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SWE meeting to answer grad school questions

Tea and answers to grad school questions are free(LNK) Tea With SWE will be held Tuesday, October 14, at 7 p.m. in Jorgensen Hall 25. The event is an opportunity to introduce undergraduate students to graduate school. There will be a panel of professional engineers, professors, graduate students, and UCARE representatives to answer any questions Continue reading…

Graduation application deadline is October 24

(OMA) Omaha undergraduates planning to graduate this December: you must apply before the Oct. 24 deadline. A $35 Application for Degree fee must be paid when you submit the application. Apply online via Mavlink. Visit or see your academic adviser.

Time to make plans for Spring Semester

Engineering Student Services reminds students to get started on planning for the Spring Semester. Make appointments with your advisor (via MyPlan) in October and begin choosing your Spring 2015 courses.

Important dates coming up

Engineering Student Services reminds students of important dates occurring this month:

Friday, October 17 is the last day for students to change a course registration to or from "Pass/No Pass."

Monday-Tuesday, October 20-21 is Fall Semester Break for students; UNL offices will be open.

Get your pizza slices on Thursday

Pizza slices for sale on Thursdays(LNK) Engineers Without Borders (EWB) is selling pizza slices every Thursday in Nebraska Hall, near the stairs on the west side of the building. Members of EWB will sell the pizza and drinks beginning at 10:30 a.m. until they are gone.

Lincoln Study Stops are set

(LNK) Need a break from your routine or a little help with homework? Study Stops offer a space to study on your own, work in groups or meet with a learning consultant. Also, free coffee, tea and hot chocolate are provided. Continue reading…

Omaha offers Study Stops three times weekly

Engineering Study Stops held three times weekly(OMA) Engineering Study Stops will be held three times a week in PKI. Students can work in groups, get help with their math, chemistry and physics courses and meet with peer turors. Study stop times are Mondays and Wednesdays 6:30-9:30 p.m. and Sundays 6-9 p.m.

Getting informed about international education on Wednesdays

(LNK) Allison Hinesley will be outside of the Engineering Library (W204 Nebraska Hall) every Wednesday this semester from 11 a.m.-noon to answer questions about opportunities to study abroad and the processes involved. This is a great way to start the conversation and get more information.

Originally published Monday October 13, 2014 - Submit an Item