Engineering at Nebraska, Spring 2008
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Celebrations

Alumni and Industry Accolades Mark AE10 Event

"There is not a better [AE] program than this one," an industry panelist said at the UNL Architectural Engineering program's 10th Birthday Celebration on Oct. 6. Several hundred alumni, industry representatives, faculty, staff and students of the AE program and The Durham School attended the reception and panel discussions at The Peter Kiewit Institute in Omaha.

The AE alumni panel included Stephanie Guy, '05, DLR Group; Adam Christiansen, '05, Larson Engineering; James Wingert, '07, HDR; Matt O'Boyle, '06, HDR; Toby Samuelson, '04, Farris Engineering; Doug Nelsen, '06, Leo A Daly; Ryan Curtis, '06, Leo A Daly; Ryan Pelster, '04, Performance Engineering; Jamie VanRoy, '03, Schnackel Engineers; and Shaun Nienhueser, '08, Farris Engineering.

Industry panel members included James Hedgpeth Jr., Leo A Daly; Steve Moser, Goetting & Associates; Jennifer Volz, Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.; Roger Wozny, The Schemmer Associates; Guenther Dziuvenis, Johnson Controls; and Leigh Harrison, HGA.

Having industry so involved in the program and the community is a major benefit for students and faculty, said Clarence Waters, associate professor and director of UNL's Architectural Engineering program, who added that the program is providing "students who are second to none."

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