Register by end of today for the annual Dean's Holiday Party for faculty and staff on Thursday, December 8, 2022 at Strategic Air Command & Aerospace Museum in Ashland. Enjoy heavy hors d'oeuvres and great conversations. Continue reading…More details at: https://engineering.unl.edu/deans-holiday-party/
Thursday is the last of the College of Engineering’s Fall Semester lunchtime learning sessions for faculty and staff to study Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) fundamentals together. The session will be held from 12:15-1:15 p.m. in 114D Othmer or 100A PKI. Continue reading…More details at: https://engineering.unl.edu/dei-lunch-learn/
The N-E Ride shuttles do not run when classes are not in session at UNL or UNO. These include:
* Holiday Break: Monday, Dec. 19 - Monday, Jan. 2, 2023
* 3-Week Session: Tuesday, Jan. 3 - Sunday, Jan. 22, 2023
For more information about N-E Ride shuttles, click the link below.
Highlights of the Nebraska Engineering community receiving recognition in the media.
FACULTY AND RESEARCH
- With a $1 million NSF grant, a team of faculty from three Nebraska Engineering departments is designing a next-generation wireless network for agricultural fields and digital farming technologies. https://engineering.unl.edu/news/221109/ag_field_connectivity
- Derek Heeren discusses irrigation in the age of digital agriculture on a FarmBits podcast. https://go.unl.edu/t58e
- Carrick Detweiler and Drone Amplified featured in CNN Business segment on technology they use to start controlled burns to prevent wildfires. https://go.unl.edu/7s2b
- Stu Bernstein is one of five UNL faculty that presented at 2022 Faculty Research and Creative Activity Slam. https://engineering.unl.edu/news/221118/dsaec/bernstein_faculty_slam/
If you know of someone who has been featured in the media, contact Karl Vogel – email@example.com – so it can be included in future editions.
In the latest installment of this recurring feature on the third Monday of each month, we recognize recent accomplishments, awards and honors earned by College of Engineering faculty, staff and students. Continue reading…
As part of the college's annual charitable gift drive Nov. 30 - Dec. 16, 2022, please consider donating new (or gently used) gloves, mittens, scarves and hats - any size. These items may be dropped off at the Dean's Suites on City Campus and Scott Campus. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Mai-Britt Beldam from Ecophon Saint Gobain will be the featured speaker Friday, Dec. 2 for the Durham School Lunch-and-Learn presentation, “Room Acoustic Quality and Input Data.” Join us in PKI 160, NH 175 or via Zoom. RSVP by Wednesday, Nov. 30 for a box lunch and/or to receive a Zoom link. Continue reading…More details at: https://engineering.unl.edu/durhamschool/dsaec-lunch-and-learn/
Let’s get social!
For the month of October, the College of Engineering’s top social media posts were based on a field demonstration of technology being developed that interprets bridge health. The top post for Instagram highlighted the AIChE student research fair.
People love seeing what their peers are doing and what achievements are being made! If you or your students would like to be highlighted on the College of Engineering’s social media pages, reach out to Kate Morgan at email@example.com.
Calendar / Events
Additional events of interest for College of Engineering faculty and staff:
11/24-27: Thanksgiving break (offices closed)
12/2: DSAEC Lunch-and-Learn Presentation: “Room Acoustic Quality and Input Data,” 12:15-1:15 p.m., PKI 160 (Scott Campus), NH 175 (City Campus), and via Zoom. https://events.unl.edu/The_Durham_School/2022/12/02/167402/
12/9: Master of Engineering Management Information Session, noon-1 p.m., via Zoom. https://engineering.unl.edu/mem/upcoming-online-info-sessions/
12/23-1/2: Winter Break (offices closed)