In 2010, the National Endowment for the Humanities announced it would provide the Center for Digital Research in Humanities a five-year, $500,000 challenge grant if the university is able to secure $1.5 million in private support from alumni and friends.
The ranch – Rafter C Ranch – became the Gudmundsen Sandhills Research Center and now serves as a 12,800-acre research and educational facility.
On June 24, 2019, the University of Nebraska Medical Center community gathered to ceremonially break ground on its new campus welcome center — the Wigton Heritage Center — as well as launch the renovation of Wittson Hall and the McGoogan Library. “Today is a vibrant example of the public-private partnerships that really build the future,” […]
Your gift to this fund is made immediately available for research and development in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
A gift by the Fremont (Neb.) Area Alzheimer’s Committee to support innovative research at the University of Nebraska Medical Center helps augment the fight against a disease that currently affects 35,000 Nebraskans and more than 5 million people nationwide.
The day Howard Gendelman, M.D., announced that his University of Nebraska Medical Center team, in partnership with Temple University, had successfully eliminated HIV in a living animal was a long time coming after decades of research. A Critical Step Toward Eliminating HIV Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin UNMC and Temple University […]
About 50 percent of Nebraskans report experiencing childhood adversity and trauma. The university is developing a program to train those who can help.
By Ed Rider Cutting-edge Clinical Trials Provide New Hope for Early Detection of Pancreatic Cancer “You have pancreatic cancer.” These four words are among the most devastating a person will ever hear. The difficulty of diagnosing cancer of the pancreas early makes it one of the most lethal and aggressive types of cancer — the […]
An Arizona cowboy was just a few years into his career as a pro steer wrestler when he got attacked by some killers. The attacks were odd. This cowboy was 26 at the time and these particular killers – the killer cells of autoimmune Type 1 diabetes – usually go after kids.