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UkeBox (lower left) and Go Baby Go! (lower right) were People's Choice Award winners at the Senior Design Showcase held April 21 at Memorial Stadium.
UkeBox (lower left) and Go Baby Go! (lower right) were People's Choice Award winners at the Senior Design Showcase held April 21 at Memorial Stadium.

College of Engineering events put spotlight on senior capstone projects

As the 2016-17 academic year winds down, the College of Engineering took time on Friday, April 21 to put its senior design capstone student projects in the spotlight at various events, including the Senior Design Showcase at Memorial Stadium. Here's a look at those events: Continue reading…

More details at: http://go.unl.edu/q9ss
Gary Krause (left) and Angela Pannier receive the Tau Beta Pi Distinguished Teaching Award
Gary Krause (left) and Angela Pannier receive the Tau Beta Pi Distinguished Teaching Award

Tau Beta Pi Award winners give thanks

Gary Krause, associate professor of civil engineering, and Angela Pannier, associate professor of biological systems engineering, were chosen as co-winners of the Tau Beta Pi Distinguished Teaching Award. Both Krause and Pannier would like to express their gratitude at receiving this honor. Continue reading…

Omaha Study Stops end Thursday

(OMA) Engineering Study Stops can provide help with sophomore-level engineering classes and first- and second-year courses in math, chemistry and physics. Hours are 6:30-9:30 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays in PKI 108 and Wednesdays in PKI 150 and Tuesdays from 12:30-3:30 p.m. in PKI 108.

More details at: http://go.unl.edu/m2or

NESCO taking applications

(OMA) The Nebraska Engineering Student Council at Omaha (NESCO), which represents the Scott Campus student body in the College of Engineering, is taking applications for the 2017-18 school year. Interested students should fill out an online application (link below) and schedule an interview.

More details at: http://engineering.unl.edu/NESCO

Lincoln Study Stops end Thursday

(LNK) Study Stops run 7-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday in the Engineering Library’s Olsson Room (Neb. Hall W204) through Thursday, April 27. Study Stops are open to all UNL students. Tutoring is offered in engineering courses and the general calculus, chemistry and physics sequence required for engineers.

Originally published April 25, 2017 - Submit an Item