Complete Engineering® Podcast
From the College of Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, welcome to the Complete Engineering® podcast. Every day, we are impacting the lives of Nebraskans and others around the world through our students, faculty and alumni. Our mission is to share these stories and how we are developing and stretching our strengths as complete engineers.
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My weekend with Garth
Carson Emeigh, a senior in mechanical and materials engineering, worked up the courage to ask one of the world’s most popular musicians for advice about a possible career path. He ended up with an invitation to work at Garth Brooks’ sold-out concert at Memorial Stadium on Aug. 14, 2021, and also with both professional experience and personal experience of a lifetime.
Making it safer to transport infected patients
Terry Stentz and Kelli Herstein, faculty from The Durham School of Architectural Engineering and Construction, talk about their work with the Department of Defense to make the process of transporting patients exposed to infectious diseases safer for the healthcare workers and other Air Force personnel on those missions.
Midwest Roadside Safety Facility
From NASCAR to our nation's highways, the Midwest Roadside Safety Facility at Nebraska is protecting drivers and saving lives every day with our innovative safer roadside barriers.
Nebraska Industrial Assessment Center
In this episode of the Complete Engineering podcast, NIAC Director Bob Williams and student worker Brittlin Hoge join us to talk about how they are helping local businesses save big money from their energy assessments while Nebraska Engineering students also gain valuable field experience. Go Big Red!
Senior Design Showcase
In this episode of the Complete Engineering podcast, hear from Nebraska Engineering faculty and a group of dedicated seniors as they talk about valuable and challenging senior design capstone experiences undertaken this year.
The Durham School’s architectural engineering (AE) program has developed a unique relationship with the abundant local industry. Professor Clarence Waters shares how that relationship developed to make the Nebraska AE program a giant success.
Rear Admiral Douglas J. McAneny
In his 35 years with the U.S. Navy, where he rose to the rank of rear admiral, and now as federal business group president at HDR Inc., Doug McAneny learned the importance of networking. The 1978 civil engineering graduate returned to campus recently for Alumni Masters Week and sat down to discuss his career and to give advice to future engineers.
Diversity & Inclusion
Jayde McWilliams, coordinator of student development, and chemical engineering student Lindsey Jarema, president of oSTEM, discuss the importance of diversity and inclusion in developing the next generation of engineers.
Get to know: Dean Lance C. Pérez
On this inaugural episode of the Complete Engineering Podcast, get to know Dean Lance C. Pérez and learn more about the future growth and projects going on at the University of Nebraska College of Engineering.