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New Three-Year Graduation Program will save students time, money
Doane College will begin offering a new three-year degree program that will save eligible undergraduates money on the cost of their degree and give them an extra year of earning power. Doane is the...
Three faculty members speaking in Sci Pop Talks!
LINCOLN - Could chemistry help in surviving a zombie apocalypse? Could mind control take place in the future? Could the characters of the hit TV show “Breaking Bad” have made better decisions? Doane...
Social media spotlight: Doane Track and Field
One program. One meaning.Doane’s storied track and field program is synonymous with excellence. Whether competing indoors in the newly renovated Fuhrer Field House or outdoors on Lauritsen Track,...
Weitl aims to use professorship to finishbook
Phil Weitl, English associate professor, has been appointed to the Ardis Butler James Endowed Professorship for 2014-15.  The professorship creates an opportunity for faculty in the arts and...
After graduation, Cox returns to Late Show
New York City has called graduate Callie Cox back to its streets. Cox '13 graduated from Doane after the fall semester with majors in Journalism and Media and English with a minor in theatre. Last...
Social media spotlight: Biology
We live in a big, beautiful world.And in our Biology department, we give you the foundation to not just understand how it works. We teach you how to solve its problems. This curriculum isn’t...
Expanded College to Career Center launches
There has never been a more heightened focus on the outcome of a college education. And Doane College is ready to answer, adding yet another resource for students with the new College to Career...
Jakubowski wins NAA award, brings new lessons to classrooms
Brad Jakubowski doesn't need accolades for inspiration. But when the Nebraska Arborists Association (NAA) presented him with their Educator of the Year Award last week, he didn’t simply shrug it off...
Lincoln expert Wilson shares history with SWE
Former professor, author, award-winner and Doane graduate are just a few ways you can describe Douglas Wilson ’57. The Doane alumnus was contacted by Director of Instrumental Music Jay Gilbert when...
Beile Arena dedication all about a program
On a night that was supposed to be all about him, of course, Fred Beile made it about everyone else.Friday night in the newly renovated and reopened Fuhrer Field House, the Fred Beile Arena...
Social media spotlight: Music
We want you to sing your heart out.We want you to bring your rhythm.We want you to find the harmony between boundless passion and applied excellence at the College of doing what you love.Bring your...
Alternative Spring Break heading to Moore, Okla.
Spring break is a time where many students choose to recuperate from the semester. “I slept all week my freshman year (spring break),” Aileen Gelb '15 said. “There are just better things you can do...
Multicultural programming expanded for Black History Month
Multicultural Support Services (MSS) is sponsoring the Saakmu Dance Troupe for its Black History Month event, but is also coordinating Karnaval – a Fat Tuesday celebration – with International...
Social media spotlight on: Theatre
There isn’t just one factor that goes into an award-winning theatre program.It’s many things, and you’ll learn all of them in Doane Theatre, where a history of excellence in costume, sound and set...
Crecelius to share KKi's dream as part of Hansen Speaker Series
Kohl Crecelius is bringing his organization's “Buy a hat. Change a life.” mantra to the Doane. The CEO and co-founder of non-profit Krochet Kids int’l (KKi) will share his messages of hope,...

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