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Imagine the possibilities if more support was invested in student scholarships and awards to engage the next generation of engineers in Nebraska, the nation and the world.

Imagine the possibilities if more was invested in academic programs to enable young minds to creatively manage and solve problems and convert opportunities into successes.

Imagine the possibilities if more was invested in the outstanding faculty members who challenge and educate the engineering leaders of tomorrow.

These and other critical goals guide the Campaign for Nebraska: Unlimited Possibilities. The University of Nebraska Foundation’s comprehensive fundraising initiative seeks to raise $1.2 billion by 2014 for priority areas of the university, including $60 million to advance the UNL College of Engineering.

With hard work and support from many alumni and friends, just imagine:
What will the College of Engineering look like when the campaign concludes?

Campaign for Nebraska Priorities

  • Student Scholarships and Fellowships
  • Global Education
  • Endowed Professorships and Teaching Professorships
  • Program Development
  • General Support

Recruiting and retaining bright and talented students contributes to the vitality of the University of Nebraska but has become a competitive activity. Rising tuition costs and reduced state funding is another reason student financial aid is the key to ensure all students have access to higher education. Additional endowed scholarships and fellowships are needed now to reduce the financial burdens placed on students while encouraging them to obtain their education and launch their careers in Nebraska.

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To contribute or for more information about Campaign for Nebraska priorities, contact

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Karen Moellering at;

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Nicholas Shada at

or call 800-432-3216.

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