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Article - New cancer buildings to be named for CL Werner Suzanne and Walter Scott

Major donors to the project were announced at UNMC groundbreaking.

Article - 13 million gift celebrated by UNK music department

The University of Nebraska at Kearney Department of Music and Performing Arts has received a $1.3 million gift from an anonymous donor to bolster student scholarships, faculty support and more.

Article - Allies Assemble - Alumni

The School of Allied Health Professions will host the first all-school reunion on July 19-20, 2013.

Article - Med Centers largest project to be named the Fred and Pamela Buffett Cancer Center

Cancer center project in midtown Omaha has a name: the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center.

Article - UNKs bad storm damage brings out good in people

The phone call came at 3:30 a.m. with the shocking news...

Article - UNO to make perfect pitch for soccer

In the United States, the word pitch often is associated with America’s favorite pastime, baseball.

But in many other countries, “pitch” refers to the surface where soccer – the world’s most popular sport – is played.

Article - Quilt House receives gift for expansion endowment

The thousands of guests from around the world who visit Quilt House now look forward to seeing even more inside thanks to planned expansion.

Article - Winning UNL whizkids have an app for that

UNL Raikes School students Neema Bahramzad, Alec Johnston, Chris Johnson, Clay Upton and Derek Guenther – “Team Stock Bros” – sit around a table, staring at a computer screen as they wait for word on who’s won the TradeKing national app-development contest.

Article - Gift enables professor to discuss the evil that men do

Welcome to a normal day in History 4720 at UNO – Professor Waitman Beorn’s “History of the Holocaust.”

Article - See how much Campaign for Nebraska has changed UNK

Your gifts to UNK make a tremendous difference supporting all areas from student scholarship funds to campus improvements.

Article - Hoagland Lecture brings Obama campaign chief top political reporter to Nebraska

A lecture series made possible with private contributions will bring Obama campaign manager Jim Messina and leading political news correspondent Jeff Zeleny to Lincoln.

Article - Major gifts advance CBA building initiative, architects approved

Plans for a new state-of-the-art College of Business Administration building at UNL have taken another step forward with major gift support and selection of project architects.

Article - Generous donor picks Lincoln over London

Article - Award-winning journalism student finds opportunities here not found elsewhere

What’s it like to be a Husker walk-on? What’s it like to be a Vietnam vet struggling with PTSD, who finally finds some peace through yoga?

Article - Learning how to walk away from the walking dead

Are you prepared for a zombie apocalypse?

Do you have enough water and food? Do you have a way to stay warm if it’s winter and zombies keep you from your home? Do you have a way to communicate that doesn’t rely on your iPhone (if they knock out the power grid)?

Article - Private gifts help those who help us

UNMC trains more health professionals practicing in Nebraska than any other institution. These future physicians, nurses, dentists and pharmacists are learning from experts in medical research and patient care.

Article - Its true Grit important to childhood education success

Sam Meisels, Ed.D., spoke to University of Nebraska alumni and supporters recently in Scottsdale, Ariz., about what keeps many kids from reaching their potential.

Article - Zombies zombies everywhere

If you’re not prepared for a zombie apocalypse then you’re probably not prepared for other, much-more-likely disasters.

Article - New center helping UNO athletes to play smart

The Hamilton Academic Excellence Center officially opened earlier this year inside Sapp Fieldhouse.

Article - Seeing the world through a viewfinder changes students point of view

Photographer Anna Reed is a journalism student at UNL. She’s traveled to Kyrgyzstan, India, Costa Rica and Brazil all possible through scholarships.

Article - Positive professor teaches students to have positive impact

Professor Younes has left a lasting impression on many students. Ten years after learning from Younes, two of her students recall stories from the classroom as if it were yesterday.

Article - Bravo to UNL Friends of Opera for support of new professorship

Leading opera professionals from around the world will be invited to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln because of a newly funded visiting professorship.

Article - For Koch family this Super Bowl will be more than just love of the game

Article - Generous couple helped Omaha grow great

The Dr. C.C. and Mabel L. Criss Memorial Foundation.

Article - Cabelas announces gift to UNL and expands Tech Park presence

World’s Foremost Bank, a subsidiary of Cabela’s Incorporated (NYSE: CAB) and the issuer of Cabela’s CLUB Visa credit card, announced today plans to expand its Lincoln, Neb., facilities and commit $1 million toward an educational endowment fund to benefit University of Nebraska-Lincoln students.

Article - All night dance turns into longtime gift for UNL students

The summer sun already was rising when Bill March finally drove his date home.

Article - Married best friends feel its good to give

On graduation day, they kissed in caps and gowns in front of Love Library.

Article - Parents who gave receive from children

Article - Gift something to sing about

Alumnus Tom Olson surprised his wife, Cynthia, by creating the Cynthia Olson Vocal Music Education Doctoral Fellowship at UNL.

Article - Nebraska Broadcasters Association upgrades UNLs news equipment

Students studying broadcast journalism at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln will soon use state-of-the-art equipment.

Article - Good Samaritan Hospital gives 1 million for health science education at UNK

UNK has received a $1 million leadership gift from Good Samaritan Hospital and Catholic Health Initiatives.

Article - UNL tests new media technologies with Knight Foundation support

The study of two innovative areas of journalism—mobile media and drone journalism—have received backing from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

Article - This gift is music to the ears for grad students

Students are singing praises for a new fellowship award recently gifted to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln School of Music

Article - Holocaust survivor tells story to save others

Sam Fried was 15 when he was captured and sent to Auschwitz.

Article - UNL campaign priorities still need funding

Your gifts continue to make a difference. You can still help UNL fund some important campaign priorities.

Article - Cancer survivor gives back

Now three years cancer-free, Pilcher-Huerter “strives to pay it back” to the place and the people who gave her back her life.

Article - Ag professor helps others grow

The seed of the Hoegemeyer tree took root in this soil long ago. It grew strong, against long odds.

Article - Studying abroad changed students world view

“It had a huge impact on me,” she says. “I had been reading about a lot of the stuff in books, and it’s very different when you see it in real life. I mean, books and statistics don’t do it justice.”

Article - He had the music in him

He taught them how to sing and, in the process, how to soar in life.

Article - Sisters share parents gift for giving

Winslow and Irene Van Brunt taught their children to value people.

Article - Women of WIN give to help Nebraskas elderly

Giving isn’t always good.

Like when doctors give people too many meds.

Article - What do these former Huskers have in common

Prince Amukamara and Jordan Larson have at least three things in common.

Article - From learning to leading

Amber Gloystein Messersmith, an assistant professor in the Department of Communication, was herself once a UNK student.

Article - New foundation CEO proud to be in Nebraska

After a month on the job, Hastings still is sure Nebraskans are as nice as they come

Article - UNO welcomes veterans home with open arms

Article - Who was Mr Lied

If you live in Nebraska, you’ve probably benefited from the legacy of Ernst F. Lied.

Article - Her mothers designs helped designer succeed

Mary Mitchell of Omaha’s recently published book, Drawn to Fashion, covers her 45 years as a fashion illustrator.

Article - Former teacher wants wall decoration for Christmas

Doris Murray has an off-the-wall wish for Christmas this year:

To be on the wall.

Article - University of Nebraska Foundation announces 2012 results

The foundation had its third best year ever for total gifts at $165 million.

Article - Honoring Nebraskas rural educators

Article - Winners of first WIN grants announced

WIN announced recipients of its first-ever grants during an awards ceremony Sept. 27 in Lincoln.

Article - Quirky professor taught them about biology life and Lord of the Rings

“We believe, like he did, that it’s vitally important to give back.”

Article - UNO student who helps others is rewarded with some herself

“I was taught at a young age that money would be important when it came to receiving a college education. But my parents didn’t exactly warn me how much money I would need to chase my dreams."

Article - Nurse practitioner and full partner

A family nurse practitioner who is also a full partner.

Article - Nebraskas oldest active CPA gives 1M to support alma mater future accountants

“This gift from Del Lienemann Sr. will impact the School of Accountancy by helping us build a world-class faculty and deliver a first-class accounting education to our students.”

Article - Unrestricted funds provide unlimited possibilities

Hear where the one percent of gifts not designated to a specific campus cause end up.

Article - You can take the Nebraskan out of Nebraska

The Andersons lived and worked in the San Francisco Bay Area, before retiring to that big house in Oregon.

Article - Donor feels the satisfaction of giving

Article - Buckle gift fits UNK computer students to a T

Buckle creates new scholarship and career development program for students at UNK.

Article - Barclae the Wonder Dog

Barclae has earned the right to wear those cool doggy shades.

Article - High-tech equipment means better-equipped doctors

Simulation lab at UNMC offers students an opportunity to gain skills and confidence working in emergency situations with mannequins.

Article - Rasmussens provide gift to benefit NUs construction engineering and nursing programs

Students studying construction engineering or nursing at the University of Nebraska will benefit from the generosity of Jim and Faye Rasmussen of Ravenna, Neb., who have established four funds at the University of Nebraska Foundation.

Article - The laboratory that helps your pets needs your help

Barclae has earned the right to wear those cool doggy shades.

He’s earned the words on his red doggy shirt:

Wonder Dog.

The Scottish Terrier has stayed a trooper these past few years despite everything he’s had to endure. Skin cancer on his right front paw. Two surgeries to remove two toes. Bladder cancer, twice. Chemo. More surgery ...

Article - Hard work teamwork and honesty pay

You can’t be part of the program and not be changed – either as a participant or a supervisor.

Article - Donors goal Get students through college

Coming to Lincoln for college was traumatic at first for Jim Rasmussen.

“Oh, man,” I thought. “What a big city.”

Article - University of Nebraska Foundation announces new CEO

Brian Hastings, a senior executive at The Ohio State University, has been named president and CEO of the University of Nebraska Foundation.

Article - Mentor adviser professor and friend

A UNK student recently sent a text message to four people.

He wanted them to be the first to know the big news – that he’d been accepted into the grad school at Notre Dame. He called his mom. He called his sisters.

Then he called Professor Peter Longo.

Article - Endowed 25000 scholarship honors former UNK Mens Basketball Coach Jerry Hueser

The University of Nebraska at Kearney has announced establishment of the Coach Jerry Hueser Men’s Basketball Scholarship Fund in honor of Jerry Hueser, the winningest coach in UNK history.

Article - Couple takes team approach to beat this

Article - Storm chaser finds tornadoes freaky and fun

Clint became a meteorology and climatology major. He joined the Nebraska Storm Chase Team, a group made up mostly of meteorology students.

Now a senior, Clint has been chasing storms for a couple of years. It’s exciting, he says. It’s educational.

Article - Pilot credits UNO with helping his career fly

Jeff Lehmkuhl’s workday can be dangerous.

The Air Force captain is executive officer of the 563rd Rescue Group at Davis-Monthan AFB in Arizona. He flies the HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter. He’s been deployed to both Afghanistan and Iraq, rescuing special-ops forces deep behind enemy lines.

Article - Donors help students and others taste sweet success

Over the years, the Seacrests have helped many people across the state connect with the arts. It’s been a passion.

Helping young people, they say, has been especially sweet.

Article - Anonymous gift creates new scholarship in honor of longtime UNK baseball coach Guy Murray

A new memorial scholarship provides support to baseball student-athletes at the University of Nebraska at Kearney while remembering the life of former baseball coach and UNK Athletic Hall of Fame Member, Guy Murray.