Article - UNK scholarship supports first-generation college students, honors Peterson familys legacy

Kearney native Pete Peterson has established a new scholarship for students who, like him, are the first in their family to ever attend college.

Article - Our employee wellness program is getting recognition - a lot of it

Long appreciated by our employees, our wellness program is racking up recognition and awards from outside our organization.

Article - COPIC Medial Foundation Gift

Training vehicles travel state to simulate real-life emergency rooms and ambulances and are equipped with mannequins that simulate human patients.

Article - Nebraska business scholarship forever honors alumnus Ron Rotherham

The family of Nebraska alumnus Ron Rotherham has honored the Ewing native as a loving husband, father and grandfather by establishing a scholarship in his memory.

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 - 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...

Article - Recent grad thanks donors for an invaluable resource

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

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 - 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.

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