April 20, 2016 - UNL's Midwest Roadside Safety Facility spent nearly seven months setting up a test of a concrete roadside barrier, but it's possible the lasting impact of the April 13 test will be felt for years to come.
April 18, 2016 - Five students from the College of Engineering will be among the 32 UNL seniors recognized as Chancellor's Scholars during the All-University Honors Convocation at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 24 at the Lied Center for Performing Arts.
April 08, 2016 - A paper co-authored by UNL civil engineering faculty Tian Zhang and John Stansbury and graduate student Meng Hu, has been chosen to receive the prestigious Rudolph Hering Medal, given by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
March 09, 2016 - After 38 years at the Nebraska Department of Roads, the last three as director, Randy Peters said it was "a natural fit" for him to return to UNL to teach the civil engineering senior design capstone course.
March 02, 2016 - The UNL student chapter of AWWA/WEF made an impact on the next generation of engineers by showing middle-school students how to solve environmental problems during the Feb. 24 Global Day of the Engineer.
February 26, 2016 - Pam Dingman, a civil engineering alum and Lancaster County Engineer, is featured in a CNN Money article on women engineers who are entrepreneurs and inspiration to the next generation of women engineers.
February 05, 2016 - Work by Jennifer Schmidt and her Midwest Roadside Safety Facility team to develop an energy-absorbing barrier that can decrease the impact of vehicles in high-speed highway crashes has led to another award from a national board.
January 22, 2016 - Chris Tuan, professor of civil engineering, is working to develop a conductive concrete that will use electrical current to more effectively melt snow and ice while remaining safe to the touch.
January 21, 2016 - A team of UNL civil engineers, led by associate professor Richard Wood, are using 3D technology to study a middle school that was destroyed by the 2014 Pilger tornado to find ways to make older buildings safer in severe weather.