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News & Stories
News & Stories
University of Nebraska Foundation announces new board chair and directors
The University of Nebraska Foundation’s board of directors has announced the election of Bill Jackman as the new board chair, and its trustees elected Anne Hubbard, M.D., and Thomas H. Warren Sr. to serve as board directors.
Regents name Ted Carter priority candidate for University of Nebraska president
The university's regents today appointed Walter “Ted” Carter, Jr., a higher education executive with an extensive record of growing student and academic success, as the priority candidate to serve as president.
UNO dedication celebrates biomechanics research building expansion
UNO’s Biomechanics Research Building is the largest academic and research facility of its kind in the world, and its research and education programs are at the forefront of the study of the human body in motion.
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.
UNK celebrates Plambeck Center, a game-changer for early education
The University of Nebraska at Kearney’s newest building raises the bar for early childhood education, setting a standard for high-quality learning and instruction.
UNO’s CodeCrush program for young women will enhance and expand with additional support
The Peter Kiewit Foundation has awarded a challenge grant of $225,000 to UNO for its CodeCrush program, a series of events designed to introduce 8th- and 9th-graders to iSTEM, an integrated approach to studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics.