Architecture

PAIN Design-Build (Eastern Redcedar Microdwelling and The Backlot-Backloop Projects)

Architecture

Faculty Advisor
Jason Griffiths
Contact Email
Start Date
6/1/21
Paid or Volunteer
Paid, can apply for UCARE funding
Hours Per Week
20 hr/week in summer, 10 hr/week in academic year

Two projects available:

Eastern Redcedar Design-Build Microdwelling

This application seeks students to help complete construction drawings for Eastern Redcedar Design-Build Microdwelling. This project NET grant-funded project is the latest in a series of collaborations between UNL’s College of Architecture “design-build” program and Cedar Point Biostation in Ogallala. Other collaborations include the completion of the ACSA award-wining Baxa Cabin in 2018.

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Story, Worlds, + Speculative Design Lab

Center for Emerging Media Arts

Faculty Advisor
Ash Eliza Smith
Contact Email
Start Date
6/1/21
Paid or Volunteer
May begin immediately for hourly wage, UCARE funding begins June 1
Hours Per Week
20 hr/week in summer, 10 hr/week in academic year

Seeking an interdisciplinary cohort of undergraduate researchers, designers, coders, thinkers, innovators and creative makers. Join this unique opportunity to be a member of this new lab within the Center for Emerging Media Arts on the UNL campus.

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Historic Preservation Programming

Nebraska State Preservation Office

Faculty Advisor
Jessica Tebo
Contact Email
Start Date
2/1/2020
Paid or Volunteer
Paid by UCARE Funding
Hours Per Week
20

The Nebraska State Preservation Office is a state government agency that oversees the preservation of cultural and historic resources. We manage eight different programs designed to engage with the public all across the state of Nebraska. A large part of our mission is to educate communities about their rich and diverse historical resources, with the goal of empowering individuals to feel pride and ownership in these places. We are also an interdisciplinary organization. Our staff has expertise in history, architecture, GIS, state law, and archeology.

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