty members and the community design, prototype, create and learn.

Article - Doc Stevenson leaves legacy gift to UNK

The estate of the late B.M. “Doc” Stevenson has bequeathed $2.75 million to UNK, much of the gift forever providing student scholarship aid.

Article - Together, WE CAN

No one should have to battle cancer alone.

Through the WE CAN Cure-a-thon on April 9 and 10, become a WE CAN PARTNER by making a $20 contribution each month, starting today. Bring hope for cancer patients, right here in Nebraska.

Article - A Portrait of Philanthropy Ron and Connie Brasel

Ron and Connie Brasel of Omaha say they got hooked on UNO hockey years ago after getting to know the coaches and players. They saw the shoestring budget in those early days, and decided to help. It’s been a fun ride, they say, to see how far the Mavs have come.

Article - Here she comes with her memoir Kalamity Kate

Local TV pioneer Leta Powell Drake, a UNL alumna, feels good to be giving back with scholarship money – and many untold stories.