Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
This is the newsletter for the Biological Systems Engineering unit of the Department of Agricultural Engineering.
Biological Systems Newsletter from 1990-2003.
The collection includes printed materials as well as a history of the UNL Biological Systems Engineering department, which was called Agricultural Engineering before March 1990.
Director’s files including correspondence, subject files, and budget files for the Department of Agricultural Engineering (now Biological Systems Engineering).
The collection consists of Vice Chancellor Duane Acker's subject files, related primarily to the Institute of Agriculture & Natural Resources (IANR).The Acker subject files consist of correspondence, council reports, meeting minutes, and Nebraska drought strategy reports, arranged alphabetically by subject.
The records contain publications and photographs related to the history of the Biological Systems Engineering Department. Significant photograph subjects include Agricultural Engineering class photos, staff and faculty portraits, L.W. Chase Hall, Energy Farm (Mead, Nebraska), Nebraska Tractor Test Lab, and Tractor Power and Safety Day.
Papers of Leonard G Schoenleber
Relating to programs the University of Nebraska conducted with Ataturk and Ankara universities in Turkey, the records include correspondence, subject files, minutes, reports, faculty information, and two photographs.
The collection consists of several thousand photographic prints, negatives, glass plate negatives, and lantern slides. In most cases the prints and negatives are identified by number and subject. The dates are usually not included. The images relate to various activities of the faculty, staff, and students of the College of Agriculture, Agricultural Extension Service, and Experiment Station.
The collection consists of photographic prints and negatives related to agricultural extension. The images show locations in Lincoln and other areas in Nebraska. Many images related to agricultural engineering as well as general agricultural work. The collection has been retained in the alphabetical order in which it was received. An additional inventory is available.
The collection consists of photographic negatives, prints, slides, and films from the Agricultural Engineering Department. Included are images of agricultural machinery, livestock, crops, vehicles, infrastructure, farm outbuildings and other buildings, building materials, and landscape modifications.
The collection consists agricultural engineering project reports from 1906-1962.
Thurman's self-published his autobiography, titled Wayne E. Thurman: His Life and Military Service, in 2009. Thurman writes about growing up on a farm near Oconto, Nebraska, his experience as an agricultural engineer and Reserved Officer Training Corp (ROTC) student at the University of Nebraska (1930-1936), and his service in the United States Air Force during World War II.