Below we look back at the highlights from 2012 on campus.
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UNMC unveils plans for a Cancer Center Campus as part of University of Nebraska's "Building a Healthier Nebraska" initiative.
Tony Hollingsworth, Ph.D., professor and director of pancreatic cancer research at the Eppley Institute, is named UNMC's sixth Scientist Laureate.
The University of Nebraska bids farewell to Lotus Notes and switches to the Microsoft Outlook Email system.
UNMC's primary care, research and rural medicine education programs rise in the 2013 U.S.News & World Report rankings of the nation's top graduate schools.
Gov. Dave Heineman approves state support for the Building a Healthier Nebraska initiative, which includes $50 million to construct a research tower on the Cancer Center Campus.
The UNMC Walks to the Olmpics Challenge launches. More than 500 employees participated in the challenge and they combined to walk the distance between Omaha and London -- the site of the Summer Games -- 49 times.
Four UNMC fourth-year medical students conduct formal, one-month rotations in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in Shanghai.
The U.S. Supreme Court upholds the Affordable Care Act as constitutional and paves the way for Health Care Reform in the U.S.
The One Chart electronic medical record launches at The Nebraska Medical Center.
UNMC hosts a pair of international forums with visitors from China and other countries.
Harold M. Maurer, M.D., announces he will step away from his duties as UNMC Chancellor in 2013 to lead fundraising for the Cancer Center Campus.
The University of Nebraska enters into a long-term partnership with the United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) at Offutt Air Force Base to create a University-Affiliated Research Center (UARC) that will include UNMC researchers.
UNMC announces that energy-saving actions on campus have yielded impressive results.
UNMC and other state groups announce the formation of the Nebraska Science Festival.
UNMC announces a plan to form a joint family medicine department with Chinese school.
Nobel Prize winner Stanley Prusiner speaks at UNMC about head injuries in soldiers, football players and others.