Academics

New York Times Online Available Starting August 3

Beginning August 3, 2015 Union College students, faculty, and staff may begin using the New York Times online edition. This institutional subscription includes the full archive of current and historical articles published since 1851. Fulltext coverage of articles published between 1851 through 1922 and since 1981 is complete. Some material published between 1923 and 1980 is unavailable. Union College users may also access this New York Times subscription through apps for iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, and Kindle Fire.

New Databases Provided by the Nebraska Library Commission

Through the NebraskAccess program the Nebraska Library Commission provides state-wide access to a number of library databases funded by the state legislature. Significant changes to the array of databases available through NebraskAccess take effect on July 1, 2015.

The Library Acquires New Online Periodical Collections

In preparation for fall classes, the library is in the process of adding four new online resources. JSTOR's Arts & Sciences I and Arts & Sciences II collections as well as the Biblical Archaeology Society Online Archive are already available through the library's website.

Expanding the virtual classroom Shared classrooms between sister colleges help improve academic offerings at Union.

Since discussions began between Union College, Southern Adventist University and Southwestern Adventist University about forming the Adventist Educational Alliance two years ago, the three schools have sought ways to collaborate to not only save money, but provide the best possible educational experience for students on all three campuses.

One of the early fruits of the Alliance began this past school year in the form of shared courses between the three schools.

Video: Alumni perspective—Sissell Jacob

 

Sissell Jacob, director of supply chain management at Porter Adventist Hospital and Littleton Adventist Hospital, reflects on her time at Union College and how it impacted her career.

To learn more about studying business at Union College, visit http://www.ucollege.edu/bcs

PA school at Union College—Paul Kuhlman

 

Paul Kuhlman explains why Union College was the right fit for him

Learn more at http://www.ucollege.edu/pa or call 402.486.2504.

Video: PA School at Union College—Annie Mullin

 

Want to become be a physician assistant? Annie Mullin explains why Union College was the right fit for her.

Learn more at http://www.ucollege.edu/pa or call 402.486.2504.

Video: PA School at Union College—Kathy Kreikemeier

 

Want to become be a physician assistant? Kathy Kreikemeier explains why Union College was the right fit for her.

Learn more at http://www.ucollege.edu/pa or call 402.486.2504

Union College introduces an early admission track for nursing program

Start your nursing education now

Do you feel called to be a nurse? Don’t worry about two year waiting lists. Check out a nursing program where graduates pass the national licensure test on the first attempt at a much higher rate than the national average. Now Union College has introduced two new ways to give nursing students peace of mind while they follow their calling: a nursing scholarship and an Early Admission Track.

Final Program in the "Great War" Series: Conscientious Objectors in World War I

For Union College Library’s final Great War presentation for 2014-2015, Dr. Thomas Berg, lecturer, Department of History at University of Nebraska-Lincoln will present “Conscientious Objectors in World War I” on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at 7 p.m. in library room 121.

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