Durham School News

IES' 2013 Brandston Award goes to UNL Durham School students Khan and MacBride

 Rodrigo Manriquez of SmithGroupJJR, and Michelle Eble-Hankins of Alvine Engineering, advised MacBride, Khan, and the architectural engineering students in the AE 4250

Patrick MacBride and Sameena Khan, architectural engineering students with UNL’s Durham School of Architectural Engineering & Construction, were awarded the 2013 Howard Brandston Student Lighting Design Grant for their entry in the prestigious competition with the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America. Durham School industry fellows, Rodrigo Manriquez of SmithGroupJJR, and Michelle Eble-Hankins of Alvine Engineering, advised MacBride, Khan, and the architectural engineering students in the AE 4250 – Lighting Design Course. The Durham School has a tradition of excellence with the award, including past winners in 2011, 2010 and 2009, along with an honorable mention in 2011. This year’s honor will be presented to Khan and MacBride on Oct. 27 at the IES Annual Conference in Huntington Beach, Calif.