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Alycia Noble

Energy Analyst

Some people are just destined to make the world a better place. Technically Alycia’s an energy analyst, but there’s a lot more to her story. With her Masters in Architectural Engineering from UNO/UNL, she’s passionate about saving energy, money, and the environment. Energy-awesomeness aside, she may not tell you that she’s also somewhat of a dog geek – serving as president of a local dog club, and training her German Shepherd, Hannah.

At the University of Nebraska, Alycia was an active member of the Architectural Engineering Student Leadership and Advisory Committee (AESLAC) and learned essential communication, leadership and teamwork skills from her involvement in its many programs and events.

She was also a part of the program’s student team who competed in the 2015 International AEI Student Design Competition. The multidisciplinary team was responsible for designing the mechanical, electrical/lighting and structural systems within a five story urban farming building in Milwaukee, WI. (The building’s owner is a non-profit dedicated to sustainability and energy efficiency). Ms. Noble was a member of the mechanical team that received runner up for its energy-efficient and functional design.

Inspired by the non-profit’s passion for sustainability and community engagement, Alycia chose to use the urban farm building as the center of her graduate project. The goal of her project was to compare the regeneration potential of two micro-hydro turbine configurations within the building’s aquaponics farming system.

  

Education

Bachelor of Science / 2014

Architectural Engineering

Mechanical Systems Concentration

University of Nebraska

Master of Architectural Engineering / 2015

University of Nebraska

 

Professional Associations

Member of ASHRAE, since 2012

 

Selected Speaking and Publishing

Nebraska Chapter ASHARE Meeting, “UNO AEI Student Design Competition – Mechanical and Electrical Designs,” 2015

Architectural Engineering Institute Biennial Professional Conference, “International AEI Student Design Competition,” 2015