A gallery of photos from Kiewit gift announcement

A gallery of photos from Kiewit gift announcement

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  • Bruce Grewcock (right), chairman and chief executive officer of Peter Kiewit Sons', Inc., joined University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Ronnie Green (left) and College of Engineering Dean Lance C. Pérez to announce Kiewit's $20 million gift. (Craig Chandler/University Communication)
    Bruce Grewcock (right), chairman and chief executive officer of Peter Kiewit Sons', Inc., joined University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Ronnie Green (left) and College of Engineering Dean Lance C. Pérez to announce Kiewit's $20 million gift. (Craig Chandler/University Communication)
  • University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Ronnie Green gives opening remarks at Monday's press conference.
    University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Ronnie Green gives opening remarks at Monday's press conference.
  • Bruce Grewcock (right), chairman and chief executive officer of Peter Kiewit Sons', Inc., shakes hands with University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Ronnie Green. (Craig Chandler/University Communication)
    Bruce Grewcock (right), chairman and chief executive officer of Peter Kiewit Sons', Inc., shakes hands with University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Ronnie Green. (Craig Chandler/University Communication)
  • Bruce Grewcock (right), chairman and chief executive officer of Peter Kiewit Sons', Inc., says the new Nebraska Engineering building will make a difference to the state of Nebraska. "The need for engineering education and engineering students is huge in this country. As part of our commitment ... we want to do something about that."  (Craig Chandler/University Communication)
    Bruce Grewcock (right), chairman and chief executive officer of Peter Kiewit Sons', Inc., says the new Nebraska Engineering building will make a difference to the state of Nebraska. "The need for engineering education and engineering students is huge in this country. As part of our commitment ... we want to do something about that." (Craig Chandler/University Communication)
  • Bruce Grewcock (right), chairman and chief executive officer of Peter Kiewit Sons', Inc., says the new Nebraska Engineering building will make a difference to the state of Nebraska. "The bricks and mortar piece is important ... that's the easy part. Getting students and faculty and modern, up-to-date curriculum is the hard part. I'm confident this will help Nebraska Engineering compete."  (Craig Chandler/University Communication)
    Bruce Grewcock (right), chairman and chief executive officer of Peter Kiewit Sons', Inc., says the new Nebraska Engineering building will make a difference to the state of Nebraska. "The bricks and mortar piece is important ... that's the easy part. Getting students and faculty and modern, up-to-date curriculum is the hard part. I'm confident this will help Nebraska Engineering compete." (Craig Chandler/University Communication)
  • College of Engineering Dean Lance C. Pérez speaks to the audience of media, industry partners, alumni, and College of Engineering faculty, students and staff that gathered Monday in the Othmer Hall lobby. (Craig Chandler/University Communication)
    College of Engineering Dean Lance C. Pérez speaks to the audience of media, industry partners, alumni, and College of Engineering faculty, students and staff that gathered Monday in the Othmer Hall lobby. (Craig Chandler/University Communication)
  • College of Engineering Dean Lance C. Pérez said the new Kiewit Hall will be a "world-class facility, and more importantly with today’s announcement, it becomes a transformative investment that will enable the talented faculty and staff in engineering to excel across our mission of education, research and engagement." (Craig Chandler/University Communication)
    College of Engineering Dean Lance C. Pérez said the new Kiewit Hall will be a "world-class facility, and more importantly with today’s announcement, it becomes a transformative investment that will enable the talented faculty and staff in engineering to excel across our mission of education, research and engagement." (Craig Chandler/University Communication)
  • Delaney Bachman, a senior in chemical and biomolecular engineering, says the new Kiewit Hall "will add an even greater sense of family and community for engineers ... (and will) make a huge impact on recruiting students." (Craig Chandler/University Communication)
    Delaney Bachman, a senior in chemical and biomolecular engineering, says the new Kiewit Hall "will add an even greater sense of family and community for engineers ... (and will) make a huge impact on recruiting students." (Craig Chandler/University Communication)
  • University of Nebraska interim president Susan Fritz speaks to the nearly 200 people who came to Othmer Hall to hear about the Peter Kiewit Sons', Inc. gift to the College of Engineering.
    University of Nebraska interim president Susan Fritz speaks to the nearly 200 people who came to Othmer Hall to hear about the Peter Kiewit Sons', Inc. gift to the College of Engineering.
  • Brian Hastings, president and CEO of the University of Nebraska Foundation, thanks Peter Kiewit Sons', Inc., and all the major donors for their gifts to make possible the construction of Kiewit Hall.
    Brian Hastings, president and CEO of the University of Nebraska Foundation, thanks Peter Kiewit Sons', Inc., and all the major donors for their gifts to make possible the construction of Kiewit Hall.
  • Members of the Engineering Student Services staff await the beginning of Monday's press conference in the Othmer Hall lobby.
    Members of the Engineering Student Services staff await the beginning of Monday's press conference in the Othmer Hall lobby.
  • Ronnie Green, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln chancellor, talks with Nebraska Engineering students about the new Kiewit Hall after Monday's press conference in the Othmer Hall lobby.
    Ronnie Green, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln chancellor, talks with Nebraska Engineering students about the new Kiewit Hall after Monday's press conference in the Othmer Hall lobby.



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