On Friday May 12, 2017 Harry and Reba Huge received Honorary Doctorates of Humane Letters from the College of Charleston, Charleston, SC. This award recognizes Harry and Reba’s long history of philanthropy in support of scholarships, travel grants, exchange programs, and special educational opportunities at a number of educational institutions across the country and around… Read More
While on campus to interview candidates for the next Huge Scholarship at Nebraska Wesleyan University, Harry Huge and Jack Siemsen joined more than 30 Huge Scholars, both current and graduated, for lunch on the Wesleyan campus.
Winners of TTU Mektory Startup Competition Grand Prix– V.E.P. (Visual Engineering Production) Second Prize– TitanGrid Third Place+ Second Best STARTERtech team – Avionica Inspiration prize – TarkEnergia The Best STARTERtech team – MoleQL Special prize from Teder Law Firm – Medical Diagnostics Special prize from Tehnopol Startup Incubator – PacKing All the pictures of TTÜ Mektory… Read More
The Harry and Reba Huge Foundation are proud to welcome the newest members of the NWU Huge Society. Pictured from left: Kellyn Vuchetich, Katelin O’Connor, Drew Damme, Harry Huge, Reba Huge, Marco Gutierrez, McKenna Bancroft, Andrew Vasquez, Mitchell Jindra, Madeleine Miller.
Harry Huge and participants of the second “Network Globally, Act Locally” program The Harry and Reba Huge Foundation, which has supported the mobility of UT students and lecturers with Nebraska Wesleyan University and the College of Charleston for the past ten years, has in the last two years also contributed to promoting entrepreneurship among… Read More
NWU Huge Scholar, Anna Donley, is on the move. A Psychology major at Nebraska Wesleyan, Anna began her summer doing a two-week service learning project to Thailand. Home for a few days, Anna then launched out for Ireland, where she did a Fulbright in Belfast studying the psychology of conflict resolution. At the completion of… Read More
Huge Scholar Gwen Plouzek (from right) and Stacie Skaff hold up SipSafe, stir sticks that test drinks for date rape drugs. The team from Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, NE win the NGAL 2 competition. Click the link below for full story. http://journalstar.com/news/local/education/wesleyan-students-developing-novel-date-rape-drug-detector/article_7de70147-d403-59ce-a027-1ff67ad8780a.html
Network Globally, Act Locally (NGAL) is a shared program between Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, NE., the College of Charleston in South Carolina and the University of Tartu in Estonia. NGAL brings together students from each university to develop innovative solutions for social and commercial challenges. Please visit the link below to explore some of… Read More
Huge Scholar Anna Donley, a sophomore at NWU majoring in psychology and Spanish, has been awarded a Fulbright Summer Institute grant to spend four weeks attending the Queens University Belfast Summer Institute in Northern Ireland. Only 60 undergraduates in the US are selected for this award. As Anna explains, “My background in psychology made me… Read More
Eric Jackson was part of the NWU men’s basketball team that The Harry and Reba Huge Foundation took to Estonia in the summer of 2012 (they took the women’s team the following year). After that experience, Eric was transformed: after graduation, he returned to Estonia to complete a course in e-government, followed by a Fulbright… Read More