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News & Stories
News & Stories
UNO’s CodeCrush program for young women will enhance and expand with additional support
The Peter Kiewit Foundation has awarded a challenge grant of $225,000 to UNO for its CodeCrush program, a series of events designed to introduce 8th- and 9th-graders to iSTEM, an integrated approach to studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
UNK celebrates Plambeck Center, a game-changer for early education
The University of Nebraska at Kearney’s newest building raises the bar for early childhood education, setting a standard for high-quality learning and instruction.
Werner Enterprises Supports UNO's Supply Chain, Logistics, and Technology Programs
Students at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) pursuing careers in supply chain management, logistics, information technology and more will benefit from a gift from Werner Enterprises, Inc.
Kiewit partnership powers Nebraska Engineering forward
The chairman and chief executive officer of Peter Kiewit Sons’, Inc., joined with the chancellor of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Sept. 16 to announce the Omaha corporation’s support of a significant expansion of Nebraska engineering.
Redevelopment starts on new facility to serve children, adults with disabilities
Children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities will benefit from a new facility and all new programs at the Munroe-Meyer Institute in Omaha.
N Fund 2018-19 Annual Giving Impact Report
From July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2019, more than 13,500 of you contributed to make an impact on the lives of University of Nebraska–Lincoln students. But the impact doesn’t stop there. Once our students graduate, they go on to lead in their communities, states and countries. They go on to change the world.
‘It’s been one of my life’s greatest joys’
Cancer survivor’s generosity benefits UNMC and others who’ve helped him
For first time ever, researchers able to eliminate HIV from animals
University of Nebraska Medical Center collaborates on historic study
When Research Becomes Reality
Can a UNK business professor practice what he preaches after his wife is diagnosed with cancer?
From Cuba to Columbus
UNMC graduate overcomes obstacles to embrace opportunities
Get Your Hands on Nebraska’s History
Cherish Nebraska explores the future of science by interacting with its past
Dreams, Failures and Breakthroughs
UNO students make advances in cancer research, discover their career passions along the way
2 WIN grants to assist grandparents, UNL students
Women Investing in Nebraska awarded two $93,000 grants to assist a pilot program making mental health counselors more accessible at UNL residence halls and helping the Nebraska Children’s Home Society expand its support network for grandparents.
University of Nebraska Foundation celebrates $290 million in philanthropic support during fiscal year 2019
The University of Nebraska Foundation has announced that total philanthropic support, including all new gifts and commitments, surpassed $290 million in its fiscal year ending June 30, 2019. This compares to $231 million in total philanthropic support for the previous fiscal year.
Osbornes and Varners honored with highest development service award
Nancy and Tom Osborne and Paula and Woody Varner have been conferred the 2019 Harlan J. Noddle Award for Distinguished Development Service in recognition of the years they advocated for the university and their involvement with private philanthropy for the university.