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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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Student Access and Success

Helping Paint a Bright Future

Artist Valery Wachter has established a planned gift supporting studio arts majors in the College of Fine and Performing Arts at UNL.

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Providing a Living Legacy

Dana Falter and his brothers are honoring their hometown of Creighton, Nebraska, with a scholarship fund for business and technology students who attend UNK.

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NCTA

‘Prepared to Go Out Into the World’

Chase Glover didn’t think college was for him. His plans changed after his high school Future Farmers of America adviser suggested he check out the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture. He traveled to Curtis, Nebraska, and took a tour. The experience changed Glover’s mind about college and planted the seeds for his future.

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Student Access and Success

Learning to Fly

Gemma Ossi is on her way to becoming a professional pilot with the help of a new, privately funded addition at UNO’s Aviation Institute — a Boeing 737 jet simulator.

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Simulating to Keep Patients Safe

Simulators provide a controlled environment for learning to fly an aircraft or drive a car. In health care, visualization and simulation technology is teaching students to treat patients safely.

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Faculty, Clinical and Academic Excellence

'A Newly Minted Husker'

Rodney D. Bennett, Ed.D., took office as the 21st chancellor of UNL July 1. Pride of Place interviewed him to discover his vision for the university.

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