Check out one of our MSYM students!
“The 3rd floor of the Nebraska East Union is a common space that I use to study, meet with friends, and is even where I found my summer internship! CASNR intent...ionally offers resources preparing students to connect with employers, like the career fair. This is where I have connected with many employers looking to hire students, just like me (and you)!” –Jordan Bothern, junior, Mechanized Systems Management
Mark your calendars for the upcoming Spring Career Fair, Feb. 13th in the Nebraska East Union! 📆 #ThisIsCASNR
You will get the chance to give department tours, show prospective students around our lab, talk with future students and their families, and help manage departmental social media!
For application and details, contact Jenna Hefley at email@example.com!
Don’t forget you can go to the CASNR career fair today until 3:00 pm.
This is a great opportunity for professional networking and a platform to continue your job search!
The companies present are:...
21st Century Equipment
Ag Processing Inc
Ag Valley Co-op
Bartlett and Company
Beef Products Inc
Central Valley Ag Co-op
Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce
Cooperative Producers Inc
Farm Credit Services of America
Frontier Cooperative Co
Great West LLC
Green Plains Inc
Hormel Foods Corp
JBS 5 River Cattle Feeding
Land O’ Lakes
And the list goes on!!
The 2018 Winter Olympics are here! From earning Olympic gold in bobsledding in 2010 to shaping research, Dr. Curt Tomasevicz has discovered a world of opportunity at Nebraska.
“I get more nervous standing in front of a class than I ever did standing at the start of a bobsled run,” Tomasevicz said. “But watching students grow and succeed through the semester is a very rewarding process. Honestly, I can’t say there is much more from a job or career I could ask for. And getting... to say that while I work here at Nebraska is just icing on the cake.”
Dr. Curt Tomasevicz earned his PhD in Biological Engineering this past December from the BSE Department.
Read more here: https://news.unl.edu/…/olympic-experience-fuels-tomasevicz…/
At the Parent's Recognition Awards, presented on February 2nd, five of our BSE professors and faculty, Jenna Hefley, Roger Hoy (6), Deepak Keshwani (6), Angela Pannier, and Suat Irmak, were commended for their positive work and relationship with students. Nominated by at least one parent or student, the honors provide positive feedback to faculty and staff about their work with students.
We're so proud of all of you for your positive impact on students!
The ASABE Soup Fundraiser is happening TODAY! Come support a great group of students from 11:30 - 1:30 in Chase Hall (and have some lunch while you're at it!).
Awesome feature of BSE students and faculty in this month's spread of the Nebraska Alumni Association member calendar!
It’s February 1 and we’re thrilled to be able to feature the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Engineering this month in our member calendar! Pictured h...ere, Biological Systems Engineering students and faculty track Herbie Husker’s love for Nebraska using transcranial Doppler ultrasound to measure real-time blood flow supplied by the heart to the cerebrovascular system.
Come support the ASABE student branch in their soup fundraiser next Friday! You can eat lunch for $5 and support a great group--all at the same time!
Soup will be served from 11:30-1:30 in the Chase Hall commons area.
This month we would like to highlight a recent graduate (as of December 2017) from Mechanized Systems Management (MSYM): Turner Hagen.
When reflecting on his time at UNL, Turner Hagen notes, “I really enjoyed the variety of classes in the BSE Department. From learning about sizing a fan for a grain bin, to basic electrical circuits, all the way up to programing CAN bus systems, it truly made my time enjoyable! I also enjoyed all my fellow students and faculty in the departmen...t, they made me feel at home.” During his time at UNL, Turner’s favorite class was AGEN 492 where he was able to make an engine controller that controlled a John Deere diesel engine as part of a group project.
Outside of the classroom, Turner Hagen was a part of MSYM Club, involved in the 1/4 Scale Tractor team, and worked at the Tractor Test Laboratory all four years of his undergraduate career.
After graduating, Turner Hagen has accepted a job with CLAAS of America as a Technical Service Representative based out of Omaha, NE. His advice to future/prospective students: “Take advantage of all the knowledge and experience the faculty have!”
Welcome back, Huskers!
Meet Dr. Jenny Keshwani, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Systems Engineering and Science Literacy Specialist through Extension. She teaches an undergraduate class while her main focus is promoting science/engineering education in both various settings through her research/extension activities.
What she loves most about her educational setting is “the privilege of working with learners across the spectrum – from elementary students... to college students to professional educators.” She notes that one of the most challenging part of her job is having to “say no to opportunities and only choose those that are most meaningful. I could easily spend all of my time working on outreach programs, or visiting educators across the state, or preparing for classes, or meeting with students, or many other valuable opportunities.”
Outside of work, Dr. Keshwani enjoys “Anything I can do to build community and develop real authentic relationships. I also play piano for a band at my church and enjoy spending time outside.” We’re so thankful have such a passionate member of our Department and everything you do, Dr. Keshwani!
Meet the UNL student branch of The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE)! ASABE is a student organization providing students who are interested in agriculture and biological engineering the opportunity to interact with other students in the department, network with the outside industry, and attend conferences with the national professional society.
Meetings usually include a guest speaker from the industry, information on upcoming events, and annou...ncements from other officers. Food is provided to hungry ASABE members at every meeting!
A few of the ASABE student section members attended the Nebraska Section Meeting on October 20th here on East Campus. The organization will also be sending several members to the Ag. Equipment Technology Conference (AETC) and National Farm Machinery Show this spring in Louisville, KY. Student from ASABE attend AETC every year and always learn a lot and have a blast!
ASABE President Anna Siebe was asked what this organization has done for her and what is has to offer others:
“This organization has influenced my leadership abilities and networking skills. ASABE provides many opportunities for students to network with industry professionals as well as learn about the professional society. There are also unique opportunities for our student members to become familiar with the industry and begin making connections and contacts which will last throughout their careers.”
Photo (left to right): 2017-2018 ASABE Officers Noah Bolin, Colton Rathman, Josh Murman, Rebekah DeFusco, Anna Siebe, Jonah Bolin
Welcome Back, #Huskers! We're excited to start another great semester! We have a lot of great events and spotlights to share with you all this year. Feel free to also follow us on Twitter @UNL_BSE
Very proud of our recent graduate, Allison Porter!
NAME: Allison Porter
HOMETOWN: Sterling, NE
COLLEGE/DEPARTMENT: College of Engineering...
MAJOR: Biological Systems Engineering
WHAT DOES GRADUATING FROM NEBRASKA MEAN TO YOU?
To me, graduating from Nebraska means fulfilling one of my greatest accomplishments with the support of my friends, family, and professors, from an institution that I’ve come to think of as home!
Undergraduate Research Assistant in the Biomedical Imaging & Biosignal Analysis Laboratory
President of the UNL Air & Space Research Team
Honors Peer Mentor Leaders
Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society Executive Team
Biomedical Engineering Society
PLANS AFTER GRADUATION:
I will be interning this spring at NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Next fall, I plan to begin my graduate education in Biomedical Engineering.
I am most looking forward to continuing my education in graduate school and further developing my skills as a biomedical engineer after graduation!
The BEST thing about being a Husker is the welcoming sense of community that Nebraska offers!