Alumnus Gary W. Hansen had a positive experience at UNL’s Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis. As a result, his family is making certain future generations of students have the same opportunities for success in agriculture fields.
Thanks to a head-to-toe restoration — along with a head-to-toe restoration of its story — this home, now called the G.W. Frank Museum of History and Culture at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, can tell its more complex and compelling story.
Class of ’52 UNL alumna and widow of former Husker basketball player Dr. Henry Cech, who was a longtime Lincoln orthodontist and a College of Dentistry alumnus, creates the first professorship of orthodontics at UNMC.
A newly completed $10 million space at UNL where students can gather and collaborate 24 hours a day opened Jan. 11 and will be named in honor of alumna Adele Coryell Hall.
Two UNO students who studied abroad get to thank donor in person, and it’s ‘way cool.’
The fund will support education abroad experiences for students at his alma mater, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Air Force veteran who’s seen the world now giving back to a place that’s meant the world to him.
‘This gift and what it seeks to build upon within higher education will absolutely make a difference in how students today and in the future learn about media and how they master modern trends and advances.’
Husker tailgate in Chicago leads to an unexpected connection when two CEHS alumni realize they have something – someone – in common.
California woman visits Nebraska for the first time to learn more about her noted ancestor, who was a dean of UNL’s business college and an adviser to President Truman. In his name, she endows a fund in the College of Arts & Sciences – the “John Davidson Clark Courage and Commitment Fund.”
Ruth E. Wilcox, M.D., recalls her long career – and her med school ‘fellows’ who made all the difference.
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.
New grad Anna Schott says her years in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications has prepared her well for the real world.
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.
Alumnus Clayton Yeutter has made a $2.5 million leadership gift to help create an international trade and finance institute, which will prepare graduates for in-demand careers.
When you make a gift to the University of Nebraska Foundation you can trust that it will be used in the way in which it was intended. That’s a promise we’ve kept with our donors since our organization was founded in 1936.