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News for 2014

Doane Forensics finishes 12th at nationals
TEMPE, Ariz. – The Doane College Forensics team finished among the best in the nation again, taking 12th place at the 2014 American Forensic Association’s National Individual Events Tournament (AFA-...
Marley Appointed Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs
Five years ago, Dr. Kate Marley would never have thought she would be making the switch from faculty to administration. Marley will take on the position of associate vice president of Academic...
Doane Music Professor Earns Multiple Awards
Director of Instrumental Music and Chair of the Music Department, Dr. Jay Gilbert was recently honored with several awards by the Nebraska State Bandmasters Association. He was awarded two...
Kick Start offers new Omaha students first class tuition-free
Doane College delivers a world-class education. And we are proving it to Omaha area students for free. The Kick Start Program waives tuition for new students’ first undergraduate class at Doane’s...
Student journalists receive 50 Golden Leaf Awards
HASTINGS – Student journalists from the Doane College journalism and media department received 50 separate honors, including Best Digital Medium for Doaneline, from the Nebraska Collegiate Media...
After cancer, Mittelstadt finds her feet again
Kim Mittelstadt ’90 went from playing basketball on Doane’s winningest athletic team to wishing she could just have the energy to walk. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008 and found herself...
Cabinet seeks Vice President for Access, Equity and Diversity
Doane College recognizes that diversity as a strategic goal is not only for enrolling larger numbers of Latino, African American, Asian, American Indian and other underrepresented student...
Doane continues Relay For Life tradition April 11
Entering its 18th year, the longest-running collegiate Relay For Life tradition in the country will add to its legacy again this April. Doane College – confirmed by the American Cancer Society (ACS...
Free speech icon Mary Beth Tinker set to visit Doane
Mary Beth Tinker, the plaintiff in the landmark First Amendment Supreme Court Case Tinker vs. Des Moines Independent School District (1969), will visit Doane College’s School of Arts and Sciences on...
Adams aims to redefine coaching with Lockr
Raymonn Adams ’01 had a few frustrations when he was the running back coach at Doane, one of them being organization. “It is hard for coaches to actually take all their coaching materials and drills...
Lincoln students sparking city initiative
Lincoln has already been named a great place to live. But the Lincoln chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) would like to help expand that title to a great place to...
Lecture series bringing Rev. John Philip Newell to Crete
The annual Otis Young Lecture Series will focus on Christianity and its roots of creation when Scottish writer theologian Rev. John Philip Newell comes to Doane on March 27. Dr. Newell’s speech...
Social media spotlight: Journalism and Media
Today’s media is all about timeliness. So why wait to build your resume? In Doane’s Journalism and Media department, you’ll start reporting on campus news in your first semester. You’ll learn the...
Starr Davis wins conference writing award
Adjunct English Professor Christine Starr Davis has always known she wanted to write. She has been writing since she was little, and it arose out of a huge passion for reading. “Books were constant...
Nothing lost by students graduating in three years
Ben Mulligan '14 found a way. He found a way to immerse himself in two majors and take extra classes outside of those programs just because he was interested in them. He found a way to sing in three...

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