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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...
Doane signs agreement with Hebei Agricultural University
Doane University signed an undergraduate collaborative education program agreement with China's Hebei Agricultural University on Monday at the College of Arts and Sciences campus in Crete. The...
Doane Awards 510 Degrees During Spring Commencement
Doane College awarded 510 degrees during its Spring Commencement ceremony held Sunday, May 8 in Cassel Open Air Theatre in Crete.   Delivering the keynote address for the morning ceremony for the...
Doane University announces new structure, adds College of Education
On the day that Nebraska’s oldest liberal arts and sciences college changes its name from Doane College to Doane University, it is also announcing a change in its university structure that will...
The Doane College Office of Strategic Communications was presented with awards in seven categories yesterday at the Embassy Suites in downtown Lincoln during the 2016 Lincoln American Marketing...
Commencement to take place May 8
Doane College will host Commencement 2016 with a weekend of activities, culminating in the Commencement ceremony Sunday, May 8. This year's festivities mark the final time students will receive...
Doane Student Media wins 35 Golden Leaf Awards
Student journalists for Doane Student Media combined to win 35 different honors at the Nebraska Collegiate Media Association’s 2016 Golden Leaf Awards, hosted on Doane’s Crete campus, last week. The...
Wilson ready to take JET to Japan
This was not the plan. Delta Wilson ’16 was supposed to major in political science and minor in business. That’s what teenage Delta—coming from way out west in Alliance, Nebraska—had her heart set...
Doane awards Krantz Scholarship to pair of CHS students
Doane College recently announced that Crete High School seniors Barbara Ortiz and Yesenia Ramos have been awarded the Michael Krantz Education Scholarship for 2016. Each student will be awarded $5,...

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