Category: UNL

Doug Waggoner talks with students in the Investors With Purpose program.

Investing in Students

Doug Waggoner has created a unique program for business majors at UNL. Investors With Purpose is a wealth management course that brings students together with global investment professionals.

Dean Lance Perez talks with civil engineering seniors on the first day of class. The seniors have to wait unitl next week for their first classes in the building as the CE area is being finished this week. First day of classes in Kiewit Hall. January 22, 2024. Photo by Craig Chandler / University Communication and Marketing

Building Nebraska

A newly opened six-story building on the University of Nebraska–Lincoln campus was designed with state-of-the-art features to prepare a growing number of engineering, construction and computing graduates.

Valery Wachter, a Burnett Society member and artist, has established a planned gift supporting studio arts majors at UNL.

Helping Paint a Bright Future

Artist Valery Wachter has established a planned gift supporting studio arts majors in the College of Fine and Performing Arts at UNL.

UNL Chancellor Rodney Bennett sits at end of long table.

‘A Newly Minted Husker’

Rodney D. Bennett, Ed.D., took office as the 21st chancellor of UNL July 1. Pride of Place interviewed him to discover his vision for the university.

Professor Michelle Paxton, Director, Children's Justice Clinic and Center on Children, Families, and the Law, photoshoot for law college. November 12, 2021. Photo by Craig Chandler / University Communication

Giving Voice To the Vulnerable

The Children’s Justice Clinic, now permanently endowed, provides abused and neglected children advocates in court while offering hands-on experience for student attorneys.

Man With Students At Lincoln Wastwater Treament Plant

Nebraska: A Great State for Engineers

By Robyn Murray Trustees Envision a Strong Engineering Future for Nebraska When Janine and Kevin McArdle tell people where they’re from, they usually hear some

Shari R. Veil, MBA, Ph.D. poses in front of the Experience Lab in the UNL College of Journalism.

And We’re Rolling…

Passion is a word several students used to describe what they’re drawing from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications’ heavy emphasis on experiential learning, along with practice, portfolios and professional contacts.

Hunter Suchsland Cade Ludwig posing with their Big Jig Box in the Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program.

Fishermen with a vision find purpose through UNL’s Engler program

University of Nebraska–Lincoln graduates Hunter Suchsland and Cade Ludwig found a way to monetize their passion for fishing through the Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program. The duo started their fishing lure business with seed money and advice from the UNL program. “We’ve quadrupled sales and customers from year one to year two,” Suchsland said.