Life in Engineering: Dr Hunter Flodman


At UNL we’re putting more of an emphasis on not only giving students the technical skills to be able to solve problems but giving them the non-technical skills they need.
Dr. Hunter Flodman    Assistant Professor of Practice: Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering


Dr. Hunter Flodman
Assistant Professor of Practice: Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

When Dr. Flodman began studying Chemical Engineering, he hardly knew what this area included, but he found a passion that encouraged him to get a Ph.D. and become a professor at Nebraska. His focus is currently on teaching undergraduate students, which he finds very rewarding: “I get to work with bright, young ambitious engineering students who are very motivated.”

Flodman embraces for the college’s “complete engineer” initiative, as it’s important for students to not only have technical skills but also the essential non-technical skills to help them succeed. They should be able to cooperate and communicate with engineers and non-engineers alike. “They’re ready to go tackle the world…They’re very sincere, they’re very hard-working, they’re very intelligent and it’s great to work with students like that.”


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