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What’s in store this semester at the Engineering Library

Welcome back! We’re happy to see you again. Here are a few events you can get involved in this semester with the Engineering Library: 

Join a team today for the Engineering Open: Mini Golf Design Challenge!  

The Mini Golf Design Challenge is back! Get creative and join a design team to build a mini golf hole themed around your team’s interest. The event will take place on the afternoon of Friday, Feb.23.  Sign-ups to be on a team are now open.  Individuals who are looking to be on a team can fill out the form here to sign up and be organized by department to work on a fairway. We will have up to 12 fairways in total, six fairways for each of the six departments, plus six additional groups and teams. The additional fairways are for university-recognized clubs and groups that are affiliated with the College of Engineering. If you are affiliated with a club or team and would like to build a fairway, please email with your organization’s name and team members. Team space is limited and first come, first served.   

Begin a new venture in the new year! 

Unlock the power of collaboration by joining our two-hour speed-networking event tailored for aspiring innovators and budding entrepreneurs. Whether you’re studying business, computer science, or engineering, this is your chance to connect with like-minded undergraduate students. Bring your entrepreneurial spirit and ideas, or simply showcase your expertise – everyone is welcome! Just bring a passion for innovation and a desire to find potential business partners. Let’s create synergies that could shape the future of entrepreneurship together! This event is sponsored by the John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center (JPEC) and the Lichtenberger Engineering Library. Sign up to reserve your spot today. 

Pop-Up Workshops 

Give your brain a break and get creative for a few minutes with monthly themed crafts. These activities should only take you about 10-20 minutes to complete. Stop by at any time during the two hours, to take a break and let your creative juices flow.