New grad looks forward to giving back to UNO
Student, Ashley Spurlock, gives insight to what she loved most about UNO and why she plans to give back to her school.
Confidence STEMS from hands-on learning
UNO students see the excitement for STEM areas growing on campus, thanks to community chairs.
Mississippi Mud, BBQ and Michael Jordan
Mississippi Mud, BBQ and Michael Jordan: Students learn a lot about NU’s new president, Hank Bounds
Engelmann awarded first Hubbard STEM learning instructorship at UNO
The Hubbard Instructorship supports the university’s efforts to expand STEM education programs by using the Glacier Creek Preserve.
‘I want to learn to help wounded veterans …’
UNO helping ex-Army bomb squad technician reach his goal of giving back.
‘Mrs. Elaine Spire … Thank You’
UNO senior wants donor to know that he will try to live up to the standard set by her late husband, the great Robert Spire.
A classroom a hemisphere away
Two UNO students who studied abroad get to thank donor in person, and it’s ‘way cool.’
UNO means the world to a man who’s seen the world
Air Force veteran who’s seen the world now giving back to a place that’s meant the world to him.
“Our Students, Our Future” initiative to raise $200 million in support of NU students
Increased access and success for current and future students is the focus of a two-year, $200 million fundraising initiative announced Sep. 24.
A gift for his father, the filmmaker
Bob Chenoweth, a retired Hollywood producer, finds a perfect way to make amends with his ‘ornery’ dad, who was Omaha’s first filmmaker.
First Haddix Community Chair of Science creating strong bonds with Omaha and its young people
Dr. Christine Cutucache, UNO’s first Haddix Community Chair of Science, learned to love STEM subjects through hands-on experiences.
First-generation UNO student grateful for Spire Scholarship
UNO student has a history of helping others in the community. He also knows what it’s like to receive the help he needs to get through school.
2 WIN grants to assist grandparents, UNL students
Women Investing in Nebraska awarded two $93,000 grants to assist a pilot program making mental health counselors more accessible at UNL residence halls and helping the Nebraska Children’s Home Society expand its support network for grandparents.
Osbornes and Varners honored with highest development service award
Nancy and Tom Osborne and Paula and Woody Varner have been conferred the 2019 Harlan J. Noddle Award for Distinguished Development Service in recognition of the years they advocated for the university and their involvement with private philanthropy for the university.
Holthus and Raikeses honored with highest volunteer service award
Kelly Holthus of York and Jeff and Tricia Raikes of Seattle and Ashland, Nebraska, are 2019 recipients of the Perry W. Branch Award for Distinguished Volunteer Service.