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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...
Ryan Rutar ’15A
Ryan Rutar ’15A was all smiles on Friday, and for good reason.   The Doane Master of Arts in Management graduate was recognized at the Nebraska Dental Hygienists Association annual convention as...
Peter Strobel ’19
From the moment Peter Strobel ’19 stepped on campus, history professor Dr. Mark Orsag knew he was an extraordinarily gifted student.   How bright exactly?   In Orsag’s 21 years at Doane, he has...
Carl Manello (left) and Ryan Bauer ’18A (right)
Iron sharpens iron.   That’s one way Ryan Bauer ’18A, a recent graduate of Doane’s Master of Arts in Management program, describes the relationship he’s developed with Carl Manello, Vice President...
Relay For Life at Fuhrer Fieldhouse
Seventeen years ago, students at Doane University (still College at that time) did something that had never been done at any institute of higher learning anywhere in the world before. What they did...
Michael Shavlik ’18
In 2014, Michael Shavlik ’18 came to Doane with aspirations of becoming a teacher after graduation. Five years later, Shavlik is teaching, but in a much different capacity than he would have ever...
Ross Ricenbaw
Another Doane College of Education graduate (and current student) has received a prestigious award.   Ross Ricenbaw ’05E, a 2005 graduate of Doane’s Curriculum and Instruction program and current...
Corbin Hubbell
There are involved students…. and then there’s Corbin Hubbell ’20.   To say that Hubbell, a junior political science and history major at Doane, stays busy, would be an understatement.  ...
Dr. Tommie Lindsey
“Anyone can be a teacher...but not a lot can care.” Caring. Seeing. Fighting -- for students and for social justice.   That was the heart of Dr. Tommie Lindsey’s message “My Living Shall Not Be in...
Dr. John Schwartz
Dr. John Schwartz ’02, ’05E, ’08E, ’14E, ’18DE has done just about everything possible to prepare himself to be a leader and administrator in education.   Schwartz has five degrees from Doane...
Rebecca Streff accepts Milken Educator Award
What started as a typical Monday at school quickly turned into a surprise for the ages for Rebecca Streff ’13E.   Streff, who received a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from Doane...
Degree+ wordmark
Beginning this fall, Doane University will unveil a new offering for senior undergraduate students that allows eligible students to take two graduate-level courses at no additional cost. The...

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