By Jessica Moore The new Ngaruiya Family Fund for Undergraduate Research at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is founded on five virtues: blended international experiences, cultural
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has announced a $250,000 investment to support the Nebraska Governance and Technology Center at the University of
UNL alumna Willa Cather survived a pandemic from 1918-1920.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers at the Nebraska Center for Virology want to stop the next pandemic before it starts.
A UNL business professor who studies pandemics is applying the science of data and supply chain management to difficult questions.
Through the thoughtfulness of an old friend, a student scholarship fund honors the life of University of Nebraska alumnus and WWII veteran Robert K. Oswald
Contributors provided nearly $1,500 to help University of Nebraska–Lincoln students and the Husker Pantry during the annual Give to Lincoln Day on May 28, 2020.
The emergency hand sanitizer project at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in partnership with the Nebraska ethanol industry and other corporate partners is asking the public
Two students at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (NCTA) in Curtis are wrapping up their spring semester of college, thanks in part to scholarship
For months, the effects of COVID-19 have stretched across our campus, our city, our state and our world. The pandemic has affected the health of
For two decades, Ken Jones has provided full-tuition scholarships to UNL engineering students, provided that they’re graduates of Lincoln Northeast High School, his alma mater.
Husker fans and supporters from across the United States and three continents demonstrated their pride for the University of Nebraska‒Lincoln during the second annual Glow Big Red – 24 Hours of Husker Giving on Feb.13-14.
Join University of Nebraska‒Lincoln alumni and friends across the country and around the world for the second annual Glow Big Red ― 24 Hours of
Joe and Matt Brugger say they’re grateful for the support they received for their education from the N Fund. The N Fund benefits many students while providing a convenient and meaningful way for anyone to give back to the university.
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s longstanding tradition of supporting veterans and military service members is expanding.
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.