From royal roots in Japan to humble roots in Nebraska
Proud daughter plants a seed for the future – a CASNR scholarship – in memory of her saintly father
Betti and Dick Robinson create first endowed professorship for early childhood extension at UNL
The gift supports the important work of faculty members who share early childhood education and welfare knowledge to others across Nebraska.
The queen of her students’ hearts
The queen of her students’ hearts, Professor Carole Levin, plans to leave a legacy at UNL.
Making it happen
Making it happen: Collaboration at the heart of UNL’s maker space.
James Arthur Vineyards announces student award for medieval and renaissance studies at UNL
The fund provides awards to students to help with costs related to travel, research or other academic activities.
Alumnus Ron Lockard establishes computer science and engineering scholarship at UNL
The scholarship provides awards to undergraduate and graduate students who plan to enter a career field the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects will increase more than 20 percent by 2022.
May 26 a day to make good things happen in Lincoln
Give to Lincoln Day provides focus to the importance of community giving.
Author Willa Cather’s nephew leaves $5.8 million to UNL
Charles Cather made the bequest to support the university’s leading initiatives focused on his aunt’s literary works and life.
CME Group Foundation grants $500,000 for new UNL symposium
International trade and finance is the focus of the new, biennial CME Group Foundation Symposium.
Ronnie Green named next UNL chancellor
NU President Hank Bounds announced today that following a national search he has named Ronnie D. Green the next chancellor of UNL.
Mississippi Mud, BBQ and Michael Jordan
Mississippi Mud, BBQ and Michael Jordan: Students learn a lot about NU’s new president, Hank Bounds
A great man’s journey: Trip home reminds Yeutter of his great Nebraska roots
A great man’s journey: Trip home to Eustis reminds Clayton Yeutter of his great Nebraska roots.
Redevelopment starts on new facility to serve children, adults with disabilities
Children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities will benefit from a new facility and all new programs at the Munroe-Meyer Institute in Omaha.
NU Foundation receives state’s highest award for employee wellness programs
The University of Nebraska Foundation has received the Governor’s Harvester Wellness Award, the state’s highest award in recognition of employee wellness programs.
UNMC breaks ground on new welcome center
On June 24, 2019, the University of Nebraska Medical Center community gathered to ceremonially break ground on its new campus welcome center — the Wigton Heritage Center — as well as launch the renovation of Wittson Hall and the McGoogan Library.