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Junior Kai Meacham was chosen to receive a Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community.
Junior Kai Meacham was chosen to receive a Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community.

Kai Meacham earns Chancellor’s Award for work to support LGBTQA+ community

Kai Meacham, a junior in biological systems engineering, was chosen as one of three winners of the Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Contributions to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community. Meacham serves as a peer advocate and works to improve gender-inclusive housing on campus. Continue reading…

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AWARDS: Engineering students, groups earn major honors

Engineering students earned several major awards: three at the university’s annual Student Impact Awards event, eSAB being recognized as the Most Oustanding Large Council in the nation, MAE students taking three AEI awards and construction management winning the Race 2 Build event at a NASCAR race. Continue reading…

Dvorak, Nelson, and Stelling earn TBP Teaching Award

Bruce Dvorak, Carl Nelson, and Karen Stelling are co-receipients of the 2019 Tau Beta Pi Distinguished Teaching Award.Nebraska Engineering faculty Bruce Dvorak, Carl Nelson and Karen Stelling have each been chosen as recipients of the 2019 Tau Beta Pi Distinguished Teaching Award. Each will receive a $500 prize and each will be honored at the April 25 COE Awards Luncheon. Congratulations, Bruce, Carl and Karen!

Calendar / Events

A look at upcoming events in the College of Engineering.Click for full calendar:

* Open Registration for Fall Semester

* Senior Design Showcases (CSE and College of Engineering)

* Finals Week

* Senior Recognition Receptions

* AE Graduate Reception

* Undergraduate and graduate commencements

Continue reading…

$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 22, 2019 - Submit an Item