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.
Greg and Stephanie Daake know all about the talented graduates of their alma mater: they hire them. Their new coworker, recent UNK grad Jase Hueser, was a recipient of the Daake Design Scholarship from UNK that helped him succeed.
University of Nebraska at Kearney, the community and greater Nebraska will celebrate the beginning of Nebraska’s most innovative center of early childhood excellence.
Kearney native Pete Peterson has established a new scholarship for students who, like him, are the first in their family to ever attend college.
The new academic facility is a collaboration of the University of Nebraska Medical Center and University of Nebraska at Kearney to meet growing demand for primary and rural health care.
What happens when the sun ‘turns off’? Professors from different backgrounds share their eclipse expertise with Kearney students and the community.
Kathleen Gallagher, the new Williams Community Chair for Early Childhood Education at UNK, is a national expert in how little kids learn and think.
Two UNK students pursuing their passion – Early Childhood – feel grateful for the people who support this University of Nebraska priority.
UNMC’s Dr. Amy Hellman now leads one of just 39 clinics in the nation that are considered “Centers of Excellence” for Huntington’s Disease. “It’s because of the generous support of donors like you that I was able to pursue my dream,” she says.
A healthy collaboration: UNMC and UNK help students positively impact rural health care.
John and Sonia want to help even more students attend UNK, especially first-generation college students.
Gifts of $1,000 to the Loper Advantage Scholarship Fund will be matched, doubling the donor’s gift.
Mississippi Mud, BBQ and Michael Jordan: Students learn a lot about NU’s new president, Hank Bounds.
UNK donor says a gift from two professors “was really a miracle” to him
Increased access and success for current and future students is the focus of a two-year, $200 million fundraising initiative announced Sep. 24.
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.