Inclusion Scholars Programs

  • Four engineering students use a scope to survey outside the engineering complex. One student is facing the camera and smiling and another is looking into the scope.
  • Two female professional engineers conversing with a first year female engineering student

The College of Engineering Inclusion Scholars Programs are cohort-based programs that include a scholarship for talented schoalrs dedicated to leadership and inclusive excellence. These programs are available to incoming admitted first-year students on both our campuses, in Lincoln and in Omaha.

Learn more about our two Inclusion Scholars Programs at the links below:

Contact
SCOTT CAMPUS (OMAHA)
Alma Ramirez-Rodgers (she/her/ella)
Senior Assistant Director of Student Development
aramirez-rodgers1@unl.edu

CITY CAMPUS (LINCOLN)
Cece Abbey (she/her)
Assistant Director of Student Success Programs
cabbey2@unl.edu

PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Jen Skidmore (they/them)
Director of Student Development
jenskidmore@unl.edu

Alexis Martinez
Q&A with Alexis Martinez
Freshman, Civil Engineering
“I made the right decision joining MEP because it is a program that will help me develop on an academic, professional, and personal level. Each person in this program brings something different and that makes it an effective place to learn and grow.”

Q&A with Alexis
Solana Honda
Q&A with Solana Honda
Freshman, Architectural Engineering
“One of my favorite parts of WIE is the environment and the people. The classroom environment is very relaxed and welcoming and the people I met have been absolutely incredible!”

Q&A with Solana