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Professor Belinda Sturm Receives 2022 Paul L. Busch Award

The Paul L. Busch Award recognizes an individual for innovative research in the field of water quality and the water environment, with a special focus on those who show promise and make significant contributions in bridging research and its practical application.

MSCE Alum Charles K. Nmai Named President of ACI


Research into steel bridges funded by three new federal highway administration grants will fortify American infrastructure

Several awards from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to the University of Kansas School of Engineering will enable research to improve and lengthen the life of bridges, a critical part of American infrastructure

Professor Will Collins Named Recipient of the 2022 Robert J. Dexter Memorial Award Lecture

The Steel Bridge Task Force of the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI), the National Steel Bridge Alliance (NSBA), and the American Association of State and Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO) T-14

Civil Engineering Professor Anil Misra Named AAAS Fellow

Civil Engineering professor Anil Misra named one of three KU AAAS Fellow

ARCE Alum Named Kwame Building Group Person of Year

As the St. Louis-based construction management firm Kwame Building Group marks its 30th anniversary, CEO Tony Thompson offers insight for today's entrepreneurs.

School of Engineering's Tiberti Lecture Set For Oct. 14

LAWRENCE — A past president of the American Society of Civil Engineers will give this year’s J.A. Tiberti Family Lecture at the University of Kansas School of Engineering.

Professor Josh Roundy Collaborative Proposal Recommended for Funding


Dr. Rex Donahey, CEAE Alum, Named Director of ACI Innovative Concrete Technology

The American Concrete Institute (ACI) announces Rex C. Donahey, Ph.D. will serve as the institute’s inaugural director of innovative concrete technology.

Professor Amy Hansen has Paper Published on the Wetlands

LAWRENCE — A new paper from a lead author based at the University of Kansas suggests conservation efforts using wetlands should be implemented at the watershed scale.

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