Younes will lead a universitywide effort to make UNK a more diverse, equitable and inclusive institution while working collaboratively with offices and departments from across campus to develop sustainable goals and initiatives.
“You’ve earned a degree in the most difficult of times, under the most trying conditions,” Chancellor Doug Kristensen said while applauding the graduates for overcoming obstacles and making the sacrifices necessary to complete their education.
“What makes UNK so special is you’re not just a number here,” Masker said. “The instructors and administrators know who you are as a person and really care about you. It’s almost like a big family, and I don’t think you get that experience in many other places.”
A Kearney State College alumna, Vikki Deuel started her professional career as a special education teacher at Walnut Middle School in Grand Island before advancing to the positions of assistant principal in 1985 and principal in 1990.
KEARNEY – Graduate and undergraduate degrees will be conferred for 218 summer graduates at University of Nebraska at Kearney commencement exercises 10 a.m. Friday at UNK’s Health and Sports Center. Candidates for degrees are listed below in three groups: graduates from Nebraska, graduates from across the United States and international graduates. Students graduating with honors […]
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