The KU School of Engineering is a bridge to the future,
pioneering new technologies and developing solutions to the
problems facing the world. KU engineering and computer
science faculty, students and staff are committed to answering
the call for solid interdisciplinary research and engineering
The annual fundraiser sponsored by the SELF Engineering Leadership Fellows Program is set for 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 28, in Eaton Hall. Tickets are $5 in advance, $6 at the door.
March 31 2015
Get helpful information on what should be displayed on a poster and how to present that information to be understood by engineers and a general audience.
RSVP at rockchalkcentral.ku.edu.
April 11 2015
Exponent is an exclusive exploration of engineering and computing for African-American, Hispanic and Native-American high school juniors and seniors.
Participants must have a 3.2 GPA or better and letters of recommendation from teachers and counselors.
April 16 2015
This is a great way to practice describing your research (presentation and poster sessions) to the KU community. No travel and no pressure with the opportunity to present in a comfortable and familiar environment (and a chance to win a cash prize). Students who participate will receive feedback from faculty and staff on their poster and presentation skills. Submit an application form with abstract to email@example.com (deadline 4/1/15) and RSVP to the competition at rockchalkcentral.ku.edu.
April 16 2015
All graduate students currently enrolled in the School of Engineering are invited to present original research conducted at KU. Students are welcome to repurpose any materials submitted to a recent upcoming or professional conference for this event. Winners will receive cash prizes.
Whether your passion is furthering innovative research, bringing the best professors to KU or providing students with enriching opportunities, support for the KU School of Engineering is crucial to providing all students with a stellar learning environment.
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.
Interesting in the KU School of Engineering? Check out the available camps and events, or setup time for a personalized visit to our campus.
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.
Have computer issues? Go ahead and give our area a visit. At the blazing speed of e-mail, we'll do our best to help you out.
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