December 12, 2014 - With the U.S. economy expected to have 1.5 million engineering and computer science job openings by 2020, the Peter Kiewit Institute is a key part of Chancellor Harvey Perlman's 2015-17 biennial budget request. Full Story • More News
December 10, 2014 - Shane Farritor, professor of mechanical and materials engineering, and Liana Owad, Maker Space coordinator, will guide a new class - "Making for Innovation," which will be the first to meet at Nebraska Innovation Studio. Full Story • More News
December 09, 2014 - Teams of freshman builders will demonstrate their edible car designs Wednesday on East Campus in the annual "Incredible, Edible Vehicle Competition" as part of Mark Riley's introductory biological systems and agricultural engineering class. Full Story • More News
December 05, 2014 - Terri Norton, associate professor at The Durham School, is doing research that could help communities better plan for both dealing with the debris created by natural disaster and rebuilding. Full Story • More News
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