Farritor's free public lecture to focus on "Making for Innovation"

Farritor's free public lecture to focus on "Making for Innovation"

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Shane Farritor, Lederer Professor of Engineering and a professor of mechanical and materials engineering, will give a free public lecture on Oct. 27 at Nebraska Innovation Campus.
Shane Farritor, Lederer Professor of Engineering and a professor of mechanical and materials engineering, will give a free public lecture on Oct. 27 at Nebraska Innovation Campus.
From developing tiny surgical robots to launching the Nebraska Innovation Studio, fearless experimentation has defined UNL engineer Shane Farritor's career. In the fall Nebraska Lecture on Oct. 27, Farritor will discuss how creativity and risk-taking are essential to innovation. Faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend.

The free public lecture, "Making for Innovation," is 1:30 p.m. at the Nebraska Innovation Campus Conference Center, 2021 Transformation Drive. A reception and tours of Innovation Studio will follow.

Parking for UNL faculty, staff, students and visitors is available. Bus service through UNL and Lincoln's StarTran system also is available. 

Farritor's lecture is part of The Nebraska Lectures: Chancellor's Distinguished Lecture Series, sponsored by the UNL Research Council, Office of the Chancellor and the Office of Research and Economic Development in partnership with the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.

Details on the lecture, parking or the bus service.