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News for 2012

Doane College selected Michael Carpenter, former Vice President of Information Technology of National Research Corporation, to head Doane's Office of Information Technology Services.  Carpenter will...
As part of Unity Week at Doane, lecturer Bryant K. Smith will present "Race, Language and Culture" Thursday, Sept. 6 at 7 p.m. in Whitcomb Lee Conservatory. Sponsored by Doane's Multicultural...
From a young age, Irshad Manji questioned the Islamic faith in a frank matter that drew emotions ranging from uncomfortable to incensed. But she kept asking. Her 20-year journey to answer those...
Doane College was named to The Princeton Review's 2008 "Best Midwestern Colleges" on its PrincetonReview.com site. The designation was given to 161 Midwest schools, including six from Nebraska. This...
In its first year in the liberal arts category in recent history, Doane College was ranked in the Top 150 national best liberal arts colleges by U.S.News and World Report's 2008 College Guide. ...
Seven Doane College students were awarded study abroad scholarships for the upcoming semester.  The scholarships were provided by Central College Abroad, which awards outstanding applicants from...
Several Doane College students completed projects in the college's summer research program.  Projects ranged from assessing the campus climate to researching animated films.  Students worked with...
Forty Doane College students are completing the 2007 summer internship program. Internships help students gain experience in their field of study and allow them to earn up to 12 academic credits....
Dr. Katherine Buell, professor emeritus of biology, died July 19 at age 94.  A member of the Doane College faculty since 1936, Dr. Buell shared her knowledge and passion with students for 43 years...
On July 11, 1872, Doane College became a legal entity when the official Articles of Incorporation were signed by eight college trustees and filed in Wilber at the Saline County Courthouse.  On this...
Pianist Joel Fan, a renowned performer who has accompanied cellist Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble, will bring his spice and pizzazz to Doane College's Whitcomb Lee Auditorium July 17 at 7:30 p.m. His...
Dodson Earns Award for her Service as NASFAA National Chair Article Body For Janet Dodson, director of financial aid at Doane College, the month of July marks the successful completion of...
Doane College to Award Master’s Degree in Navajo Nation Article Body Doane College will award 16 Master of Education degrees in Educational Leadership, Saturday, July 7 at 10:30 a.m. at the...
Hundreds of prospective college students will descend on the campuses of the state's private colleges as part of Nebraska Independent College Week.  Earlier this year, Gov. Dave Heineman officially...
Doane College was recognized in the June 24, 2007 issue of the Lincoln Journal Star for the campus rose garden - Nebraska's only official test garden for the All America Rose Selection (AARS). ...

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