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Nishesh Yadav ’20
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, known as the NAIA, is comprised of 65,000 student-athletes, 250 schools, and 21 conferences. Doane University, a member of the Great Plains...
Members of Doane football teams from 1967-1970
Fifty years ago, arguably the most dominant college football team in the country at any level was Doane College in Crete, Nebraska.   In October of 1969, Doane was in the midst of an undefeated...
Jacque Carter with Bruce and Margaret Sheffield
Doane University hosted its annual Alumni Awards Banquet on Sunday, October 13 to recognize nine alumni award winners. The event put a bow on the 2019 Together as Tigers Homecoming week at Doane,...
Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion ribbon cutting
Doane University is excited to formally announce the formation of the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.   In Doane’s 147-year history, this marks the first time the university has had a...
Karla Cooper ’18DE
Rev. Dr. Karla Cooper ’18DE, an adjunct professor and special assistant in education at Doane, will be the keynote speaker at the 2019 NAACP Lincoln Branch Freedom Fund Banquet. The banquet will be...
Homecoming 2019 logo
Doane University will celebrate “Homecoming 2019: Together as Tigers” the week of October 6-13 with events at multiple locations in Crete, Lincoln, Omaha, and Grand Island.   Doane’s Homecoming...
Megan Perry ’15
Megan Perry ’15, a University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) student pursuing a Ph.D. in genetics, cell biology, and anatomy, was recently announced as one of six recipients of a Presidential...
Dr. Paulvince Otieno Obuon
Dr. Paulvince Otieno Obuon ’08, ’11E, ’19DE stepped foot in Nebraska for the first time in 2006. His initial reaction was not uncommon for those who have never visited the Cornhusker State.   “...
John Perry ’64
When Dr. John Perry ’64 first stepped onto campus at then-Doane College in 1960, he expected to leave as four-year football letterman and a future attorney. Instead, he found himself a new path, as...
Sasha Dobson
She’s studied Shakespeare, performed in Shakespeare plays, worked for a professional Shakespeare company, and now, for the first time, gets to direct a Shakespeare production.    Sasha Dobson, a...
Karen Lamb ’83
Karen Hochstetler Lamb ’83, knew she was a Tiger the moment she set foot on Doane’s campus for the first time in May 1979.   “I remember how I felt when I saw the campus for the first time, like it...
College of Business logo
Doane University has established a College of Business to consolidate its business degree programs (undergraduate and graduate) that were previously within the College of Arts & Sciences and the...
IHPH Symposium
The Institute for Human and Planetary Health (IHPH) at Doane University is excited to host its second annual symposium, Symposium 2019: “Finding Leverage for Systems Change in Food, Water, Energy,...
Jackson Bates ’20 in Alaska
Hiking 650 miles in three months is a feat in of itself.   But when that hiking is done for impactful research, aiming to combat one of the largest environmental issues our world is facing today,...
Tayma Sebek ’20
Doane University is proud to announce senior Tayma Sebek ’20 is this year’s recipient of the Dolly Brt Denney scholarship.   Sebek, a senior Elementary Education major with an Early Childhood...

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