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Major MJ Hegar, a veteran who paved the way for women in combat, will serve as the Hansen Leadership Speakers Assembly presenter by sharing her talk, “Be the Change”, Tuesday, November 3 at 7 p.m....
Doane College’s theater department chair Rob McKercher has been cast in the sole role of the Lied Center’s fall 2015 presentation of “The Things They Carried,” based on the best-selling book by Tim...
Doane College will host a screening event of “Oil & Water”, a powerful documentary featuring the continuing destruction of the Amazon rainforest. The screening will take place at 6 p.m. on...
Doane College has a strong passion for supporting the Nebraska military troops. Operation Nebraska Cares is an event that was to pack and send care packages to Nebraska’s recently deployed military...
Doane College announced today a freshman class of 330 students on its Crete campus, representing the second-largest cohort in school history and an increase of more than 17 percent from the 2014...
Doane ranked among nations best colleges for 2015-16
Each year, Doane College is heralded as one of the best liberal arts and sciences options for higher education in the country. It’s no different for the 2015-16 academic year. This summer, The...
Doane ranked among nations best colleges for 2015-16
Each year, Doane College is heralded as one of the best liberal arts and sciences options for higher education in the country. It’s no different for the 2015-16 academic year. This summer, The...
Three Doane students from the college's campus in Grand Island have been presented with a College Park Scholarship. Vladimir Bazan (criminal justice and public administration), Melissa Pedroza (...
Doane ensemble performing in 2016 Sousa festival at Kennedy Center
Doane College’s Symphonic Wind Ensemble is taking its show on the road next semester, performing in the John Philip Sousa Festival on April 3, 2016, at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing...
Students, faculty gain insights through LAR book, tests
With this year’s Liberal Arts Requirement seminar for first-year students at Doane's School of Arts and Sciences, it’s a matter of something old and something new. Students across the many different...
Money ranks Doane No. 1 in Nebraska again
For the second year in a row, Money—a Time Inc. publication and website—has given Doane College’s School of Arts and Sciences in Crete the highest ranking of any undergraduate college in Nebraska in...
Doane hires Sommervold to lead education doctorate program
For the sake of clarity, Dr. Cate Sommervold wants you to know that even though her passion is in education, she still loves science. A lot. Even while working as a regional academic dean for...
Lessons learned for Fulbright recipients Sather, Strobl
Lizzie Sather ’15 and Tyler Strobl ’15 are each one of a kind. But together, they’re quite the pair—and they have been for some time. They know each other so well that they’re finishing each other...
Doane College has announced students named to the Dean's List for Spring 2015. Students must achieve a minimum 3.7 grade point average on a 4.0 scale and hold 12 graded hours to qualify for this...
Jill Smith Elected to Lead Doane College Board of Trustees
Doane College alumna Jill Smith '74 was elected chair of the college’s Board of Trustees during its April 23-24 meeting at the School of Arts and Sciences campus. Smith joined the board in 1997 and...

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