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Project Will Harden 5G Wireless Communication Networks for Military Use with $5 Million From NSF

A new push to strengthen security of 5G wireless communications networks for use by the U.S. armed forces will be centered at the University of Kansas.

KU Engineering’s Annual Tiberti Lecture To Focus on Sustainable Leadership

The chairman, CEO and founder of the first African American employee stock ownership plan corporation in Missouri will deliver this year’s J.A. Tiberti Family Lecture at the University of Kansas School of Engineering.

Startup Central Project Will Educate and Support Biomedical Researchers Turning Innovations Into New Companies

Bringing an idea from a lab to patients and consumers can be a complicated and intimidating process involving patents, governmental regulations, product development, business structuring, hiring issues and many more complex considerations.

Students Invited to KU Engineering High School Design Competition

High school students, start your engines! The future of engineering is revving to race as the University of Kansas School of Engineering hosts its annual STEM competition — High School Design: Race to Innovate — set to take place from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 25.

KU Offers New Cybersecurity Engineering Degree

A new engineering degree program at the University of Kansas will send students into the cybersecurity market armed with tools to create programs and systems that protect the world’s most critical assets from hacking, ransomware and other immensely disruptive crimes and mischief generated during

KU Benefactor Robert Beren Passes Away at 97

Robert Beren, 97, a pioneer and longtime leader in the oil and gas industry in Kansas and benefactor of the School of Engineering, died Tuesday, Aug.

KU Engineering Establishes Virtual Institute to Combat Cyber Threats

A new virtual institute established at the University of Kansas School of Engineering will train the next generation of military and civilian leaders to better combat the growing threat of cyberattacks and protect the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS).

2023 Rock Chalk Welcome (Back)!

First-year Jayhawks arriving at KU and students returning for another exciting year — welcome (back) to campus! The university and the School of Engineering have a a series of opportunities scheduled to welcome students and help forge connections for the 2023-2024 academic year.

KU Engineering Alumnus Murli Tolaney and Son Donate $100,000 for Environmental Engineering Scholarship

University of Kansas School of Engineering alumnus Murli Tolaney is donating $50,000 to strengthen the Tolaney Family Scholarship he established 15 years ago.

KU Engineering Professor Surveys Earthquake Damage in Turkey

When Rémy Lequesne worked his steel-toed boots over the pervasive rubble of apartment buildings, schools, hospitals and dozens of other structures damaged and destroyed by a massive earthquake in early February in Turkey, he faced the real-life devastation already known by so many: more than 50,0

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