Sixteen faculty members at the University of Kansas School of Engineering are among the top 2% of scientists worldwide cited by others in research publications, according to a study from Stanford University. That number equals roughly 14% of KU’s engineering faculty — an “impressive accomplishment,” said Arvin Agah, dean of the engineering school. “I appreciate the commitment and dedication it takes to achieve this status.”
When researchers at the University of Kansas wanted to test a new, environmentally friendly “chiller system” for large buildings, they didn’t have to go far — they chose Watson Library on the KU Lawrence campus.
KU to Lead $24m Statewide Investment to Advance Research on Resilient and Socially Equitable Infrastructure
Kansas currently ranks ninth in federal disaster declarations per capita. Amid changing climate patterns and frequent extreme weather events, historically underserved communities often receive less aid and recover slower from weather disasters.
Sixteen faculty members at the University of Kansas School of Engineering are among the top 2% of scientists worldwide cited by others in research publications, according to a study from Stanford University.
Center Creating Lab-on-a-Chip Technology for Medical Tests Wins $6.6 Million in Continued NIH Funding
A research center based at the University of Kansas that develops rapid next-generation tests for a host of human ailments like cancer, stroke and COVID-19 recently earned $6.6 million in continued funding over the next five years from the National Institutes of Health's
A University of Kansas senior in chemical engineering with plans to pursue a medical degree in the KU School of Medicine after graduation is this year’s winner of the James Blackiston Memorial Graduate Fellowship from the KU chapter of Phi Kappa Phi.
KU Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Inducts Inaugural Class of Distinguished Service Award Winners
A man who revolutionized the way the world views maps online and another who was a pioneer in computing on the University of Kansas campus are the first two recipients of the KU EECS Distinguished Service (KEDS) Award from the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science.
Two University of Kansas School of Engineering students have received international recognition for their research on radar systems.
Three alumni from the University of Kansas School of Engineering will receive the school’s highest award in a ceremony set for 6 p.m. May 5.
Mary Sevart, a junior in chemical engineering, is among the record number of five KU juniors to earn a Barry M. Goldwater scholarship, recognizing their achievements in the STEM fields.