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Ann Kelsall
She might be 93 years old, but Ann Kelsall has the wit, energy, and enthusiasm of a 39 year-old.   Ann, who was born in Newark, New Jersey and lived in New Jersey for 65 years, has lived in Crete...
2017-18 Doane Ambassadors
If you’re a current or former undergraduate student at Doane, there’s a good chance one of your first impressions of the university was made during a campus tour in Crete. In the admission process,...
Since its inception in 2010, Doane’s RN to BSN program has helped many registered nurses (RNs) develop a broader array of professional skills through the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree...
Doane students with project CURE
Spring break.   To a college student, it’s two words you look forward to hearing all winter. A weeklong break from school allows students to kick back, relax, and let your mind and body refresh...
student in a cornfield
Beginning this fall, Doane University will begin offering a Bachelor of Arts in Agribusiness. The agricultural courses are offered exclusively online allowing students to pursue a bachelor’s degree...
Flags of Doane's Greek organizations
Doane’s annual Greek Week, which ran from February 24-March 3, wrapped up Saturday night with 99 new pledges joining Greek organizations. Greek Week, which can also be recognized as new member...
Ashley and Amanda Cook
They look the same. Act the same. Have the same major. Live in the same dorm room. Compete on the same team. In the same events.   Ashley and Amanda Cook ’20 are identical twins, and aren’t...
Sarah Zulkowski
Sarah Zulkoski is on pins and needles hoping for good news on several pending grants submitted by Doane University faculty. As Doane’s director of grants and foundation relations, Zulkoski helps...
Dr. Christina Wilson and Dr. Andrea Holmes
Doane professors Dr. Andrea Holmes and Dr. Christina Wilson have been recognized for their outstanding nanotechnology research work, earning a spotlight in the publication Scientia, a global science...
Julie Kozisek teaching in a classroom
When Dr. Cate Sommervold became director of Doane’s Doctorate in Education program in 2015, one of the first things she did was to create an advisory council, a swath of people from various areas of...
Bret Andrew
It’s 4:00 on a Wednesday afternoon in the fall. The Doane choir is practicing for an upcoming concert. Notes are belting, music is flowing, and cleats are tapping? That is, at least for one member...
drummers at Lunar New Year celebration
This past Monday was not your traditional Monday night on the Doane campus. Nyrop Hall was filled with music, food, and fun as Doane’s celebration of the Lunar New Year was held. Friday, February 16...
Dodd family on McKenna's senior night
Oftentimes, Doane University is described as a ‘family-like’ atmosphere. For the Dodd family, that statement holds a literal meaning. Over the last six decades-plus, 11 Dodd’s have attended Doane....
Fred and Esther Beile
On Sunday, February 18, the Doane community was saddened to hear the news of the passing of legendary track and field coach Fred Beile. He was 86 years old. Coach Beile had been ill for several...
Engineering professor Chris Wentworth with students
Omaha native Dalton Fellows ’19 came to Doane as a biology major. After his freshman year, he spent his summer working for a civil engineering company that handled road projects in Omaha and...

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