“We love what we did,” Sharon Holyoke said. “And we just hope we leave the world a better place than we started.”
Last updated March 20, 2020 This is information about how the University of Nebraska Foundation is responding to the coronavirus (COVID-19) public health crisis as
UNMC and Nebraska Medicine are among those helping care for people who may be affected in some way by the coronavirus. They expertly handled the treatment of patients with Ebola and are among the leaders in the treatment, training and quarantine methods for highly infectious diseases.
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Radiel Cardentey-Uranga graduated from UNMC in May with high distinction. From Cuba to Columbus Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin UNMC graduate
With $90 million in private gifts, new facility will be first of its kind in nation Children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities will
Cancer survivor’s generosity benefits UNMC and others who’ve helped him Steve Sears has been highly successful in his life. After receiving his undergraduate degree in
University of Nebraska Medical Center collaborates on historic study PHOTO: Members of the UNMC research team included: Back row (left-right) – James Hilaire, Brady Sillman,
On June 24, 2019, the University of Nebraska Medical Center community gathered to ceremonially break ground on its new campus welcome center — the Wigton
Group’s total contribution now exceeds $215,000 since 2014.
For two decades, a research fund has supported the efforts of leading research scientists at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in the pursuit of treatments and a cure for Alzheimer’s disease.
When you make a gift to the University of Nebraska Foundation you can trust that it will be used in the way in which it was intended. That’s a promise we’ve kept with our donors since our organization was founded in 1936.