College of arts and sciences

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The College of Arts and Sciences prides itself on its primary mission, which is to teach, conduct research and engage in scholarship in the wide-ranging areas that constitute the liberal arts and sciences. With majors ranging from chemistry and biology to philosophy and religion, along with pre-professional programs in law, health, veterinary medicine and technical science, the college offers students an overview of scientific and humanistic thought that has shaped civilizations and continues to shape today’s students.

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UNO Fund – Arts & Sciences

A gift to this fund provides needed general help to the College of Arts and Sciences, enabling it to lend support to areas, projects and programs of greatest need.

David Belieu

Director of Development, UNO College of Arts and Sciences

David has been with the foundation since 2014. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and a Master of Arts in educational administration, both from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. David enjoys working with individuals who help to further the mission of higher education. He is passionate about higher education and its influence on the lives of students and the state of Nebraska.

Cam Bexten

Director of Development, UNO College of Communications, Fine Arts and Media

Camtrice (Cam) joined the University of Nebraska Foundation team in 2018. A three-time graduate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha, she holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music performance and a master’s degree in public administration with a focus on nonprofit management. Camtrice is an advocate for community engagement and loves her development role because it blends two of her passions: higher education and philanthropy.

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