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The frontline of innovation, invention and discovery
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The legacy of KU's greatest benefactors Al and Lila Self lives on not only in our people, but in our bones. 

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Last week KU announced spring undergraduate research award recipients. Looks like we'll have some busy SoE students. http://bit.ly/1yJWg6R

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The school's Office of Diversity and Women's Programs helps students build their voice and realize the dream. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxKTmCIBhhg

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Enrollment Under Way for Redesigned EMGT 862 Manufacturing Systems Integration
Hey, professionals, enroll now in the redesigned EMGT 862 Manufacturing Systems Integration for the spring semester. There are no prerequisites and you do not need to be a degree-seeking student. This course develops the rationale and need for the integration of manufacturing systems and deals with the multitude of practical problems involved with manufacturing systems integration.

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Students in the KU School of Engineering are among the many Jayhawks who will benefit from the historic generosity of Al and Lila Self.

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Retired U.S. Navy vice admiral Michael Loose, Parsons Corp. senior vice president and a 1975 University of Kansas School of Engineering civil engineering graduate, delivered the fourth annual J.A. Tiberti Family Lecture on leadership. Presented at the KU School of Engineering.

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Alumni, make a difference for a KU Engineering student. Volunteer to have a student shadow at your workplace for Jayhawks on the Job, Jan 9, 2015. The focus is primarily on making connections in the Kansas and Kansas City Metro area, however we'll work to make matches for students out of state as well. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/1qScPru

Join KU EE doctoral candidate Lei Shi as he talks about his startup UAVradars at Lawrence's 1 Million Cups, 9 a.m., Wed., 810 Penn. Come for the ideas. Enjoy the coffee. Stay for the networking. #KUdiscoveries 

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KU Dean of Engineering Michael Branicky mingles during a break at today's Compute Midwest conference in Kansas City.
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KU School of Engineering Professor Ted Bergman is looking to laptop technology to quench the thirst of power production. Power plants are a huge drain on freshwater sources in the United States.
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