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Doane joins national coalition to double study abroad students
Doane College has reaffirmed its commitment to global education by joining “Generation Study Abroad,” the Institute of International Education’s (IIE) national coalition of college and universities...
Doane Awards May Degrees
Approximately 650 undergraduate and graduate degrees were awarded during the college's Commencement celebration on Sunday, May 18, in Cassel Open Air Theatre in Crete, Nebraska. School of Graduate...
Set for success: Williams wins national set design award
Kim Williams’ set design for Doane Theatre’s fall production of Bertolt Brecht’s “Mother Courage” spoke volumes. Theatre Director Rob McKercher’s wanted to take the play about war and set in post-...
Gentry Doane headed back to Germany with Fulbright grant
Gentry Doane ’14 was faced with a major life decision—one that he couldn’t have fathomed had it not been for a high school Spanish class—and held his breath. No matter his next choice, he had...
Doane College receives ESGR Seven Seals Award
Doane College will receive the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Seven Seals Award for the state of Nebraska on May 17. The award is one of the highest given to any entity committed...
First GPS Students Receive LIVE Doane Scholarships
For adult learners like Dana Jackson of Lincoln, balance is as essential to her educational journey as textbooks. The full-time respiratory therapist and mother of two moves purposefully through her...
Doane Commencement spans May 17-18
Doane College will mark Commencement 2014 with a weekend of activities, culminating in the commencement ceremony Sunday, May 18. More than 650 undergraduate and graduate degrees will be awarded...
Poet-in-residence Scheele to share latest collections April 24
Doane’s Poet-in-Residence Roy Scheele has been translating work by German poet Christoph Meckel since 1974. While he only translates the poetry “here and there," Scheele recently submitted five...
Record-setters: More than $76,000 raised at Relay For Life
Doane College, with the oldest collegiate Relay For Life tradition in the country, had its best fundraising year ever, collecting $76,662 as of April 18. Overnight on April 11-12, the night of the...
National sustainability pledge to highlight Earth Day celebration
Doane College is ready to join a national coalition of colleges in making sustainability efforts a part of its very livelihood. Doane President Jacque Carter will sign the American College &...
Students to show off research at 14th annual MindExpo
Doane College’s 14th annual MindExpo will begin at 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 17, in Perry Memorial Campus Center's Nyrop Hall. The psychology of Facebook through art; a comparison of frog population...
Doane Announces New Director of Annual Fund and Advancement Operations
Amy Jurgens has joined Doane’s Advancement Office as the director of annual fund and advancement operations. She will be in charge of the Doane Scholarship fund and general operations in the...
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...

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