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KUAE selected to participate in the NREL Collegiate Wind Energy Challenge
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and its National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) are
pleased to announce the teams selected to take part in the inaugural DOE Collegiate Wind Competition. Read More...
KUAE Faculty and Students Featured in NSF Video
LAWRENCE — Professor Rick Hale and his team of students are prominently featured in a recent NSF
video highlighting the achievements by the Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets (CReSIS), directed by
Professor Prasad Gogineni. Read More...
KU awarded grant for DARPA Robotics Challenge
LAWRENCE — A team from the University of Kansas School of Engineering was selected to participate in
a competition from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to design a humanoid
robot capable of performing a broad range of human tasks in an emergency situation... Read More...
NSF grant to KUAE professor and his team to develop advanced radars
LAWRENCE — A team of researchers with the Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets (CReSIS) at
the University of Kansas will soon have better ways to monitor and predict the impact of climate change
on polar ice sheets.. Read More...
KU Aerospace engineering graduates win multiple honors in competitions
LAWRENCE — Aerospace engineering students from the University of Kansas School of Engineering
continue a long tradition of Jayhawk success in international design competitions. Read More...
AIAA/IGTI Engine Design Competition
The Jayhawk Jet 120 engine (JJ-120) was designed to respond to the request for proposal
issued by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and the International Gas
Turbine Institute for a half-scale unmanned Joint Strike Fighter power-plant. The engine
was named for its design mass flow rate, and the designer’s alma mater. Read More...
Microsoft Office Training
If you'd like to know more about using Microsoft Office, or other software, take a look at the free courses offered by Instructional Services. There is a course called Word Long Documents that instructs you on creating a Table of Contents, Table of Figures and other useful information.