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.”
What is the first thing you notice about the new Earth, Energy & Environment Center at the University of Kansas? It’s really connected.
Elementary and middle school students will flood the University of Kansas School of Engineering complex in March for Engineering Expo, a two-day event designed to allow young minds to explore STEM disciplines.
Today marks the final day of SELF on the Road 2017. We enjoyed a relaxing morning at the hotel and then traveled to In-N-Out Burger. Many burgers, shakes, and animal-style fries were consumed by our group of engineers.
Today we had a busy day visiting two companies—Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc. in Irvine and California Resources Corporation in Long Beach.
On Tuesday, SELF Fellows visited The Spaceship Company located near the Mojave Air and Space Port. The Spaceship Company is a Virgin Galactic company.
We started off our day at the corporate offices of Avery Dennison by jumping into the business perspective.
Our group's first stop on this beautiful Sunday morning was the Getty Center. The Center is known for its famous artworks, gardens, architecture and hill-top views of Los Angeles. In order to reach the center, our group took a 5-minute tram ride up the hill.