The N-E Ride shuttles will resume their usual schedule when classes at UNL and UNO resume on Monday, Jan. 23. The shuttles do not operate when classes on either campus are not in session. For more information about N-E Ride shuttles, click the link below.More details at: https://engineering.unl.edu/n-e-ride/
The need for blood is constant and only volunteer donors can fulfill that need. NESCO is hosting a blood drive Friday, Jan. 27 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. in PKI 158. Donors can enter a raffle to win an air fryer. Scan the QR code in the photo or click the link below for an appointment.More details at: https://go.unl.edu/vcjw
The ECEC’s Learning by Design program is for faculty who are preparing to teach a new course for the first time and/or who want to re-think or re-envision a previous course. Sessions are offered weekly on Scott and City campuses, beginning Wednesday and Friday this week (Feb. 8 & 10). Continue reading…More details at: https://engineering.unl.edu/ecec/registration/
Conditioning the built environment has a large influence on climate change and our health, well-being and productivity. Stefano Schiavon will discuss strategies to reduce those impacts when he presents the Durham School Distinguished Lecture, “The Future of Cooling,” Friday, Feb. 17 at 12:15 p.m. Continue reading…More details at: https://engineering.unl.edu/durhamschool/durham-school-distinguished-lecture/
Highlighting the Nebraska Engineering community receiving recognition in the media.
FACULTY AND RESEARCH
- Justin Bradley discusses using drones as a research tool on NGTC’s “Tech Refactored.” https://linktr.ee/UNL_NGTC
- Yijie Xiong shares some of her research on Nebraska Public Media’s “What If …” (starts at 22:40) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxCzTpGoraA
- Nebraska Engineering faculty among 450 positive stories in 2022 featuring UNL as compiled by University Communication. https://go.unl.edu/kcfd
- Hongfeng Yu’s team develops an imaging system that uses light wavelengths to rapidly create the nutritional fingerprint of a seed. https://go.unl.edu/7tjm
- Is your thermostat lying? Jennifer Lather explains to the Washington Post how it might be. https://go.unl.edu/7bqs
- McKellan Clarke discusses his path to an internship, with help from Theresa Luensmann, assistant director of career services. https://engineering.unl.edu/news/221216/clarke_internship/
- School of Computing senior design team expands on VR recruitment tool for College of Engineering. https://go.unl.edu/ovqr
- Cooper Foundation awards $20,000 grant to Big Red Satellite team for NASA project. https://go.unl.edu/hop0
If you know of someone who has been featured in a newspaper or magazine, on television, radio or the internet, please contact Karl Vogel – firstname.lastname@example.org – with the information so it can be included in future editions.
Events of interest for College of Engineering faculty and staff:
1/23: Spring Semester begins.
1/26: Undergraduate Research Information Session, 4 p.m., via Zoom. https://go.unl.edu/coeugresearch23
2/3: Graduate Programs: Coffee and Conversations, 10 a.m., Nebraska Hall 420. https://events.unl.edu/enggradstudent/2023/02/03/169376/
2/4-5: Cornhacks 2023, Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Arts. https://unlcornhacks.com/
2/8: Learning by Design (Scott Campus), noon-1:15 p.m., PKI 250. https://engineering.unl.edu/ecec/LBD/
2/9: Engineering CPT/OPT Information Session, 4-5 p.m., via Zoom. https://events.unl.edu/cse/2023/02/09/169381/
2/10: Master of Engineering Management Information Session, noon-1 p.m., via Zoom. https://engineering.unl.edu/mem/upcoming-online-info-sessions/
2/10: Learning by Design (City Campus), 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m., Nebraska Hall W192. https://engineering.unl.edu/ecec/LBD/