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Midland University recently honored to two distinguished alumni during Homecoming and Family Weekend festivities. Alumni Jeff Scherer and Dr. Sharlay Butler were recognized for their achievements during a banquet on Friday, Sept. 15. The Midland University alumni awards are presented to individuals who have exemplified outstanding professional success and service to their community. Jeff Scherer of Beemer, Nebraska, Class of 1987, was presented the Alumni Achievement Award. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, majoring in Accounting. While in college, he was...Read more
The Distinguished Midland Family Award recognizes families with multi-generational investment in the lives of Midland University and Midland students. This award celebrates Midland’s rich academic heritage by honoring a family with close and loving ties to Midland as students, parents, professors, administrators, and friends. These families embody the ideals of Midland in service to God, to Church and society; paying tribute to past accomplishments and future dreams. This year Midland University is proud to recognize the Knudson family as a Distinguished Midland Family for the three...Read more

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22
The "With Purpose" speaker series features Midland alumni who are truly living out the Midland mission "to learn and lead in the world with purpose...
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Barry Kennedy with the Nebraska State Chamber will be speaking about important legislation from the 2017 session of the Nebraska Legislature, issues...
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30
The Fremont Area Alzheimer’s Memory Walk raises grant funds to provide public education to caregivers and providers, and helps support research...

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Nancy (Schreiber) Bryan recently returned from Athens, Greece from a short term missions trip with her church. While on the trip, Nancy and her team assisted refugees at a refugee center in Athens by preparing and serving a meal, assisting with showers, serving tea, and other basic necessities...
In July 2017, Ruth retired as a pastor in the ELCA, most recently serving at St. John's Lutheran Church in Schuyler, NE for 11 years. She served also in the community, including a task force that comes to fruition this fall in the build of a home through the Schuyler Extension of Columbus (NE)...
I am almost 83. I stayed actively employed in Nursing for 45 years. The first four years were at Immanuel, the original hospital. After that I spent four years at the VA hospital in Omaha, Nebraska and 30 years at the VA in Phoenix, Arizona. I also spent two years in a private hospital in Tempe,...

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