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Professor Michelle Paxton, Director, Children's Justice Clinic and Center on Children, Families, and the Law, photoshoot for law college. November 12, 2021. Photo by Craig Chandler / University Communication

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Giving Voice to the Vulnerable

The Children’s Justice Clinic, now permanently endowed, provides abused and neglected children advocates in court while offering hands-on experience for student attorneys.

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Faculty, Clinical and Academic Excellence

Bringing Health Care Home

During his 22-year tenure as UNK chancellor, Doug Kristensen, J.D., has been a dedicated advocate of bringing health care education to the Kearney campus and creating jobs where they’re needed most.

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Burnett Society

Serving Nebraska, Serving Students

Growing up, the Marsh kids always knew their parents valued education. Today, the Frank and Shirley Marsh Scholarship Fund honors their memory and their significant contributions to Nebraska and UNL.

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Burnett Society

Reaching Students Where They Are

Lou Anne Rinn is not simply giving back to students at her alma mater. She is reaching them in the most effective ways, considering obstacles and how she can help students get around them.

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Student Access and Success

Investing in Students

Doug Waggoner has created a unique program for business majors at UNL. Investors With Purpose is a wealth management course that brings students together with global investment professionals.

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Faculty, Clinical and Academic Excellence

‘Public Health, It’s Everything’

Katie Weitz believes the College of Public Health can make the world a better place. But it’s hard to explain what it is: “I think everybody would care about public health if they knew what it was.”

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Student Access and Success

Building Nebraska

A newly opened six-story building on the University of Nebraska–Lincoln campus was designed with state-of-the-art features to prepare a growing number of engineering, construction and computing graduates.

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