— Midland University News —

— Midland University News —

Midland University Professor of Mathematics Dr. Ming Huang and his family were recently honored with the President’s Volunteer Service Award. Over a 12-month period, Huang, along with his wife, Jing Chang, and daughters, Chu Yee and Jin Yee, completed about 300 service hours through the Nebraska Chinese Association to earn the Bronze PVSA. The NCA, located in Omaha, became a certifying organization for the award in June 2018. The Huang family was one of eight families, groups, or individuals involved with the NCA to be honored with the award. The Huang family assisted in numerous ways...Read more
Since the unveiling of the 1:1 Apple iPad initiative last fall, Midland University students and faculty members have experienced new opportunities for enhanced educational outcomes, both in and out of the classroom. In support of its mission to inspire people to learn and lead in the world with purpose, Midland provided each undergraduate student and full-time faculty member on the Fremont campus with new iPads and iPencils, free of charge. This innovative approach to instruction has provided students with the technology to help them succeed, and instructors with the ability to become more...Read more

"Thanks to the support of the donors who make scholarships possible for students at Midland, myself and many others are provided with the opportunity to learn and excel in the classroom, and our extracurricular activities. I feel humbled to know that there are people who want to see our generation succeed and are willing to put their time and achievements into our education in order for us to reach specific goals."

Julianne Lewis '22

— Upcoming Events —

Apr
18
The Immanuel Hospital-Midland University School of Nursing Alumni Association 95th Annual Celebration will be held on Saturday, April 18, 2020.
Jun
08
The Midland University Athletic Booster Club will host its 24th annual golf tournament on Monday, June 8, 2020, at the Fremont Golf Club. The...

Recent Class Notes

Derek Jackson ('01) recently became the Tax Manager for National Entertainment Network.
Dale Johanson ('85) has been elected to the office of Central Region Vice President of the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC). The Central Region includes the eight states: Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. Johanson’s...
Brian Bagger ('86) lives in Norfolk, Neb., where he continues to do volunteer work for the Orphan Grain Train, which provides humanitarian relief and aid both locally, nationally and around the world.