Nebraska Engineering News

Traffic delays are more common with changes to campus roadways, including at the intersection of 16th and Vine streets.
Traffic delays are more common with changes to campus roadways, including at the intersection of 16th and Vine streets.

Caution advised for drivers, pedestrians around City Campus with new traffic flows

(LNK) Summer road construction has changed the ways traffic flows around City Campus, with major changes to 16th, 17th and Vine streets. Pedestrians and drivers are advised to exercise caution, especially near the College of Engineering complex. Here is a guide to the changes: Continue reading…

STEM majors can join AWIS for free

UNL is now an institutional partner of the Association for Women in Science (AWIS). All interested students (both women and men) enrolled in a STEM program are eligible for one-year free membership. Sign up at link below, using your university email.

Lincoln Study Stops underway

City Campus Study Stops return.(LNK) Engineering Student Services offers free tutoring for select areas and courses, including mechanical engineering, math, physics and chemistry, Mondays-Thursdays, 7-10 p.m. in the Engineering Library, Olsson Room (second floor, Nebraska Hall). Free snacks, coffee and hot chocolate provided.

Omaha Study Stops return Sept. 11

Scott Campus Study Stops return Sept. 11(OMA) Starting Sept. 11, Engineering Study Stops will begin offering Scott Campus Students free tutoring for select engineering, math, chemistry and physics courses. Study Stops will be Mondays-Thursdays, 6:30-9:30 p.m. in PKI 150. No appointments are necessary and snacks will be provided.

More details at: http://go.unl.edu/m2or
Originally published September 5, 2017 - Submit an Item