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.”
Engineering Foundation Distinguished Professor Among Recipients of Higuchi-KU Endowment Research Achievement Awards
Steven Soper, Foundation Distinguished Professor, chemistry, mechanical engineering and bioengineering, was among four University of Kansas faculty members on the Lawrence and Medical Center campuses are this year’s recipients of the Higuchi-KU Endowment Research Achievement Awards, the state hig
Biotech Company with KU Roots Wins National Competition, Secures Funding T=to Help Move Research 'From Bench To Bedside'
The human body contains trillions of cells at any given moment, each doing highly specialized work to help us function — but they don’t operate in isolation. Imagine a sophisticated FedEx or UPS delivery network empowering communication between our cells.
Retired automotive chairman Robert Eaton and his wife, Connie Drake Eaton, both KU alumni, established the Eaton Scholarship at KU with a $1 million gift.
KU Engineering students will experience a new education abroad program through a $15,000 start-up grant from IES Abroad.
Meshing wasn’t always at the center of University of Kansas engineering professor Suzanne Shontz’s research. She wasn’t even familiar with the concept when she enrolled in graduate school at Cornell University.