What’s On Our Radar: Manufacturing News for November 2015

Each day, we’re in awe about the dynamism of manufacturing these days. It seems as if the industry is evolving more quickly with each passing day, and Nebraska is certainly a hotspot for much of that action. Because our state’s economy is so dependent on agriculture and on manufacturing, there’s no shortage of work being […]

‘Tis the Season: Attend Upcoming Job Fairs In Nebraska

“‘Tis the season” usually refers to an abundance of holiday decor and good cheer that comes around November and, but we’d like to shift that phrase to a different context today. It may be the beginning of the holiday season come November, but it’s also hitting the mid-point in the year where December graduates are […]

UNL Research Park Opens to the Public

Earlier this week, the Innovation Campus at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln opened to the public, complete with open tours of the brand-new Food Innovation Center and Greenhouse Innovation Center. UNL faculty and community members have been waiting for this day with bated breath, as we reported back in May when the Innovation Campus was only […]

What Do Nanoscience and Nebraska Have In Common?

If you haven’t strolled into the Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience lately, you may be unaware that Nebraska is home to one of the premier nanoscience and nanotechnology research facilities in the world. Even if you are aware of it, you might not be entirely sure what nanoscience and nanotechnology entails, and you’re not […]

Madeleine Albright Visits UNL to Discuss Food Science

Madeleine Albright fits the bill as a sharp, interesting woman who had a great impact on American history. As America’s first female Secretary of State, she set the bar high and took steps towards equality for females in government. It’s a success story when now, Albright’s young granddaughter, wonders, “so what’s the big deal about […]

Education Spotlight: University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Our website has always had a list of our partners in education, otherwise known as educational institutions that provide curricula to support a career in manufacturing. These institutions include community colleges, universities, and middle and high school career technical education programs. In other words, for a student interested in learning manufacturing skills, there’s no shortage […]

UNL Graduate Revitalizes the Corvette

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has been a hot topic in the news these days, as well as here on our blog. A few weeks ago, we shared the exciting news that UNL researchers will be participating in the new federal manufacturing hub located in Chicago along with other engineers and institutions from around the country. […]

UNL Set to Participate In Federal Manufacturing Research Hub

Earlier this week, we shared an announcement from President Barack Obama as he recognized the importance of manufacturing in front of the entire world. On Tuesday, CNN reported that Obama plans to create two new manufacturing hubs and institutes in Chicago and Detroit to attract new manufacturing business in the United States. This is an […]

So, You Want to Be an Agronomist?

When you ask a kid what they want to be when they grow up, it wouldn’t be a surprise if they claimed that being an astronaut, actor, ballet dancer, doctor, fireman, or lawyer was in their future. However, there aren’t an awful lot of five-year olds dead set on being a precision tillage systems agronomist. […]

Coming Up in Summer 2014: Find a Career with UNL’s Big Red Summer Academic Camps!

Nebraskans are lucky in that our state has such an incredible number of resources for young adults and students interested in meaningful learning experiences. Whether you know what you want your career path to be or you’re still searching to find a passion to pursue, exploration into new subjects and activities is always beneficial. One […]