Senior Arian Alai, wearing a green plaid shirt, hugs Jill Kline, wearing a teal jacket, in front of a black, silver and red balloon arch. In the foreground, students and their families are seated, with only Arian and Jill in focus.
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April 26, 2023

Creating a legacy for Doane's TRiO students

Darcy Dawson ‘04 ‘10C sits next to the window in her office, room 306 in the Fred Brown Center on Doane's Lincoln campus location.
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September 27, 2022

New professional counselor returns to Doane to provide services to Crete, Lincoln, Omaha, online students

Members of Doane University's Leadership Team, Clark & Enersen and Sampson Construction participate in a groundbreaking ceremony for the university's newest residence hall. Sampson Construction provided shovels and hardhats for the event.
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September 22, 2022

Construction begins on new residence hall

Doane University's spring 2021 production of "Lonely Planet" was recognized during the Region 5 Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival, held Jan. 16-22. The production was entirely student-led, and five Doane students received awards.
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January 27, 2022

The “Lonely Planet” as Mason Morrill sees – and directs – it

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.

August 2, 2021

Engineering students partner with Edgerton Explorit

The Explorit Center collaborated with Joel TerMaat, assistant professor of engineering and physics at Doane University-Crete, and his sophomore Engineering Design class to create innovative displays based on the work of American cartoonist Rube Goldberg, whose endeavors spanned a large part of the 20th century. The merging of science and art was a great fit for the partnership between Doane and the center, he said, matching Doane’s philosophy.