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Priority tickets for seating on N-E Ride shuttles is in effect this week because of expected heavier-than-normal use of the shuttles.
Priority tickets for seating on N-E Ride shuttles is in effect this week because of expected heavier-than-normal use of the shuttles.

Priority tickets will be issued this week for N-E Ride users; reserve your tickets now

The college is anticipating heavier-than-normal use of the N-E Ride shuttles during Finals Week (today-Friday) and is providing priority tickets for COE students, faculty and staff. If you plan on using the shuttle then, it is recommended that you reserve tickets for your planned days and times.

More details at: http://engineering.unl.edu/n-e-ride/

21 undergrads awarded Mohr Fellowships

This year, 21 undergraduate students in the College of Engineering were awarded Milton E. Mohr Fellowships for the 2019-20 academic year. The Milton E. Mohr Scholarship and Fellowships award program is for students in engineering and biotechnology degree programs. Continue reading…

A look at upcoming events in the College of Engineering.
A look at upcoming events in the College of Engineering.

Calendar / Events

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* Finals Week

* AE Graduate Reception

* Senior Recognition Receptions

* Scott and City Campus commencement ceremonies Continue reading…

The Nebraska student chapter of SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, was honored as the 2019 Group Volunteer of the Year by the State Museum.
The Nebraska student chapter of SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, was honored as the 2019 Group Volunteer of the Year by the State Museum.

SPIE chapter gets State Museum honor

The Nebraska student chapter of SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, was honored as the 2019 Group Volunteer of the Year by the State Museum. SPIE members presented an outreach activity about laser technology and optical engineering at the museum.

$1M DOE challenge seeks to improve electric grid

The Department of Energy’s Office of Electricity has launched the Electricity Industry Technology and Practices Innovation Challenge, a contest offering $1 million in prizes and seeking innovative ideas on how to make the nation’s electric grid stronger and more resilient. Continue reading…

Originally published April 29, 2019 - Submit an Item