The Hyundai Hope On Wheels Foundation has given $200,000 to support childhood cancer research at the University of Nebraska Medical Center with a grant to
The University of Nebraska will receive a $5 million gift to create a new program to address some of Nebraska’s most pressing public health issues
Students in the accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center now have additional tuition support available. The
A new University of Nebraska facility will give students access to improved health care while providing its nursing program a world-class learning and research space with capacity for future growth.
The gift allows for a three-story lighted art decorative screen wall that will welcome visitors as they make their way toward the Dr. Edwin Davis & Dorothy Balbach Davis Global Center for Advanced Interprofessional Learning.
The Wigton Heritage Center will be built in conjunction with the Wittson Hall renovation project at UNMC and is made possible with a gift commitment from Robert Wigton, M.D.
Medical student who serves the underserved – while gaining hands-on experience – thanks the people who support UNMC’s student-run SHARING Clinics.
UNMC student will never forget the name of a nurse from the past – Vella E. Stewart – who left a legacy for her and other future nurses.
Some of the nearly 200 children attending have never been able to see a dentist.
The gift establishes three permanently endowed funds to forever support the efforts of the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center.
Training vehicles travel state to simulate real-life emergency rooms and ambulances and are equipped with mannequins that simulate human patients.
Two $85,000 grants from Women Investing in Nebraska help victims of domestic violence and help infants with needed medical assessment and treatment.
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.
Looking back now, he says, it probably was too serious of a talk to have with such a little boy. He was just 5 at
About 50 percent of Nebraskans report experiencing childhood adversity and trauma. The university is developing a program to train those who can help.
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.