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Engineers Work on Better Real-Time Wireless Data Transmission

October 20 2014

Lingjia Liu, assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science, is leading the effort and has secured a one-year, $122,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to begin work on the project.

Equipment Grant Will Further KU's Efforts in Materials Engineering

October 16 2014

Distinguished Lecture for Oct. 8 Canceled

October 8 2014

2014 High School Design Competition: To the Moon and Back! -- set for Nov. 5

October 3 2014

Aerospace Students Honored for Aircraft Design

October 3 2014


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November 05 2014
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A hands-on engineering design event for high school students in Kansas and the Kansas City metro area. There will also be a Lego Mindstorm competition. Advance registration is required.
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November 06 2014
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U.S. Navy Vice Adm. Michael Loose, ret., will deliver the annual Tiberti Family Lecture on ethics, ingenuity, entrepreneurship and issues for education, personal growth and professional development. Open to all KU students and other guests. Loose is a KU civil engineering alumnus. Held in conjunction with the KU Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering.
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December 04 2014
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These two brothers and successful KU School of Engineering alumni will offer observations about their individual career paths.
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December 13 2014
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A ceremony recognizing School of Engineering students graduating at the end of the fall 2014 semester. A reception for graduates and guests follows in Eaton Hall.


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Explore Engineering

This section will tell you a little bit more about what to expect after you've earned your accredited bachelor's degree from the KU School of Engineering.

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The Self Engineering Leadership Fellows Program offers an attractive 4-year financial and enrichment program that develops involved students into talented business and industry leaders of tomorrow.
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