eSAB - Lincoln Committees
Public Relations Committee Chair
Daniel Johnson is a junior chemical engineering major from Omaha. Upon graduation, Daniel would like to work for a consulting firm working with wastewater treatment or air pollution control. In his free time he enjoys running, binging Netflix, and making wine.
Career Development Committee Chair
Logan Tuel is a Junior Mechanical Engineering major interested in working for a company where he can do product research and development. He wanted to be the chair of this committee because he believes that preparing students with interpersonal skills is essential for them to be effective members of industry after graduation.
Outreach Committee Chair
Alexis Hruby is a junior in Biological Systems Engineering, emphasizing in biomedical engineering. She grew up in Omaha, Nebraska, and hopes to work in medical device design after she graduates. She loves encouraging young students to consider engineering as a career and helping them develop their teamwork and problem solving skills through fun and creative programs and events.
E-Week Committee Co-Chair
E-Week Committee Co-Chair
Student Life Chair
Chair: Alexis Hruby
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: Daniel Johnson
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: Emily Wagner
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: Mason Strahl, Maddie Johnson
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: Logan Tuel
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.