Doane again named Great College to Work For
Doane College is one of the best colleges in the nation to work for according to a new survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education. The results, released today in The Chronicle’s annual report on...
Mentoring program connects current students with Doane alumni for career counseling
LINCOLN—Aimed at creating bonds and experiences to help students in their future careers, the School of Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS) in Lincoln worked with the Alumni office to add...
Doane named Best Value college for students' success after graduation
Doane College has been recognized as one of Educate to Career’s “Top Best Value Colleges” for 2014, ranking among the top colleges surveyed nationwide in producing positive student outcomes. Doane...
More than 200 students make Spring 2014 Dean's List
Doane College has named more than 200 students to the Dean's List for the Spring 2014 semester at the School of Arts and Sciences campus in Crete.Doane celebrates the academic accomplishments of its...
Student Achievement Measure for Doane College
Last year Doane College signed on as an early adopter of the Student Achievement Measurement (SAM) project designed to improve reporting of student progress and graduation. SAM is a joint initiative...
Student Achievement Measure for Doane College
Last year Doane College signed on as an early adopter of the Student Achievement Measurement (SAM) project designed to improve reporting of student progress and graduation. SAM is a joint initiative...
Doane joins national coalition to double study abroad students
Doane College has reaffirmed its commitment to global education by joining “Generation Study Abroad,” the Institute of International Education’s (IIE) national coalition of college and universities...
Set for success: Williams wins national set design award
Kim Williams’ set design for Doane Theatre’s fall production of Bertolt Brecht’s “Mother Courage” spoke volumes. Theatre Director Rob McKercher’s wanted to take the play about war and set in post-...
Gentry Doane headed back to Germany with Fulbright grant
Gentry Doane ’14 was faced with a major life decision—one that he couldn’t have fathomed had it not been for a high school Spanish class—and held his breath. No matter his next choice, he had...
Record-setters: More than $76,000 raised at Relay For Life
Doane College, with the oldest collegiate Relay For Life tradition in the country, had its best fundraising year ever, collecting $76,662 as of April 18. Overnight on April 11-12, the night of the...
Students to show off research at 14th annual MindExpo
Doane College’s 14th annual MindExpo will begin at 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 17, in Perry Memorial Campus Center's Nyrop Hall. The psychology of Facebook through art; a comparison of frog population...
Free speech icon Mary Beth Tinker set to visit Doane
Mary Beth Tinker, the plaintiff in the landmark First Amendment Supreme Court Case Tinker vs. Des Moines Independent School District (1969), will visit Doane College’s School of Arts and Sciences on...
Adams aims to redefine coaching with Lockr
Raymonn Adams ’01 had a few frustrations when he was the running back coach at Doane, one of them being organization. “It is hard for coaches to actually take all their coaching materials and drills...
Lincoln students sparking city initiative
Lincoln has already been named a great place to live. But the Lincoln chapter of the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) would like to help expand that title to a great place to...
Lecture series bringing Rev. John Philip Newell to Crete
The annual Otis Young Lecture Series will focus on Christianity and its roots of creation when Scottish writer theologian Rev. John Philip Newell comes to Doane on March 27. Dr. Newell’s speech...

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