Calendar of Events

November

PKFEA Scholarship Opens | City Campus & Scott Campus

Our scholarship application becomes available for incoming Nebraska students who are admitted into the College of Engineering .
Link: PKFEA Application

February

E-Week (Engineer’s Week) | City Campus & Scott Campus

The College of Engineering’s two student advisory boards coordinate E-Week events with the support of industry sponsors. Varying sponsorship levels allow for distinct levels of engagement.
Contact: E-Week

PKFEA Application Closes | City Campus & Scott Campus

All applications must be submitted no later than 11:59 PM on February 1, 2024, to be considered for the next cohort joining the program for the Fall 2024 semester.
Link: PKFEA Application

March

International Women’s Day | City Campus & Scott Campus

For over a century, International Women’s Day on March 8th has marked a day of celebration and advocacy for women’s rights and equality around the world. Reach out if you want to join in our efforts to celebrate what women have contributed to the field of engineering.
Contact: Scholar Programs Staff

Admitted Student Day | City Campus & Scott Campus

Students who have been admitted to the College of Engineering are invited to visit campus in the spring to learn more about the College of Engineering from key faculty and staff as well as engage in the larger campus community.
Contact: Admissions

May

Senior Design Showcase | City Campus

The College of Engineering’s Senior Design Showcase, Nebraska’s premier undergraduate engineering student design event, affords attendees the opportunity to learn what Nebraska engineering students are developing during their tenure at UNL as well as explore research in a variety of engineering disciplines.
Contact: Senior Design Showcase

Summer

Camps and Activities | City Campus & Scott Campus

Keep watch on our website for upcoming opportunities to engage with the Peter Kiewit Foundation Engineering Academy and College of Engineering to learn about new offerings for summer experiences.
Contact: PKFEA

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES

Programming Proposal

Do you believe PKFEA would be a good partner for a program you’re developing? Community support and engagement is a point of pride for the College of Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and we are happy to work with you on your recruitment and involvement ideas and needs! If you have any questions, concerns, or ideas, please contact Scholar Programs Staff.