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Four KU Faculty Members Receive Distinguished Professor Status

Note: This story was updated Sept. 11, 2020, to clarify the named and University Distinguished Professorships awarded.

New Engineering Advisory Board Strengthens Relationships with Alumni

LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas School of Engineering has formed a new advisory board of recent graduates to advise the school’s faculty and staff as they prepare students to enter the engineering field.

KU Engineering Launches Career Accelerator Lecture Series

LAWRENCE — Engineering students at the University of Kansas will have a new opportunity to learn more about the business side of their profession in a new lecture series starting this fall.

School of Engineering Recognizes Student and Faculty Award Winners, Academic Excellence

The University of Kansas School of Engineering announces its outstanding undergraduate and graduate students and faculty and staff award winners.

Career Networking Opportunities Await KU Engineering Students

Rock Chalk Welcome (Back)!

Whether you are a first-year Jayhawk arriving to KU or returning for another exciting year, welcome (back) to campus! Several events are planned at the School of Engineering and across the university to greet students for the 2019-2020 academic year. Here’s a quick rundown:

Rock Chalk Welcome (Back)!

Whether you are a first-year Jayhawk arriving to KU or returning for another exciting year, welcome (back) to campus! Several events are planned at the School of Engineering and across the university to greet students for the 2019-2020 academic year. Here’s a quick rundown:

Four KU Engineering Professors Awarded for Early Career Success

Four assistant professors at the University of Kansas School of Engineering each received a prestigious grant designed to support junior STEM faculty members establish a lifetime of leadership in their respective field.

Engineering Student Helps Rescue Struggling Swimmer During Spring Break Trip

A student in the School of Engineering was one of three University of Kansas students credited with rescuing a young boy in March from a riptide during their spring break trip to Florida.

KU to host conference on cybersecurity for the ‘Internet of Things’

LAWRENCE — Security experts from across the Midwest region will gather on the KU Edwards Campus on Oct. 2 for a daylong conference on “Securing the Internet of Things.”  

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