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Researchers develop hardware-cybersecurity education program with $400,000 NSF grant

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 2021-2022 academic year. Here’s a quick rundown:

Sutley Seeks to ‘Build Community’ in New Role as Engineering Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging

Elaina Sutley’s engineering career has long been about more than simply designing and building things that make the world work. She has always been interested in how the stuff that gets built affects people — and particularly people from marginalized communities.

Alumnus honors professor with gift to KU Department of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering

LAWRENCE — Zack Holland didn’t know he wanted to be a petroleum engineer. But an opportunity to study the subject at the University of Kansas on scholarship sent him down that path.

KU leading program to bring teachers into research labs, design education to draw diverse scholars to engineering

LAWRENCE — Improved recruitment of women, racial and ethnic minorities to engineering and the sciences has long been a goal in the field.

Engineering professor named 1 of 5 finalists for the A.F. Harvey Engineering Research Prize

LAWRENCE — An engineering professor at the University of Kansas has been shortlisted for one of the most prestigious international prizes in the profession.

Elaina Sutley named engineering associate dean for diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging

LAWRENCE — Elaina Sutley, associate professor of civil, environmental & architectural engineering, has been named associate dean for diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging for the University of Kansas School of Engineering.

KU Engineering students re-imagine bumper scooter to create new opportunities for toddler with disabilities

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

LAWRENCE — A new pape

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.

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