News for 2019

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...
Doane President Dr. Jacque Carter and Northeast President Dr. Michael Chipps
Doane University and Northeast Community College signed an institutional agreement on Monday, May 13 that ensures the opportunity for a Northeast student to transfer and complete a bachelor’s degree...
Alan Songster ’19L
Over 30 years ago, shortly after Doane’s Lincoln campus for nontraditional students first opened, the college used this phrase in marketing materials as a tagline for the new Lincoln campus:  ...
Andres and Vinicio Mora
At Doane’s Commencement ceremonies, each graduate hears their name called, walks across the stage, and receives their diploma from Dr. Jacque Carter, president of Doane University. This is a...
Vergillia, Frank III, and Frank Chacon, Jr.
While Commencement marks a special day for each and every graduate, Saturday’s Commencement ceremony at Doane was uniquely special for one family.   Frank Chacon, Jr. ’19L, a technology specialist...
Lyn Forester in her office
After a 27-year career at Doane and nearly 50 years total working in education, Dr. Lyn Forester is set to retire as dean of the College of Education this summer.   Under her leadership and with...
First Forward logo
Doane University has been recognized for its commitment to the success of first-generation students with its recognition as a First Forward Institution and its inclusion in the inaugural First...
Michael Pulliam and Jose Valdez
Doane University is excited to announce the newest recipients of the Krantz Scholarship, Jose Valdez ’23 and Michael Pulliam ’23.   Valdez is a senior at Crete High School who plans to major in...
Doane men's tennis
The last time the Doane men’s tennis team won the GPAC regular season championship, none of the current players on Doane’s tennis team were born. Or even close to being born.   It’s been 39 years...
Nick Iwata ’19
It’s not too often you come across a student who has two tremendous opportunities lined up before graduation, but can only choose one for next year.   Begin medical school in the fall or accept the...
Erin Cico-Konecky with Governor Pete Ricketts
October 12, 2017.   It’s an emotion-filled day for Erin Cico-Konecky ’04, ’10E and her family, for many reasons.   Cico-Konecky has just given birth to her second child, Spencer. Her husband, Tim...

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