Located on the south side of the stadium, the June and Paul Schorr III center was completed in late 2007. The facility provides
18,434 square feet to consolidate areas of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering previously located in two other areas
on campus, and a leased space off campus. The Schorr Center was made possible by a generous donation from Chip Schorr in honor of
his parents, June and Paul Schorr,who are both graduates and long time supporters of the university.
The UNL Holland Computing Center, located in room 118 inside the
Schorr Center, provides campus-wide services to reasearchers who need high performance computing resources such as Tusker, a powerful
supercomputer. Tusker is used by scientists and engineers to study
subjects such as nanoscale chemistry, subatomic
physics, meteorology, genomics, crashworthiness and artificial intelligence. Tusker is also used by students at the University
of Nebraska-Lincoln for several courses each year.
To locate the Schorr Center on a map of the UNL City Campus, click here.