Homecoming 2009 features a special reunion for Unionaires and Concert Winds members who studied under Lynn Wickham and Dan Shultz (click here to visit the music reunion Web site). For those alumni who cannot make it, the Sabbath afternoon concert will be streamed live, starting Sabbath at 4:00 p.m. CST.
The challenge of something new propels Jim McClelland on his artistic journey. Whether he’s focused on an abstract or a classic landscape, whatever he is working on at the moment is his favorite.
Union College Campus Ministries is hosting the North American Division (NAD) Campus Ministries Convention March 18-21. More than 100 chaplains and campus ministries student leaders from 14 colleges and universities will share ideas and inspiration for the four-day event.
Union College’s drama department will present “The Tempest” March 5 through April 4 in Woods Auditorium.
For the past two years at Union College, Ann Bryant, a senior business administration major, has been the coordinator of Project Impact, the lon
Six miles of shelves stacked with books and journals wound around him.
The library is currently seeking nominations for 2009 Library Teacher of the Year. Faculty, staff, and students may nominate a teacher by submitting the teacher's name and a short paragraph explaining why they think this individual should be selected to Sabrina Riley (mailto:sariley@ucollege
As Union Scholars focus their attention on finding solutions to global issues, they have the distinct advantage of having international travel and study built right into the honors curriculum.
The three week course in May 2010 began with a couple days of instruction at Union College then moved on to Sabah, Malaysia where students conducted "windshield" surveys of the village researching their needs. The trip concluded with visits to Hong Kong and China.
A Classroom with a View: A Literal Walk Through Tuscany (6.93MB PDF) is the culmination of a class project by Rachel Turner from an Honors Topics course; A Literary Walk in Tuscany.
Besides being both informative and enlightening, the trip to Dallas included much joy and laughter. I deeply appreciated the opportunity to learn more about such an ancient culture while relaxing in the tranquil atmosphere of the SWAU campus. This Scholars trip was truly a joy. ~ Serena Stevens – Psychology
The votes are in and the Union College Associated Student Body has chosen new leaders for the 2009-2010 academic year. Online voting began Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. shortly after the candidates presented speeches to the student body during convocation and closed Wednesday evening.
The four executive officers are:
The new Research Assistance Program (RAP) is being offered by Union's librarians to aid students with their research. Appointment forms for the program are at the library's circulation desk and on the library's Web site under "Reference Services." Bring the form to the library or send it via intercampus mail. When you complete the form before the interview, librarians a
Originally, Alicia Archer’s plan for college did not include Nebraska.
In 1891 United Way, then called Charity Organizations Society, began changing lives in local communities. According to the United Way of Lincoln and Lancaster County, Union’s employee contributions are a crucial part of helping keep that dream alive 118 years later as part of the Leadership Giving program.
Steve Herrera, Union College alumnus, grew up around cars. His father was an auto mechanic and, naturally, one of the first things he began drawing were cars—race cars, classics and street rods. The first pieces of art he sold in fifth grade were of cars.
Using the new site
Those familiar with the old college Web site will find the redesign brings with it new ways of finding content.
Students, faculty, and staff can now login to EBSCOhost databases from off campus by entering the five-character barcode located on the reverse side of their Union College ID cards. In order for this feature to work, searchers must access EBSCOhost through the following link: http://sear
What do these people have in common: Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, comedian and actor Steve Martin and former Attorney General Janet Reno?
None of these highly successful people ended up pursuing a career relative to their college major. Reno was a chemistry major, Greenspan studied music and Martin earned a degree in philosophy.
How can you expect to map your entire life with a college major when, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, the average person changes careers three times?