The Lichtenberger Engineering Library hosts several events that promote learning, creativity, collaboration, exploration, and imagination.

  • Business Building Blocks workshops are a series of workshops for new entrepreneurs to learn some of the basic pieces needed for starting a business.
  • Capture Your Research! is an image competition where Engineering students, faculty, and staff can submit one image that captures the essence of their research.
  • The Creative Kick-Start is a program for engineering students (undergraduate and graduate) to submit a proposal to receive funding for prototyping/finishing their projects
  • The Engineering Open is a design challenge where teams build a par 3 mini golf hole. Judging is based on both technical and artistic elements.
  • Graduate Thesis Boot Camp is a multi-day workshop which provides current engineering and computer science graduate students with the opportunity to make progress on their dissertation or master’s thesis.
  • Learn & Create Workshops for hands-on learning about tools and skills.
  • Research Scholars Workshops are designed to provide guidance and resources as researchers progress in their work.
  • SciFi Flix are events over Zoom where College of Engineering faculty provide expert commentary through a movie (good and bad) – movies selected have some engineering/STEM topic.