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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...
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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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Doane University has been recognized by College Consensus as one of the top 50 colleges in the nation to offer free online courses. A number of elite and innovative institutions have been offering...
Bombardier Blood screening
Chris Bombardier’s journey was made for the big screen.   The Doane alumnus became the first person in the world with severe hemophilia B to summit Mount Everest on May 22, 2017. Just over seven...
Dr. Tim Frey
The College of Education will have new leadership beginning this summer.   Dr. Tim Frey ’97 ’00E, professor of education and chair of undergraduate education programs, has been named Interim Dean...
Jay Gilbert
Jay Gilbert, professor of music and director of bands at Doane University, has been appointed the Ardis Butler James Endowed Chair for the Advancement of the Liberal and Fine Arts for the 2019-20...
L-R: Hannah Bottom, Hunter Bond, Katie Meyer, Samantha Schmid
For the last two years, Doane University has quietly participated in a program pairing university students with children in Nebraska’s juvenile justice system. The Juvenile Reentry Mentorship...
Morgan Hill ’17
In an odd way, tearing an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) could have been the best thing that happened to Morgan Hill ’17.   The injury happened during her freshman season with the Doane women’s...
Jen McNally and Cole Stark
Two Doane graduates are spearheading a mental health program in the southeast region of Nebraska, serving students, teachers, and staff in seven school districts. Their work has had extremely...
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Doane University's MBA program has received a Top 10 national ranking by MBA Central.   The rankings, which were released on February 1st, showcase the top MBA programs with an emphasis in public...
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Faculty in the department of Modern Languages had the opportunity to present at The Ohio State University’s Community Engagement Conference on Wednesday, January 23 in Columbus, Ohio. Faculty...

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