Unlikely friendship grows over the years, leading to fruitful harvest
UNL alumnus realizes, in that end, that planting seeds of kindness can change people’s lives.
Howard Wiegers honored for 100 years, dedication to natural resources
To honor Howard’s 100th birthday and commitment to students and natural resources, the Howard Wiegers Student Travel Support Fund has been created in his honor.
UNL ag student hopes to help feed the world someday
An internship on Capitol Hill is the latest way that private support is making it easier for a UNL ag student to focus on her studies – and her dream.
University of Nebraska State Museum announces fundraising, lead gifts for major new ‘Cherish Nebraska’ exhibits
Visitors to the University of Nebraska State Museum will soon be able to experience Nebraska and natural history in entirely new ways because of $11.4 million fourth floor redevelopment.
Scholarships helping CEHS student do great things in the world
Future teacher Megan Gronewold says time in Peru taught her a lot about education – and herself.
Indianapolis couple continuing their parents' legacies
UNL alumni Sue and Dick Tempero feel proud of their family’s deep roots in Nebraska, and proud to be giving back to help students.
Small-town student finds a community that cares at UNL
New grad Anna Schott says her years in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications has prepared her well for the real world.
Clifton Foundation, Gallup donate $30M to UNL for Don Clifton Strengths Institute
The gift will establish an institute to further the mission of the late Donald O. Clifton through a long-term partnership with the UNL College of Business Administration.
Gift from Colorado ranching couple blazing the trail for IANR students
Nebraska natives Bill and Sandra Condon of Sterling, Colo., recently endowed major full-ride scholarships for upperclassmen in UNL’s Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources. The William and Sandra Condon Endowed Scholarship for Agriculture Studies.
Scholarships make a world of difference, says student who now speaks Spanish
“When I started my undergraduate degree in 2007, I had three siblings also at UNL,” Teresa Lostroh told a crowd of about 100 University of Nebraska donors the other day in Lincoln at the annual Burnett Society Lunch. “It wasn’t the best time for farming, which is what my dad does, yet my parents were committed to putting their children – all six of us – through college".
Cooper Foundation helps launch Nebraska makerspace
A one-of-a-kind place for all kinds of makers will let students, faculty members and the community design, prototype, create and learn.
Here she comes (with her memoir) … ‘Kalamity Kate’
Local TV pioneer Leta Powell Drake, a UNL alumna, feels good to be giving back with scholarship money – and many untold stories.
Quilt museum celebrates 10th anniversary, gifts that made it possible
Nebraska’s International Quilt Study Center & Museum turns 10 and reflects on its unique mission and the many charitable contributions that brought it to life.
Women Investing in Nebraska to fund Nebraska nonprofits, university projects
WIN asks potential grant seekers to submit a letter of inquiry by Feb. 19, 2018.
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.