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Doane University’s recently launched Agribusiness program is expanding its course offerings to undergraduate students on the Crete campus.   Beginning this month, Doane’s College of Arts &...
Students in MAM cohort 58 at 2018 Winter Commencement
Doane University’s December Commencement ceremony marked the 25th year of graduates in the Master of Arts in Management (also known as MAM) program. The program has seen students elevate their...
Jessica Shultis receives her diploma
While she typically sports a crown and sash to represent her title as Miss Nebraska when traveling the state, on Sunday, Jessica Shultis ’18A traded the crown and sash for a cap and gown at Doane...
Winter Commencement at Haddix
Doane University recognized graduates from the College of Professional Studies and College of Education at its December Commencement ceremony on Sunday, December 16. Approximately 300 undergraduate...
Charlaine Tso ’12
Before she made the final decision to attend Doane College in 2008, Charlaine Tso ’12 did what a lot of prospective students do and talked about it with members of her family, including her...
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The new year will bring some new beginnings at Doane University. Among them is a new leadership structure, President Dr. Jacque Carter announced yesterday.   For many years, Doane has referred to...
Betsy Tonniges
Betsy Tonniges ’06 ’09E ’11E practices what she preaches.   In her own words, she is self-described as a “fierce advocate for education.”   She has received four college degrees -- three of them...
students calling during Greek phone-a-thon
It was another successful year for the Greek phone-a-thon, an annual fundraising initiative from the advancement office that gives student callers the opportunity to connect with alumni of their...
Kristen Erthum ’10 visiting with students
A go-getter mentality, a curiosity to always be learning, and a passion for international affairs has gotten Kristen Erthum ’10 from the small town of Ainsworth, Nebraska to working for the United...
Christine Bolles ’98
How does a girl make her way from the small town of Wahoo to the bustling world of Chicago’s theatre scene, and later even onto television? Hard work, a good education, a leaky roof, and more than a...
Dana Johnson ’19 with her awards
It’s no accident that Dana Johnson ’19 became the first Doane student to be recognized as the Society of Health & Physical Educators (SHAPE) Physical Education Major of the Year.   Dana has...
Doane music performing
Doane’s music department will be center stage at the Nebraska Music Education Association (NMEA) awards banquet Thursday evening in Lincoln.   A Doane music faculty member, recent alumnae, and...
Lauren Schmidt, Madisyn Ayres, Dr. Courtney Baillie, Matthew Gilg, Jackson Love
Every Doane senior accounting major has been awarded a scholarship from the Nebraska Society of CPAs, a rare feat for Doane, or any other school.   Six students (five seniors and one junior) were...
Doane University fared well in College Factual's 2019 College Rankings, ranking in the top 15% nationally in a number of different categories. Doane is ranked 142nd in the nation (out of 2,486...
K-12 students watching a FlipGrid video on their computers
Using technology to connect with students from across the country -- and world, Doane’s biology department has adopted unique methods to enhance their student’s abilities as science communicators...

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