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WIN seeks winning ideas from Nebraska nonprofits

WIN seeks winning ideas from Nebraska nonprofits

Nebraska nonprofit organizations striving to address critical community needs or wishing to make a significant local or state impact are invited to submit their funding ideas to Women Investing in Nebraska by March 1, 2014.

Posted: Wed, Jan 15, 2014

FOUNDATION

Hubbard Foundation advances State Museum's outreach and service

Hubbard Foundation advances State Museum's outreach and service

The University of Nebraska State Museum has received a major gift from the Claire M. Hubbard Foundation to provide funding to establish a volunteer program, launch a new distance learning program and begin a program to help underserved populations access the museum.

Posted: Fri, Dec 20, 2013

UNK

Nebraskan who wasn't able to go to college is making certain others do

Nebraskan who wasn't able to go to college is making certain others do

Robert Sahling of Kearney wasn’t able to go to college in the 1940s but is doing what he can now to help generations of young Nebraskans have access to an education at UNK.

Posted: Fri, Oct 25, 2013

UNL

Memory of alumna Jessica Lutton Bedient lives on through study abroad

Memory of alumna Jessica Lutton Bedient lives on through study abroad

To honor Jessica’s life, which tragically ended three years ago, a study abroad scholarship was established by her family and friends for UNL students wanting to serve and study in another country.

Posted: Fri, Oct 18, 2013

FOUNDATION

UNL College of Arts and Sciences welcomes new fundraisers

UNL College of Arts and Sciences welcomes new fundraisers

The University of Nebraska Foundation welcomes Joye Fehringer and Victor Martinez as development officers for the University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Arts and Sciences.

Posted: Mon, Oct 14, 2013

FOUNDATION

Donors give record $236.7 million to University of Nebraska

Alumni and friends gave $236.7 million to the University of Nebraska this year, making it the University of Nebraska Foundation’s best year ever for private gifts.

Posted: Tue, Oct 8, 2013

UNL

Stumpf family gift supports ag research at University of Nebraska

Stumpf family gift supports ag research at University of Nebraska

A gift of more than $3 million provides the potential to take Nebraska’s wheat breeding and cropping systems research to a new level of innovation not seen since the early days of plant genetics.

Posted: Mon, Sep 23, 2013

FOUNDATION

Women Investing in Nebraska awards annual grants to help

Women Investing in Nebraska awards annual grants to help

Women Investing in Nebraska has awarded two grants to Nebraska nonprofit groups totaling $153,500. One grant supports young people who are transitioning out of foster care, and a second grant will encourage more women to pursue careers in information technology.

Posted: Mon, Sep 16, 2013

UNO

UNO Opens $6 Million Biomechanics Research Building

UNO Opens $6 Million Biomechanics Research Building

The state-of-the-art building is one of the first stand-alone buildings in the world dedicated to biomechanics research.

Posted: Thu, Sep 5, 2013

UNK

Alumna Carol Cope leaves lasting legacy with $12.6 million estate gift

Alumna Carol Cope leaves lasting legacy with $12.6 million estate gift

The estate of longtime Kearney resident and philanthropist Carol Cope has made the gift to provide permanently endowed support for students, faculty and programs at the University of Nebraska at Kearney and University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

Posted: Wed, Sep 4, 2013

UNL

UNL School of Music celebrates $8 million gift from Glenn Korff

UNL School of Music celebrates $8 million gift from Glenn Korff

For generations to come, students and faculty members at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln School of Music will benefit from an $8 million gift from UNL alumnus Glenn Korff to the University of Nebraska Foundation.

Posted: Tue, Aug 20, 2013

UNL

Study abroad trip is life-changing experience

Study abroad trip is life-changing experience

Alex Pribil wasn’t the kind of guy who’d volunteer to stand at a podium and speak to people. It’d make him uncomfortable. He’d avoid it when he could. Yet this past spring, he gladly offered to be one of the student speakers at a luncheon for NU donors.

Posted: Tue, Jul 30, 2013

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