Paula Nash: a special gift processing specialist
Almost every gift to the University of Nebraska Foundation these past 16 years crossed the desk of Paula Nash, a gift processing specialist in the accounting department.
FOUNDATIONPosted: mié, ene 4, 2012
Phonathon caller employs super power of speech
Invisibility. Flight. Incredible strength. If you could have any super power, which would it be?
$250,000 gift will provide scholarships to Kearney nursing students
“On behalf of the UNMC College of Nursing faculty and staff at the Kearney Division, I would like to say how grateful we are for Ms. Reynolds' extremely generous gift and legacy to the future of health care."
UNK professor creates scholarship in honor of her mother's life
Pre-nursing students at the University of Nebraska at Kearney benefit from a new permanently endowed scholarship fund created especially with them in mind.
NU's favorite son comedian makes another serious gift
Heeeeere’s ... Johnny! And yet another generous gift for his alma mater.
University of Nebraska Foundation marks record year
Alumni and friends of the University of Nebraska demonstrated their generosity this year by giving the most private support in history.
New fund will assist UNO students in breaking international barriers
Former University of Nebraska President Ronald Roskens and wife, Lois, of Omaha have provided a gift to give to students in the College of Education at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
Lizard on the line
Liz, Lizzy, Lizard. Those are her nicknames. Liz Hubbard, a 22-year-old nursing major at UNMC College of Nursing’s Lincoln Division, grew up in Seward.
The power of the pearls
In her 20s, Tricia Raikes focused on her career, trying to put Microsoft into every home in the country. In her 30s, she focused on raising her three kids. In her 40s, she focused on supporting the soaring career of husband Jeff, who became a president at Microsoft and later CEO of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Nanoscience Research Center at UNL to be Named for Couple
Don Voelte and his wife, Nancy Keegan have given a $5 million campaign gift to UNL.
There may never be a better time to create a charitable lead trust
With interest rates so low, according to UNL alum Jere McGaffey (’57), there may never be a better time to create a charitable lead trust.