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Doane University was ranked 394th nationally in the recent Wall Street Journal/Times College Ranking. Doane was second among Nebraska schools behind only Creighton University (133) and was one of...
The Nebraska Court of Appeals will be in session on the campus of Doane University in Crete on October 12, 2016. The Court of Appeals will divide into their customary two panels with three judges...
U.S. News & World Report has named Doane University a top National Liberal Arts College according to the publication’s most recent rankings released today. Doane ranked 149th, up nine spaces...
Andrea Butler was named as director of online education
Doane University has announced the appointment of Andrea Butler as the school’s director of online education. Butler comes to Doane having served most recently as executive director of enrollment...
Janice Hadfield
The Doane University community is grieving the death of Janice Hadfield, Dean of the College of Professional Studies, who passed away this morning in Lincoln. Janice was a pioneer in adult and...
David Swartzlander teaches in one of Doane's journalism classes.
Doane University is a great college to work for, according to a new survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education. The results, released today in The Chronicle’s annual report on academic workplaces,...
Doane has announced it will be launching online programs this fall.
Doane University has announced that it will be expanding its educational offerings by including three fully online programs beginning in the fall of 2016. Doane will make two masters degree programs...
Dena Stevenson is the new director of Doane University's Omaha campus.
Dena Stevenson can relate. The new director of Doane University’s Omaha campus knows that earning a degree isn’t easy. Not while raising a family and building a career. When Stevenson earned her...
Doane University has announced the 253 students named to the Dean’s List for Spring 2016. Students must achieve a minimum 3.7 grade point average on a 4.0 scale and hold 12 graded hours to qualify...
Kennerly Benraty of Portsmouth, Virginia, poses for a Doane Magazine photo.
Kennerly Benraty ’18 is going places. He’s as cool, confident and sure of this as he is comfortable in his own skin. It’s not just that he says it. It’s how. He holds his chin like a philosopher. He...
Jasmin Sandoval stands with her research poster at the LSMCE Conference.
Before she left Marysville, Washington, for Doane two years ago, Jasmin Sandoval ’18 got a very important piece of mail. Associate Professor of Chemistry Dr. Sharmin Sikich had penned a letter...
Doane staff and students distribute food to Crete community members in February.
What a sight to see. Rev. Karla Cooper, standing outside in below-freezing January temperatures, watched helping hands. A student taking a senior citizen’s hand, putting her purse over his shoulder...
Bess Scott, Ph.D., has been named Associate Professor of Educational Leadership. Scott’s role at Doane is to lead and teach the Lincoln-based EDL Cadres. Scott will assist in the recruitment and...
Alicia Cariotto (center) receives her diploma at Commencment on May 8, 2016.
Coming in last isn’t all bad. And it was all too fitting for Alicia Cariotto ’16L. She didn’t take a direct route to her undergraduate degree, spending five years at the University of Nebraska-...
Zach Jensen, the last Crete campus graduate of Doane College, poses for a photo.
Zach Jensen ’16 worked hard for everything he got at Doane. He’s not the only Doane grad who will tell you that getting through one of Professor of Business Dr. Les Manns’ courses is far from a...

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