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The debut episode of The Complete Engineering Podcast features Dean Lance C. Pérez.
The debut episode of The Complete Engineering Podcast features Dean Lance C. Pérez.

Connect to the College with The Complete Engineering Podcast

In the inaugural episode of the Complete Engineering Podcast, get to know Dean Lance C. Pérez and learn about the future growth and projects going on in the College of Engineering. More episodes will drop in coming weeks. Listen at the link below or subscribe on iTunes, Google Play or Stitcher.

More details at: https://go.unl.edu/66hv

ESS offices will be closed Friday

Engineering Student Services offices on both the City and Scott Campuses will be closed on Friday, Jan. 25 for a staff retreat. If you are in need of ESS help, please contact your advisor or ESS to schedule an appointment.

Students needed to be Dean’s Leaders

(OMA) The College of Engineering Recruitment team is hiring Dean’s Leaders for the current academic year. Dean’s Leaders will help give tours of PKI, represent the college at fairs and events, participate in student panels and share your experiences. Hours are flexible and pay is $10/hour. 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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Industry Panel / ChME Engineering Research Seminar Series / Spring Semester events and deadlines Continue reading…

Human Powered Vehicle Challenge club seeking members

Human Powered Vehicle Challenge club meets at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays in SEC 237.The Human Powered Vehicle Challenge club is looking for new members to join the team that is building a working, competitive vehicle from the wheels up. The team, which aims to enter an international competition, meets Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. in SEC 237. Click the link below for information.

More details at: https://go.unl.edu/q26v

Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship applications open

The Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship program is giving 200 scholarships worth $10,000 each – renewable each year – to students in engineering/computer science who demonstrate financial need and come from underrepresented / underserved communities. For more information, click the link below.

More details at: https://go.unl.edu/h9j9
Originally published January 22, 2019 - Submit an Item