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Petroleum Engineering Professor Wins International ‘Breakthrough Research of the Year’ Award

A University of Kansas researcher has been honored with one of the energy industry’s most prestigious awards.

KU Civil Engineering Student Receives Prestigious Boren Award

A University of Kansas junior from Overland Park has been awarded a David L. Boren Scholarship for $25,000 to study at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, in 2023.

KU Engineering Professor Named Editor of Newly Launched International Academic Journal Focused on Radar

A professor at the University of Kansas School of Engineering has been named the first editor of a new academic journal.

$750K Donation to Expand Operations at KU Engineering’s National Center for Construction Safety

LAWRENCE — An anonymous donor has made a 10-year pledge to help fund ongoing operations at the Craig & Diane Martin National Center for Construction Safety at the University of Kansas School of Engineering.

KU Engineering Professor Wins $100k Award to Research Wastewater Intensification

A prestigious award from the Water Research Foundation will provide the opportunity for a University of Kansas School of Engineering professor to research a breakthrough approach to improving water quality.

Report Shows Tectonics to be Main Driver Of Hillslope 'Connectivity'

Chances are good that most people reading this are situated on a hillslope, as hillslopes cover some 90% of the Earth’s landmass.

KU Project to Responsibly Maximize Recovery from Unconventional Oil and Gas Reservoirs Nominated for 'Breakthrough Research of the Year'

A team led by a University of Kansas researcher is a finalist for one of the global energy industry’s most prestigious awards.

School of Engineering to Dedicate Memorial Highlighting Contributions of Madison 'Al' and Lila Self

Researcher Aims to Boost Rural Access to 5g, Harden Wireless Network Security and Help Conceive 6G

Look closely at any mobile service provider’s map of nationwide 5G coverage, and you’ll notice huge swaths of the country — rural areas — don’t have 5G service. 

KU Engineering Alumnus Awarded Medal of Honor From Ellis Island Honors Society

When Gregs Thomopulos came to the University of Kansas from Nigeria in 1962, his biggest worry was not wasting the opportunity. “Coming from abroad, I was very focused on having gotten to this university. I didn’t want to blow it,” he said.

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