September 11, 2012 - Student Bulletin






WOW! That’s Engineering, Omaha Campus - Milo Bail Center (Grades 6-12)

Saturday, September 29, 2012 

This program, hosted by the Society of Women Engineers, is free for middle and high school girls; however, PRE-REGISTRATION is required.

For more information and to register:!%20That's%20Engineering.html

WIIE – Women Interested in Engineering Day, Lincoln City Campus – Othmer Hall (Grades 9-12)

Saturday, October 13, 2012 

This program is designed to discuss opportunities available in engineering and construction management, with an emphasis on females interested in engineering and science.

For more information and to register:

PKI Open House, Omaha Campus - The Peter Kiewit Institute (Grades 9-12)

Sunday, October 28 – No Registration

Our open houses allow prospective students and their families to see the Omaha engineering facilities, tour housing, and meet with faculty, staff and current students. 

For more information:

*Family Change (divorce, separation, adoption)

*Victims of Sexual Assault

*Anger Management

*Chronic/Terminal Illness (student or family member)

*Tools for Success (Study Skills)

*Planning for the Future (College/Career)

*First-Generation College Students

*Women's Issues

*GLBTQA Support

For more information on these groups, please see Ms. Burk in the Counseling Center. If you or a parent picked up a form at a parent meeting, you are welcome to drop them off in the Counseling Center as well.

Where: Duncan Aviation (3701 Aviation Road, Lincoln, NE, 68524)
When: Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Time: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m

Students will have the chance to explore many facets of the aviation industry and career opportunities available to them.
They will be able to visit with representatives from surrounding universities and technical colleges about the next step towards becoming an aviation professional. Students will be able to complete various activities throughout the different departments at Duncan.  Registration is necessary and space is limited.
To register and to learn more about this event, follow the Career Day link:
        Counselors must register students!
       $3,000 in scholarships will be awarded!

Two $500 scholarships awarded at random on the day of the event One $2000 scholarship will be awarded based on application (given at the event) and winner will be notified at a later date.  For any questions or concerns, contact Felicia Nichelson ( or 402-479-1876)