eSAB - Lincoln Committees
Outreach Committee Chair
Shane is from Blair Nebraska and he is a senior studying mechanical engineering along with entrepreneurship. Besides engineering, he enjoys doing anything where he gets the chance to teach or mentor youth in the Lincoln community. He also likes to bike as well as play guitar and piano. After graduation, he plans on hopefully starting his own company and continuing to pursue his passion for teaching. He joined the outreach committee on eSAB because he loves going out into the community and getting people excited about science and engineering.
Public Relations Committee Chair
Firdavs is a chemical engineering major originally from Tajikistan, but moved to Lincoln when he was three years old. In his free time he enjoys hanging out with his friends and spending time outdoors. After graduation he would like to work in the aerospace field. He applied to be the chair of this committee because he enjoyed being a member and had ideas to make it even better.
Student Life Committee Chair
Isaac is a civil engineering major from West Point, Nebraska. In his free time he loves spending time with his friends and playing various sports such as Golf and Basketball. After graduation, he plans to work for a local engineering consulting form in either Nebraska or Texas. He joined this committee because he has been a member for multiple consecutive years and he loves to interact with students from the College of Engineering through fun activities.
E-Week Committee Co-Chair
Emily Wagner is a senior Electrical Engineering major from Sioux Falls, SD. She's also a student in the Jeffery S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Business and would like to pursue a career in developing consumer electronics hardware or software after graduation. In her free time, she enjoys playing games, discovering new music, running, and snowboarding. Emily joined eSAB because she is passionate about planning events that help bring people together, and she is excited to help Nebraska students celebrate E-Week this year.
E-Week Committee Co-Chair
Samantha Harvat is a sophomore chemical engineering major from Omaha, Nebraska. In her free time, Samantha likes to participate in intramural sports teams, binge watch Netflix and do math problems for fun! Upon graduation, she would like to do research in pharmaceuticals and eventually continue her studies to receive a Ph.D degree. She applied for the E-Week committee chair because she enjoyed organizing the carnival this past year and would love to contribute more!
Career Development Committee Chair
Malik Askar is a senior Construction Management major interested in working for a company where he can work on large infrastructure projects around the world. He grew up in Homs, Syria and moved to Lincoln, Nebraska in 2009. He wanted to be the chair of this committee because he believes that helping students get connected with industries, will give them a better chance of being successful with college and their future careers.
Chair: Shane Stan
Outreach Committee's goal is to connect UNL's college of engineering with the Lincoln community. We interact with youth of all ages, increasing our students' engagement with the community while raising interest in science and engineering among kids. This committee also seeks to fulfill the college's philanthropic commitment.
Chair: Firdavs Nasimov
The Public Relations Committee recognizes and rewards hard working, involved, and overall outstanding engineering students as well as update the college on recent news about other engineering organizations.The committee also recognizes faculty and staff who have excelled in service to students throughout the College of Engineering.The recipients of the various awards receive a certificate, their picture displayed in Othmer Hall, and an honors banquet in their honor. The recognition and acknowledgement of students and student organizations benefits the College of Engineering as a whole.
Chair: Isaac Kreikemeier
The Student Life Committee is responsible for the programming that occurs within the college. We host a number of social events that give students a chance to relax, have fun, and enjoy some free food. The purpose of the Student Life Committee is to keep College of Engineering students engaged outside of the classroom. We work to bring students from all departments together in a fun and inviting environment.
Chairs: Emily Wagner, Sam Harvat
The EWeek Committee plans and organizes UNL's EWeek, one of the biggest events celebrating engineering accomplishments. This week includes various events and activities to foster community in the engineering college and recognize the engineering students. We work throughout both semesters to prepare for EWeek through event planning, advertising, outreach, and philanthropy.
Chair: Malik Askar
eSAB's Career Development Committee (CDC) strives to better the professional advancement of its members and students within the College of Engineering. Working with Career Services, this committee aims to help develop our engineer's soft skills, going long with the Complete Engineer Initiative.