The impact of your gift starts right here in Nebraska and extends far beyond state lines.
Jack Henry knows firsthand what it’s like to lose a loved one to a life-threatening illness. So it was tough to learn his mother had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. In gratitude for the care she has received, Jack decided to give back as part of the first-ever UNMC Giving Day — For the Greater Good.
Enthusiasm was on full display as approximately 1,500 students, faculty and staff from across the University of Nebraska System gathered to celebrate the launch of Only in Nebraska: A Campaign for Our University’s Future.
Ron Krutsinger’s life was defined by his passion for Nebraska’s cattle business. He embraced the freedom of wide-open spaces growing up on his family’s southwest Nebraska ranch and built a career in the industry by raising, buying and selling cattle. So when Ron passed away in 2020, his wife, Carol Krutsinger of Norfolk, Nebraska, decided […]
University of Nebraska–Lincoln graduates Hunter Suchsland and Cade Ludwig found a way to monetize their passion for fishing through the Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program. The duo started their fishing lure business with seed money and advice from the UNL program. “We’ve quadrupled sales and customers from year one to year two,” Suchsland said.
The College of Engineering’s Kiewit Hall isn’t slated to open until January 2024, but the still-under-construction building is already a landmark at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln — both for what it is and what it represents for Nebraska.