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Study shows constructed wetlands are best protection for agricultural runoff into waterways

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KU School of Engineering associate professor wins prestigious fellowship for bridge lifespan research

LAWRENCE — A University of Kansas School of Engineering professor has received a prestigious national fellowship award for his research into new techniques to build steel decks for highway bridges.

Two KU students earn Astronaut Scholarships

LAWRENCE — Two University of Kansas students entering their final year of undergraduate study have earned scholarships from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.

Aerospace Engineering Emeritus Professor Receives National Recognition For Career Achievement

LAWRENCE — A longtime University of Kansas professor has been honored with an award to recognize his career achievements in aerospace engineering education.

KU Engineering Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Accepts Role as Dean of Engineering at The Citadel

Andrew Williams, KU Engineering Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and Charles E. and Mary Jane Spahr Professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, has accepted the role as Dean of Engineering at The Citadel, in Charleston, South Carolina.

KU Aerospace Engineering Students Earn Acclaim in International Design Competition

LAWRENCE — Three student teams from the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Kansas have won prestigious design awards from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), adding to KU’s rich history of recognition in AIAA competition.

KU joins industry partners to advance gas-separation with green materials first created for soda bottles

LAWRENCE — A $1 million, 18-month collaboration between the University of Kansas School of Engineering and the RAPID Manufacturing Institute for Process Intensification launched in 2017 by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers will develop technology to separate gas using renewable, high-p

KU Bioengineering Program Awarded Grant to Expand Opportunities for Underrepresented Students

LAWRENCE — University of Kansas graduate student Pamela Johnson, along with her mentor Jennifer Robinson, assistant professor of chemical & petroleum engineering, has earned a prestigious Gilliam Fellowship from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI).

KU announces ExCEL Award winners, concludes 108th Homecoming celebration

KU Researchers Developing Quick-Turnaround COVID-19 Test

LAWRENCE — A University of Kansas professor is leading an effort to develop a quick-turnaround COVID-19 test that can be used at home.

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