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.”
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.
LAWRENCE — The 2019-2020 academic year was record-setting on two important fronts for the University of Kansas School of Engineering.
Some engineering students may never look at an aluminum can in the same way again.