Introducing the Community College Gap Assistance Program

The Lincoln Journal-Star makes a good point: High school graduates seeking professional certificates or training in nondegree programs cannot apply for aid from federal or state governments. Compared to the aid available for students on a university track, these students face a steep financial climb if they want to boost their skills, find on-the-job training, […]

3D Printing Inspires Collaboration at UNL

The days when 3D printers were only available to scientists and researchers are long gone. As the new technology begins to trickle down to college campuses and high schools, opportunities for collaboration and education are growing–even in extracurriculars. Thanks to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Engineering College (whom we’ve highlighted here on the blog many times […]