News for 2019

Karen Lamb ’83
Karen Hochstetler Lamb ’83, knew she was a Tiger the moment she set foot on Doane’s campus for the first time in May 1979.   “I remember how I felt when I saw the campus for the first time, like it...
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Doane University has established a College of Business to consolidate its business degree programs (undergraduate and graduate) that were previously within the College of Arts & Sciences and the...
IHPH Symposium
The Institute for Human and Planetary Health (IHPH) at Doane University is excited to host its second annual symposium, Symposium 2019: “Finding Leverage for Systems Change in Food, Water, Energy,...
Jackson Bates ’20 in Alaska
Hiking 650 miles in three months is a feat in of itself.   But when that hiking is done for impactful research, aiming to combat one of the largest environmental issues our world is facing today,...
Tayma Sebek ’20
Doane University is proud to announce senior Tayma Sebek ’20 is this year’s recipient of the Dolly Brt Denney scholarship.   Sebek, a senior Elementary Education major with an Early Childhood...
Doane Grand Island campus
Doane University is excited to host a ribbon cutting at its Grand Island campus on Friday, September 6 to unveil new renovations to the building. Doane’s Grand Island campus, which first opened in...
Midwest Hemp Forum in Pilger, NE
Pilger, Nebraska, a small community of approximately 370 people, had its community center full to capacity on Friday, August 16 for the Northeast Nebraska Hemp Farmers Forum. Organized by the...
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Doane University is set to launch a Professional Cannabis Certificate Program on DoaneX, the first of its kind offered by a university in Nebraska.    The program, titled “Cannabis Science and...
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CRETE -- Follett Corporation, the largest campus retailer in North America, recently announced that the Doane University Campus Bookstore has transitioned to Follett Higher Education Group...
Doane staff members Andrew Brown, Wilma Jackson, Daniel Maganda
CRETE -- Student-athletes on fall sports teams have arrived on campus, faculty are filing in, and with the annual Back 2 School drive held yesterday evening, the return of the school year is...
Middle school students involved in Launch Leadership
Launch Leadership, a Lincoln-based youth leadership nonprofit, and Doane University have announced that Launch Leadership’s longstanding Summer Leadership Workshops will move to Doane’s Crete campus...
Mobile Food Pantry in February at Doane University
Community service, volunteering, and giving back. They’re one and the same, and all very important to Doane University.    Doane has long emphasized the importance of its students, faculty, and...
Jake Elswick, Luis Sotelo
Doane University President Dr. Jacque Carter has announced the appointment of Jake Elswick as Vice President of Enrollment and Student Experience and Luis Sotelo as Vice President for Diversity,...
Taylor McHugh ’20
Taylor McHugh ’20 represented Doane University at the 2019 Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference, held June 24-27 in San Antonio, Texas.   McHugh, a business administration, law/politics/...
Students from Adventure Zone Camp outside the Omaha Zoo
For the 15th consecutive year, Doane University hosted students from Senshu University Matsuda Junior High School (SenMatsu) in Chiba, Japan for Adventure Zone Camp. The camp, which ran from June 16...

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