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Prepare for Liftoff: KU Aerospace Engineering Students Finalizing Plans to Launch CubeSat

A group of engineering students at the University of Kansas expects to launch a small satellite, called a CubeSat, aboard a NASA rocket later this year.

Research into Steel Bridges Funded by Three New Federal Highway Administration Grants Will Fortify American Infrastructure

KU Engineering Develops Curriculum to Address Workforce Shortage in Microchip Production

Adaptable, At-Home Covid Testing Device Developed At KU Receives Funding Boost

  An at-home COVID-19 testing device developed by a University of Kansas professor is another step closer to hitting the market.

Chemical Engineering Major Competing for Goldwater Scholarship

Mary Sevart, a junior majoring in chemical engineering, is one of five KU students competing for Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships, regarded as the premier undergraduate award to encourage excellence in science, engineering and mathematics. 

KU Chemical & Petroleum Engineering Department Wins $100,000 Grant to Work on New Model for Evaluating Teaching

The Department of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering at the University of Kansas has been selected to receive a $100,000 award from the Association of American Universities to support projects that lead to better methods for evaluating STEM teaching.

Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Department Establishes Distinguished Service Award

The Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science in the University of Kansas School of Engineering is launching a new award to recognize distinguished alumni and dedicated associates of the department.

EECS Assistant Professor Will Use NSF Award to Fortify and Improve Security Operations Centers

A prestigious Faculty Early Career Development Program award from the National Science Foundation will enable a researcher from the KU School of Engineering to investigate how to boost effectiveness of security operations centers (SOCs) — centralized facilities that deal with security issues and

KU Aerospace Engineering Team Wins Valuable Time on Supercomputer to Research Improved Aerodynamics

A team led by a University of Kansas professor of aerospace engineering has been awarded time on one of the world’s fastest supercomputers. They’ll use it to help solve one of the “grand challenges” in developing the next generation of aircraft.

KU Engineering Professor Named AAAS Fellow

Anil Misra, professor of civil, environmental & architectural engineering, is one of three KU professors selected as fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), a distinct honor within the scientific community.

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