The University of Nebraska is moving forward with updates to two College of Engineering buildings.
Approved by the NU Board of Regents on Aug. 3, 2018 the $75 million project will create and update spaces in the Scott Engineering Center and the Link, a 34-year-old structure that connects the Scott building to Nebraska Hall. When complete, the updated facilities on the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s City Campus will benefit students, faculty and research.
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