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Shannice Baker Mabandla wanted to be a physician, so she chose Union’s international rescue and relief program because of the unique hands-on approach and global focus. Now that she has finished medical school at Loma Linda University, the 2015 Union graduate reflects on how her experiences in IRR helped her get into medical school and prepared her to thrive.
on College so excited to host Acrofest 2020, we’re flipping out all over town! Plan now to come to Lincoln to meet gymnasts from around the country, learn new skills and participate in an epic performance event. Acrofest 2020 at Union College will be held on November 12-14, 2020. Registration will open in August 2020.
Rick Young, director of Union’s international rescue and relief program, along with several Nebraska voluntary organizations active in disaster (VOAD), were honored this week by ServeNebraska with a Step Forward Award for their work providing relief to victims of the flooding in Nebraska this spring.
Robert Leslie found that while he studied business and marketing at Union, he was in the right environment to exercise his passion for music and spiritual leadership.
Every Thursday at 10:30 a.m., departments close down to allow students and employees to gather together to discuss issues, build community and worship together. This video is some exerpts from the October 17 talk by communication professor Seth Pierce—one example of the great speakers the campus enjoys each week at uGather.