• Students listening to a company rep during the networking expo

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  • Freshmen get to learn about internships and other opportunities early at NUBE. Students network in this photo.

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  • The NUBE lunch program was held at Baxter Arena in Omaha in 2017, pictured here

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The 2020 Nebraska Undergraduates Becoming Engineers (NUBE) Experience is an exciting FREE welcome program for first-year students, designed to connect you to other engineering students, faculty, and your major before your first day of class. All new University of Nebraska College of Engineering first-year students are expected to attend the NUBE Experience, or to watch the recording once it is posted if you cannot attend the live event.

You'll join fellow new students in getting oriented to the college, making friends, and building your community through welcome events. Meet upperclass students, faculty, and staff in your department, and learn more about what your education experience with us will entail. You will also hear from industry leaders and Nebraska alums, learn more about possibilities with your major, and make valuable connections for your future.

NUBE Experience: August 7, 2020
Time: 11 AM - 2 PM CDT (+ Optional 30 minutes at the end)
Via Zoom. All parts of NUBE will be recorded.


We hope to have recordings available to students by Fri, Aug 14.

11:00 AM - Welcome Session, Welcome from Associate Dean Dr. Dan Linzell, & The Complete Engineer

11:20 AM - Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development Welcome & Industry Speaker
Industry Speaker: Doc Chaves,
LI-COR Biosciences

11:45 AM - Industry Panels
Choose 1 Panel to attend live. Research the organizations involved below to learn more about which one you want to attend! These will be recorded, so you may watch the other panels once the recordings are available.

Panel 1: Building, Construction, & Civil Engineering Industries
Benesch, DLR Group, JEO, Olsson, Sampson Construction

Panel 2: Tech, Software, & Robotics Industries
ALLO, Capstone Technologies, Huffman Engineering, Sandhills Global, Spreetail

Panel 3: Manufacturing, Energy, & Biotech Industries
Duncan Aviation, Kawasaki, LES, LI-COR Biosciences, Teledyne ISCO, Zoetis

12:30 PM - eSAB & NESCO Joint Student Panel

1:00 PM - Department Breakouts
Choose 1 Breakout to attend live. These will be recorded, so you may watch the other breakouts once the recordings are available.

Agricultural Engineering (Lincoln campus)
Architectural Engineering (Omaha campus)
Biological Systems Engineering (Lincoln campus)
Chemical Engineering (Lincoln campus)
Civil Engineering (Both campuses)
Computer Engineering & Computer Science (Lincoln campus)
Computer Engineering (Omaha campus)
Construction Engineering & Management (Both campuses)
Electrical Engineering (Both campuses)
Mechanical Engineering (Lincoln campus)
Software Engineering (Lincoln campus)

1:50 PM - Optional: Informal Student Meet & Greet
Stay in your department breakout to participate. You can socialize with other students in the breakout to get to know each other more.

Have a conflict? There are a few programs we know conflict, or you may have a personal conflict. We support you attending those, and you will have the chance to watch a recording of the NUBE Experience afterward so you don't miss out on important information for incoming students.

Accommodations

If you require an accommodation to participate, please work directly with the following office depending on the campus you will be taking classes at in fall: UNL's Office of Services for Students with Disabilities; or UNO's Accessibility Services Center. This will ensure that we can fulfill all accommodations appropriately.

Meet the 2020 NUBE Industry Partners

The organizations featured below are confirmed to participate in the industry panel portion of the day. These employers are just a sampling of the hundreds of industry partners that hire from the UNL College of Engineering. This part of NUBE is meant to help get you comfortable talking with industry, to learn about these key employers, and to help you see what possibilities exist with an engineering degree in a very broad sense. If you don't see an employer you had hoped to meet on this list, remember, this is just an introduction!

The organizations will be split into a few groups for the panels, so knowing a little about each organization can help you decide which panel you want to attend. While you can only choose 1 panel to attend live, remember that we are recording NUBE so you can watch the other panels later.

Alfred Benesch & Company

Benesch Logo

Website: www.benesch.com

Company Size: 250+

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Civil Engineering
Construction Engineering
Construction Management

Company Description: Serving a broad range of markets, Benesch has played a role in shaping our nation’s infrastructure and local communities for decades. We are client-focused – dedicated to providing responsive service and recruiting the very best talent to deliver project success. With over 750 employees – including engineers, landscape architects, scientists, construction managers, surveyors and planners – in 36 locations, we are united in our commitment to quality professional services.

Mission Statement: Provide quality professional services to the satisfaction of our clients while ensuring the financial stability of our firm.

Vision: A growing professional services firm that is proactive, responsive and innovative with enviable core values, and is the company of choice for clients and employees alike.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "It’s beneficial to see project sites to understand how the project looks like in the real world and not just on paper. It’s amazing to be surrounded by a supportive team that I can go to with questions and bounce ideas off. My time at Benesch has been monumental to my growth and development in my future career path." - Teona Jerman, Intern

Something unique this organization wants you to know about them: At Benesch, we are proud of our corporate structure, which allows our entire company of over 750 employees in 36 offices across 18 states to function as one team. Our Lincoln office specifically is diverse in the services provided. This diversity gives our engineers the opportunity to be exposed to nearly every type of project.

Learn more about Benesch in the video below:

Benesch worked on the Lincoln West Interchange, aerial view of the highway interchange shown here

About a dozen Benesch employees in professional dress stand outside Ivanna Cone in the Lincoln Haymarket eating ice cream

Learn more about Benesch on their info sheet here (PDF).

ALLO, a Nelnet Company

Allo Logo

Website: www.allocommunications.com

Company Contact: Al Schroeder

Company Size: 250+

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Architectural Engineering
Civil Engineering
Construction Engineering
Construction Management
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Company Description: ALLO has developed a world-class regional network to expand business opportunities, create jobs, and improve the quality of life in our communities.

Mission Statement/Vision: We provide greater access to the world through superior business and residential service with fiber-optic technology and exceptional support. We're dedicated to delivering a drastically different experience because we see our customers as neighbors, not numbers.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "Working for Allo is as challenging as it is rewarding. Every day I am helping bridge the digital divide for communities across all of Allo markets, and potential markets by designing FTTH (fiber to the home). This involves solving complex problems both digitally, like through GIS, and physically, like outside plant design. On top of all that it is nice to work for a company that really cares about the communities they are in. Allo really does go the extra mile to be local." - James Dobesh, Fiber Designer

Something unique this organization wants you to know about them: ALLO’s growth and success during the past fifteen years are reinforced by its immaculate reputation for customer service, technical capabilities, experienced personnel, and superior products. We provide customers with the most modern network in the area while employing a team of engineers, operators and technical experts who are continually working with customers to develop creative ways to utilize the immense capacity on ALLO’s fiber network and better serve our customers.

CapStone Technologies

Capstone Technologies Logo

Website: www.captechno.com

Company Contact: Troy Power

Company Size: 10-49

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Software Engineering

Company Description: CapStone Technologies is a group of innovative Nebraska engineers who have been providing Business Engineering and automated solutions exclusively to the Print-to-Mail industry since 1999. CapStone Technologies uses state-of-the-art robotic technology, advanced innovation, and proven process engineering to create efficiencies and save labor. Our one-of-a-kind software solution connects the physical and digital workflows on the production floor to provide virtual visibility of performance while reducing errors to protect USPS discounts. For more information, visit the media center at www.captechno.com/resources.

Mission Statement/Vision: At CapStone Technologies, our mission is to be an industry leader in the use of robots and software technology that generates serious operational cost reductions and game changing improvements in quality for the Print-to-Mail industry.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "I have been an intern for almost 2 years at Capstone and I love it because it is a great environment to work and learn in. I also have awesome people to work with, everyone is very welcoming and helpful. It is downtown, close to the UNL city campus and flexible since I can go to work around my class schedule which is very convenient. I am always learning new things at Capstone and I think robotics and automation is such an interesting field to work in. This internship has been a great learning experience so far and has greatly added to my college experience. I have been able to use some skills I have learned at Capstone in some of my classes too. I am very grateful to work at such a great company while I am in college." - Taylor Morgan, Engineering Intern

Something unique this organization wants you to know about them: CapStone Technologies has made the Inc5000 list of fastest growing companies for 2 years running and we earned the #30 spot on this year's #Inc5000Series Midwest list.

Images from CapStone Technologies:

CapStone Technologies's Palletizer. This robotic arm is very large and is bright yellow, and puts items in pallets.

The CapStone Technologies' Sleever. This machine, approximately 4-5' tall, appears to sleeve sets of flattened cardboard boxes together on two ends, with its core mechanisms protected by a cage in the middle.

Learn more about CapStone Technologies' work through these additional documents (PDF):
Take a closer look at the AutoViri Trayer Product Sheet
Take a closer look at the AutoViri Sleever 6.0 Product Sheet

DLR Group

DLR Group Logo

Website: www.dlrgroup.com

Company Contact: David Carey

Company Size: 250+

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Architectural Engineering
Civil Engineering
Construction Engineering
Construction Management
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Software Engineering

Company Description: With offices around the globe housing specialized design expertise, your integrated design team is backed by the more than 1,000+ design professionals and the resources of the entire firm. This enables DLR Group to scale teams to meet your challenge and deliver specialized expertise to any location whenever, and wherever, it may be needed. Core areas of design expertise include Civic, Courts, Cultural+Performing Arts, Detention, Energy Services, Federal Markets, Healthcare, Higher Education, Hospitality, Housing, K-12 Education, Museums, Retail+Mixed-Use, Sports, and Workplace.

Mission Statement/Vision: DLR Group believes in an integrated design process where all design voices matter and actively shape the community, cultures, and societies we live in. Design excellence is the outcome of innovative, value-driven design solutions founded on the principles of evidence-based design and environmental stewardship to create a sustainable future for us all. Our promise is to elevate the human experience through design. This promise inspires sustainable design for a diverse group of public and private sector clients; local communities; and our planet. DLR Group fully supports the initiatives and goals of the 2030 Challenge, and is an initial signatory to the China Accord and the AIA 2030 Commitment.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "The people at DLR Group are what make this a great place to be. I enjoy working as part of an integrated team to solve a complicated problem." - Eric Kamin, Principal, Electrical Engineer & UNL Graduate

Something unique this organization wants you to know about them: EMPLOYEE OWNERSHIP: DLR Group is 100 percent employee-owned and Ownership is one of our core values and a foundational element of our design culture. LOCAL: DLR Group was founded in Omaha in 1966. While we offices all over the globe, many of our employees are in fact Nebraska graduates!

DLR Group Pinnacle Bank Arena project in Lincoln, NE

DLR Group project shown here is a rendering of quite a tall building.

Learn more about DLR Group through these additional documents (PDF):
DLR Group - Who We Are
DLR Group - Join Our Team

Duncan Aviation

Duncan Aviation Logo

Website: www.duncanaviation.com

Company Contact: Chris Zimmerman

Company Size: 250+

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Company Description: Duncan Aviation is the world’s largest privately owned business jet support facility. We provide business aircraft operators with every aircraft service they need. Yet we do so with the friendliness and responsiveness of a small-town company. Customers often visit our major MRO facilities in Battle Creek, Michigan; Lincoln, Nebraska; and Provo, Utah, and are surprised at our vast array of services, our innovative solutions and our excellent customer service. We provide aircraft acquisition & sales, airframe & engine maintenance, avionics installations, interior & paint completions/modifications, avionics/instrument/accessory repairs & overhauls and parts support for Bombardier, Dassault, Textron, Gulfstream and Embraer manufactured aircraft. Our 20+ avionics satellites and 16 engine Rapid Response offices provide avionics and engine services in the field for scheduled and AOG work. And our parts team provides 24/7/365 support worldwide with knowledgeable reps who answer the phone day or night. Our people have a passion for aviation and for serving customers. They are among the most experienced in the industry and the quality of the service they provide is among the best in the world.

Mission Statement/Vision: Duncan Aviation has team members around the world. We all have diverse backgrounds, but a common thread that ties us together is an inherent sense to do the right thing and a professional, positive attitude. It’s the people within a company who create a strong brand. Our people are talented, dedicated and special. They care about our customers and they are mindful to create an exceptional experience. Duncan Aviation is committed to provide an experience unlike any other to owners and operators of business aircraft. We do this by providing personalized expertise, innovative services and ongoing support.

At Duncan Aviation, We:

  • Deliver high-quality products and services.
  • Charge fair prices and provide efficient turntimes.
  • Lead through action and innovation.
  • Focus on solutions and offer positive suggestions.
  • Respect others and are accountable for our actions.
  • Maintain a team approach.
  • Value honesty, integrity, loyalty and trust.
  • Promote safety, health and wellness.
  • Support our communities and respect the environment.
  • Are proud to be the best at what we do.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "The opportunity for advanced training and career development within Duncan Aviation made me realize how great it is to be here." William Rose, Systems Engineer

Duncan Aviation Panoramic Photo of a hangar with several small aircraft nearby.

Huffman Engineering, Inc.

Huffman Engineering Logo

Website: www.huffmaneng.com

Company Contact: Jay Steinman, P.E.

Company Size: 10-49

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Agricultural Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Software Engineering

Company Description: Huffman Engineering is an engineering firm specializing in control systems integration. We design, program, build and verify systems that control industrial and utility machines and processes.

Mission Statement/Vision: Huffman Engineering's goal is to provide quality engineered systems and services to industrial, manufacturing, and utility customers. "Making Ideas Work".

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: “I enjoy working at Huffman Engineering, Inc. because I get to spend my time creating solutions for customers while having the support of the wide knowledge base of my coworkers.” - Alex Sukup, Mechanical Engineer

Something unique this organization wants you to know about them: Our team gets to see projects from design through implementation and our focus is on doing things that are complex and challenging. We have a reputation for being able to make ideas work.

JEO Consulting Group

JEO Logo

Website: www.jeo.com

Company Contact: Leah Kottwitz

Company Size: 250+

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Biological Systems Engineering
Civil Engineering
Construction Engineering
Construction Management
Electrical Engineering

Company Description: Civil Engineering, Architecture, and Surveying

Mission Statement/Vision: Our company grew up in Wahoo, Nebraska, and there we cultivated our reputation for treating our clients and employees like family. As we built our name in the industry and relationships with our clients, we learned more about their diverse needs. So, after specializing in a few core areas like bridge design and construction, we broadened our services and developed the expertise needed to help communities succeed. Now, we excel in engineering, architecture, surveying, planning, community engagement, environmental sciences, and funding. Over the decades, we’ve opened 12 offices and hired over 225 people, so we can solve almost any problem in any place. Our clients are often local leaders of villages, cities, counties, and states. They’re also community bedrocks like farmers, firefighters, librarians, and business people. We partner with every client, big or small, and help them achieve their goals. With roots across the Midwest, we care about sustaining the places that people call home.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "If I had to say something about my experience at JEO, I would say that JEO has offered me an amazing chance to learn skills and experience work that just cannot be found in the classroom. I have also made important connections with my coworkers that will be valuable for years to come." - Jack Shulz, Intern

Something unique this organization wants you to know about them: We have an amazing and unique intern program.

Learn more about JEO through these additional documents (PDF):
JEO - What We Do
JEO Intern Program Packet

Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp., U.S.A.

Kawasaki Logo

Website: www.kawasaki.com/About/MotorsManufacturing

Company Size: 250+

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Agricultural Engineering
Architectural Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Construction Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Company Description: Established in 1974, Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing Corp., U.S.A. (KMM) is a subsidiary of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, LTD. KMM is located in the center of the United States in Lincoln, Nebraska. This facility produces All-Terrain Vehicles, Utility Vehicles, Personal Watercraft, Recreation Utility Vehicles, and Passenger Rail Cars.

Mission Statement/Vision: Kawasaki, working as one for the good of the planet. We are the Kawasaki Group, a global technology leader with diverse intregrated strengths. We create new value-for a better environment and a brighter future for generations to come.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "Kawasaki provides me with many opportunities to grow and establish myself as an engineer. It also gives me pride to see what all my efforts go towards at the end of the assembly line." - Kyle Novacek, Manufacturing Process Engineer

Something unique this organization wants you to know about them: We are the only Kawasaki location that has three different divisions on one campus.

LES (Lincoln Electric System)

LES Logo

Website: www.les.com

Company Contact: Narin Ehrisman

Company Size: 250+

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Company Description: LES is a community-owned local utility company in Lincoln, Nebraska. For over 50 years, LES has been proud to power the many homes, businesses, and governmental properties throughout Lincoln and the surrounding area. Approximately 500 employees work in roles such as trades & crafts, finance and accounting, marketing, engineering, technology services, and business solutions to ensure safe, reliable, and affordable electricity to our customers.

Mission Statement: LES is a progressive leader, partnering with the community to maximize energy value and quality of life in an environmentally responsible manner.

Vision: Striving to be the world’s best energy company.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "The variety of my work at LES is challenging. I enjoy analyzing our circuits to improve their efficiency and minimize costs to our customers. No matter the challenge, I always learn something new." - Thanh Vu, Systems Planning Engineer

Something unique this organization wants you to know about them: LES is a public power utility which means we are a not-for-profit entity owned by the community!

LI-COR Biosciences

LI-COR Logo

Website: www.licor.com

Company Contact: Doc Chaves

Company Size: 250+

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Software Engineering

Company Description: We help scientists around the world answer difficult questions. We focus on environmental science issues such as global climate change and plant health, and cutting edge biotechnology including our near infrared dyes that are being used to kill cancer cells.

Mission Statement/Vision: Impacting Lives Through Science

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "I get to work with, and learn from, an experienced and talented team to find solutions to challenging questions in fields that are important to me, like cancer research." Mark Fiedler, Mechanical Design Engineer (UNL Class of 2016)

Something unique this organization wants you to know about them: From Lincoln, Nebraska our technology is in use on all seven continents and the International Space Station.

Learn more about LI-COR Biosciences in this video (will open in a new window):

LI-COR Video Link will open in a new window

LI-COR Building and company sign

Olsson

Website: www.olsson.com

Company Contact: Jeff McPeak

Company Size: 250+

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Architectural Engineering
Biological Systems Engineering
Civil Engineering
Construction Engineering
Construction Management
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Company Description: Founded in 1956 on the very mindset that drives us today, we’re here to improve communities by making them more sustainable, better connected, and more efficient. Simply put, we work to leave the world better than we found it. Our most important asset is our people, and we are dedicated to an environment where we continue to learn, grow, and thrive. This entrepreneurial spirit has made us successful and will keep us successful. The result? Inspired people. Amazing designs. And projects with a purpose. A win-win for all. 

Mission Statement/Vision: We are Olsson, a nationally recognized, employee-owned engineering and design firm with a rich history of success.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: “When I was in school, I knew I wanted to work in transportation. So, when I joined the Traffic/Technology team at Olsson, I knew I’d found the perfect fit... I love the people and working alongside them.” - Greta Ehrhorn, Student Intern

Something unique this organization wants you to know about them: Our interns get practical hands-on experience working alongside seasoned pros. We hire talented students who are expected to contribute to our team in meaningful ways. A win-win however you look at it. Around 10% of our company now, started at Olsson as interns.

Olsson Lincoln team wearing their company shirts

Olsson Lincoln Haymarket view

Sampson Construction

Sampson Construction Logo

Website: www.sampson-construction.com

Company Contact: Scott Brunken

Company Size: 250+

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Construction Engineering
Construction Management

Company Description: General contractor for commercial construction projects.

Mission Statement/Vision: Sampson Construction has been a leader in commercial construction for 65+ years. Our values and passion guide our priorities and our actions, inspiring us to deliver the best possible construction services to our clients. Our aim is to be a long-term, trusted partner, not a vendor, in the communities in which we live and work. Building enduring structures that help people and communities develop and prosper is a legacy of our company and our people. Regardless of the project, budget, or scale, we believe in making each project our best project.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "From being part-time in college, to interning and now being employed full time, Sampson has continually given me the knowledge, tools and resources to grow in my career." – David Bressman, Project Engineer

Something unique this organization wants you to know about them: Our projects include healthcare facilities, K-12 schools, higher education, athletic facilities, corporate headquarters, military, law enforcement, retail, parking structures, community, cultural, industrial and manufacturing.

Samson Header reading "Quality. Experience. Commitment. Innovation."

Learn more about Sampson Construction through this additional document (PDF).

Sandhills Global

Sandhills Global Logo

Webisite: www.sandhills.com

Company Contact: Kelsey Mick

Company Size: 250+

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Software Engineering

Company Description: Founded over 40 years ago, Sandhills Global began with seven employees in a blacksmith shop. The company has grown immensely since then, and today Sandhills’ headquarters are situated on a sprawling 68-acre campus in Lincoln, Nebraska, with over a dozen additional offices serving regions worldwide. The company currently employs roughly 1,400 people in sales, marketing, IT, web development, graphic design, and customer support, among other fields. Sandhills' primary business is connecting buyers and sellers of construction equipment, farm machinery, trucks, trailers, and aircraft through industry-leading websites and print publications with a global reach. Sandhills complements its core brands—including Machinery Trader, Truck Paper, TractorHouse, Controller, and AuctionTime—with products and services that help all kinds of businesses thrive. In addition to hosting over 7,000 websites, Sandhills offers custom web design, equipment valuation, financial services, heavy equipment shipping, and much more.

Mission Statement/Vision: Sandhills Global is a technology-focused company dedicated to providing businesses and individuals in the construction, agriculture, commercial trucking, and aircraft industries with the comprehensive sales and marketing platforms, cloud solutions, data-driven market insights, and hosted services necessary for them to succeed.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "What I love about working here is the welcoming atmosphere I have received everyday since my first interview. Everyone says good morning and is happy to be working here everyday, even on our online communications there’s always a good morning text!" -Noah McCashland, Software Development Intern

Something unique this organization wants you to know about them: Sandhills operates more than 50 industry-leading brands and continues to grow through new product launches, international acquisitions, and partnerships. As a result, one thing that makes Sandhills unique is the wealth of real, hands-on experience it offers through its internship program. There are now over 150 interns on Sandhills' campus, learning and working across multiple fields.

Sandhills Global photo of their building and company sign

Spreetail

Spreetail Logo

Website: www.spreetail.com

Company Contact: Taylor Kohl

Company Size: 250+

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Software Engineering

Company Description: Spreetail is a committed partner and ecommerce growth coach. We purchase products, warehouse them, market and sell them across an unrivaled network of channels, and deliver them to customers with industry leading speed.

Mission Statement/Vision: To accelerate brands and channels to compete for tomorrow’s ecommerce customer.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "With the mentors that I have, they are such a great resource, and I can always lean on them to help me out when I learn something new." - Jonathan Trost, Software Engineer Intern

Something unique this organization wants you to know about them: Spreetail is the #1 seller on Amazon, Walmart, and Target, focusing on next-day delivery of up to 100,000 orders fulfilled a day.

Interns from Spreetail stand near a vehicle on a company outing

Interns from Spreetail play volleyball together

Teledyne ISCO

Teledyne ISCO Logo

Website: www.teledyne.com

Company Contact: Phillip B. Liescheski

Company Size: 50-249

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Computer Science
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Software Engineering

Company Description: Teledyne ISCO develops, designs, manufactures, sells and markets products for wastewater monitoring and scientific laboratory analysis.

Mission Statement/Vision: Our mission is to produce innovative, technology-based products that our customers use to improve the quality of life on our planet.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "At Teledyne ISCO, I've had the opportunity to work on a diverse range of offerings, from water samplers that make sure we have clean drinking water to chromatography systems that are used to develop new vaccines. It's definitely rewarding to work with engineers from different disciplines (for example: electrical, mechanical, and software) to solve problems and design new products." - Joseph Thongdee-Stimpfl, Manufacturing Engineer

Something unique this organization wants you to know about them: We have our own Plastic Molding Shop and pack our own Liquid Chromatography columns.

Turner Construction

Turner Logo

Website: www.turnerconstruction.com

Company Contact: Jacob Overman

Company Size: 250+

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Architectural Engineering
Construction Engineering
Construction Management
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Company Description: Turner is a North America-based, international construction services company and is a leading builder in diverse market segments. The company has earned recognition for undertaking large, complex projects, fostering innovation, embracing emerging technologies, and making a difference for their clients, employees and community. With a staff of 10,000 employees, the company completes $12 billion of construction on 1,500 projects each year. Turner offers clients the accessibility and support of a local firm with the stability and resources of a multi-national organization.

Mission Statement/Vision: To be the highest value provider of global construction services and technical expertise. Turner embraces a Lean management approach, and a culture that emphasizes collaboration, reliability of scheduling and delivery of the most value while consuming the fewest resources.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "This is my second internship with Turner Construction and I have enjoyed every minute of it. Everyone here is quick to help whenever I have a question and my supervisors are diligent in their attempts to include me in an array of work activities, even in light of the limited time that I will actually get to spend here especially given the limitations imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition to this, they recognize that I am here to learn and consequently do their best to present opportunities and responsibilities that aid in that endeavor. Overall, I would recommend Turner's internship program to anyone looking for great real world experience in both the field and office environments."

Zoetis

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Website: www.zoetis.com

Company Contact: Sarah Johnson, Ph.D.

Company Size: 250+

Hires these College of Engineering majors:
Agricultural Engineering
Biological Systems Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Science
Construction Engineering
Construction Management
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Company Description: Zoetis discovers, develops, manufactures and commercializes veterinary vaccines, medicines and diagnostic products, which are complemented by biodevices, genetic tests and precision livestock farming.

Mission Statement/Vision: Zoetis is reimagining animal health across the continuum of care. We build on a six-decade history and singular focus on animal health to bring customers quality products, services and a commitment to their businesses.

What a current intern or engineer wants you to know: "Everyday is exciting because my work is engaging and challenging. Plus my efforts are geared towards making a difference in the lives of animals and their owners." - Sarah Johnson, Ph.D., Senior Scientist