Some gifts to the university are made in memory of others.
Remembering - Gerald Christensen, M.D.
A longtime UNMC faculty member in the Department of Ophthalmology, Gerald Christensen, M.D., died at his home in Omaha Saturday after a four-year battle with bladder cancer.
In her life of philanthropy, a few special gifts stand out
In her life of philanthropy, a few special gifts stand out: UNL journalism graduate talks about the two places she’s most passionate about helping out.
University honors the life of distinguished alumnus Clayton Yeutter
Renowned trade expert Clayton Yeutter was born in Nebraska and served four U.S. presidents in a career spanning several decades.
Honoring the life of Nancy E. Armitage
The Nancy Armitage Pancreas Cancer Clinical Research Professorship honors Nancy while forever supporting the university’s efforts in pancreatic cancer clinical research.
Prem S. Paul
The University of Nebraska Foundation mourns the loss of Prem Paul, who died September 2, 2016.
Students still benefit from first endowed scholarship created in 1930s
The late Edward Cornish made a gift in 1937 to establish the first permanently endowed scholarship fund to forever support the education of UNL students.
New scholarship helps students experience Ireland
The Cluricaun Irish Society of Lincoln established a new scholarship fund to help students travel and learn abroad in Ireland.
Inaugural Glow Big Red a success with more than 1,500 contributors
The first-ever Glow Big Red—24 Hours of Husker Giving is in the history books as the newest Husker tradition.