Welcome to the March 2018 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 21 No. 3

Briefs in this week's issue

• Tabitha names Uden its new CFO

• Cornhusker Bank names Gusler assistant VP of loan servicing

• U.S. Bank region president Erwin set to retire, Sullivan to succeed

• West Gate Bank names Brummond VP, mortgage compliance officer

• Nebraska Chamber appoints Slone as its new president

• First National Bank names Weeks to Lincoln market president role

• Lutz adds Acker to Lincoln staff

• Lutheran Family Services names Martin its new president and CEO

• Firespring adds Demerath to team

• E&A Consulting Group selects Rush as its marketing director

• Mutual of Omaha Bank appoints Ludemann Lincoln market leader

Special Sections:

• Construction and the Environment

• Continue your Education

• Home Trends

Virtual Incision lands funding, moves one step closer to market
by Dwain Hebda

Lincoln-based Virtual Incision’s miniaturized surgical robots are one step closer to the marketplace and, as company founders are proud to point out, to the battlefield and even outer space.

Nonprofit Hub expands space, inclusivity as it rolls out co-working brand: Foundry
by Michelle Leach

The Nonprofit Hub Lincoln is building on successes that span roughly 40,000 email “Hubscribers” to 500 Cause Camp attendees hailing from across North Amer- ica — including California, New York and Canada — that descend upon the capital city annually, as it rolls out a new brand and expanded space for its co-working arm: Foundry.

UNL College of Arts and Sciences fuels partnerships with seed funding program
by Michelle Leach

The inaugural installment of UNL’s College of Arts and Sciences Partnerships Seed Funding Program is supporting better influenza vaccines, effective training for military and service dogs, and community literacy programs. A ward recipients of today and tomorrow also represent tearing down the walls between academia and industry, nonprofits, and the broader community.

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