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Nebraska Innovation Studio, 2015.
Students hone creativity in Nebraska Innovation Studio course.
This is the true story of twenty-three University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) students from various academic backgrounds, picked to work together and learn about new technologies; to find out what happens when people start tinkering and begin to develop bigger ideas.
This is "Making for Innovation," a unique, first-time UNL course offered in the new Nebraska Innovation Studio at Nebraska Innovation Campus.
The class, which is worth three credit hours and meets for lectures on Tuesdays and lab projects on Thursdays, is taught by Shane Farritor, Professor of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, and Liana Owad, a UNL graduate with a Master of Fine Arts.