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Taylor Siebert ’07
Taylor Siebert ‘07 might have not always received the best grades in school, but he knew how to work hard.   “I was an average kid; I got an 18 on the ACT twice,” he says. “I had to work really hard...
Exercise Science students conducting a Max VO2 Treadmill test
The name of the major has changed, but the name and mission of the department has not. What was formerly known as the health and human performance major, in Doane’s Health and Human Performance...
Katie Brauer Morris ’13
For the third consecutive year, a Doane graduate was selected by the Nebraska Music Education Association (NMEA) as the Nebraska Young Music Educator of the Year. Katie Brauer Morris ’13 was this...
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Nebraska Transition College is pleased to announce two new collaborative relationships with Doane University and West Gate Bank – both of which will allow for student progression and expansion of...
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Doane University has received a renewal grant of $249,996 from the Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) to continue to deliver effective, comprehensive, and coordinated...
suturing lab during pre-health boot camp
Doane University has revamped its Health Sciences major within the recently-formed Health Sciences Division, providing students interested in the health professions with the foundation needed to...
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Doane University has formed a Division of Health Sciences in the School of Integrative Learning, providing the university with a new infrastructure to create, revise, and retool Doane’s academic...
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Earlier this year, Doane University formed the School of Integrative Learning within its academic structure, adding to the previously established College of Arts & Sciences, College of...
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...
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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...

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