Students enjoy a sunny day in Cassel Theatre.
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November 28, 2022

You can't know until you try: Heather Thompson ’96 follows passion for writing, publishing children's books

Four middle school girls work on creating paper models of shapes like pyramids, cubes and dodecahedrons with the help of Dr. Margaret Watts and Dr. Barbara Jennings Herzog, who teach math at Doane University, and Bailee Baack, a junior elementary and special education major. They are in one of the classrooms in Doane's Lied science building.

November 8, 2021

Making Math Matter to Middle School Girls

Dr. Margaret Watts, assistant professor of mathematics at Doane, started GEMS this fall to teach young girls that math is more than arithmetic and geometry. And that while it can be a challenge, it can be a fun challenge.

Dr. Cale Stolle presents scholarships to senior engineering students Ryan Lasauskas, left, and Kenny Kemp, right. They are standing in a classroom in the Lied Science and Mathematicsbuilding.
Scholarships News

November 4, 2021

Scholarships announced for two engineering students

Two scholarships were presented by Dr. Cale Stolle and Dr. Joel Termaat, both assistant professors of engineering, to senior engineering students Kendricks “Kenny” Kemp and Ryan Lasauskas. Kemp received the Commander & Mrs. E.J. Fridrich Achievement Scholarship and Lasauskas received the Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp. U.S.A. Scholarship.

Four Doane students climb into the driver's and passenger's sides of two Tesla vehicles, a blue sedan in the foreground and a sporty red roadster in the background.

October 28, 2021

What's better than taking a test? Taking a test drive, of course!

Students in Dr. Russ Souchek's EVS 201 Environmental Sciences class spent a period learning about climate change — including how demand for electric vehicles has made availability wider and costs lower. Then they got behind the wheel themselves.