Scholarship honors a life by supporting nontraditional engineering students at UNL
A new memorial scholarship provides support to nontraditional students who study construction or civil engineering at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln while remembering the life of alumnus John E. McCue, who enjoyed a career in engineering.
Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts announces campaign gift from James and Rhonda Seacrest
The Seacrests have made a contribution to the University of Nebraska Foundation to the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts to create the James C. and Rhonda Seacrest Program Excellence Fund as a permanent endowment supporting the College forever.
Naming of entrance, professorship honor Dr. John Langan
John Langan devoted nearly half a century to the University of Nebraska at Omaha, first as a student, then as a faculty member and professor, and eventually as dean of the College of Education.
Involved student becomes involved donor
What would you do if a dear friend died and left you a quarter of a million dollars, with the stipulation you spend it all on charity?
"Those who have and know, should share."
This Friday, Oct. 7, UNL will dedicate a new state-of-the-art lab in the basement of Chase Hall on East Campus.
Cancer patient found the best care right next door
Jeff Parksfound a “small” way to thank his former professor.
Nanoscience Research Center at UNL to be Named for Couple
Don Voelte and his wife, Nancy Keegan have given a $5 million campaign gift to UNL.
There may never be a better time to create a charitable lead trust
With interest rates so low, according to UNL alum Jere McGaffey (’57), there may never be a better time to create a charitable lead trust.
Scholarship encourages Fairbury High grads to study math, sciences at UNL
wo Nebraska natives who support the values instilled in young people who grow up in small Midwestern communities have established a permanently endowed scholarship fund for students graduating from Fairbury High School.
34 consecutive years of giving. But who's counting.
University of Nebraska at Omaha alum Roberta Williams has given to the UNO Annual Fund for each of the past 34 years. But she’s not counting.
Her father made sure she went to college, now she does the same for others
After the Nama sisters’ mother passed away when they were children, their father, Frank, made sure his daughters would go on to college.
Scholarship makes it easier for students suffering hardships
Milton E. Steinkruger’s 40-year career in the funeral business gave him the opportunity to help those who were grieving or struggling. “Milton was a caring man throughout his life and eager to encourage and support others,” says his wife, Ilene Steinkruger.
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.