Points of Pride

Man With Students At Lincoln Wastwater Treament Plant

Nebraska: A Great State for Engineers

By Robyn Murray Trustees Envision a Strong Engineering Future for Nebraska When Janine and Kevin McArdle tell people where they’re from, they usually hear some

Sunil Hingorani, M.D., Ph.D. poses for a professional headshot.

Drawing a Line in the Sand

A noble effort is underway to turn the tide against pancreatic cancer. The initiative is led by recently recruited Sunil Hingorani, M.D., Ph.D., who aims to find a cure for this lethal disease.

Shari R. Veil, MBA, Ph.D. poses in front of the Experience Lab in the UNL College of Journalism.

And We’re Rolling…

Passion is a word several students used to describe what they’re drawing from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications’ heavy emphasis on experiential learning, along with practice, portfolios and professional contacts.

Samuel Bak standing in his new gallery on the UNO campus.

Hope in the Darkness

Students are learning the art of moving forward through the work of Holocaust survivor Samuel Bak.

Richard Griffin sitting on steps for a headshot

Memorializing a Mother’s Inspiration

Architecture grad Richard Griffin was inspired by his mother’s resolve as she raised her three children alone. In gratitude, he established a scholarship at his alma mater in her honor.

Old style headshot of Theta Cole Bullington.

Like Mother, Like Son

Leland Essary is proud of the accomplishments of his mother, Theta Cole Bullington, a respected leader in public health nursing. In tribute, Leland established a scholarship in her name.

Health Care in the Heartland

UNK and UNMC have teamed up to construct the Rural Health Education Building, which will not only increase capacity to enroll more health care students but will also significantly expand nursing programs and bring the UNMC College of Medicine to Kearney.

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