Eight retiring faculty have a combined 261 years of service

Eight retiring faculty have a combined 261 years of service

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The eight faculty retiring from the College of Engineering this year have a combined 261 years of service.
The eight faculty retiring from the College of Engineering this year have a combined 261 years of service.

The College of Engineering honors eight retiring faculty members who have devoted a combined 261 years of service to the College, to four departments, and to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Their work has resulted in tens of millions of dollars in research projects, numerous research breakthroughs, and dozens of national, University and College awards for teaching, advising and research.

They have been pioneers in their fields, entrepreneurs, mentors to students and leaders in the state and our community.

Read more about each of these distinguished faculty by clicking the links below.

  • Dennis Alexander, Kingery Engineering Professor in electrical and computer engineering

  • John Bonsell, associate professor, construction programs

  • F. Fred Choobineh, Blackman Distinguished Professor in electrical and computer engineering

  • Karen Coen-Brown, associate professor of practice in mechanical and materials engineering

  • Kevin Cole, professor of mechanical and materials engineering

  • Ruqiang Feng, professor of mechanical and materials engineering

  • Stephen Reichenbach, professor of computer science and engineering

  • Charles Riedesel, assistant professor of computer science and engineering



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