The National Science Foundation announced April 11 it will establish a prestigious multimillion-dollar research center at the University of Kansas. The new NSF Science and Technology Center will research polar ice and its potential effect on global climate change.
Deriving the greatest possible benefit from biological systems data poses one of the most significant challenges of the modern era. KU researchers are using advanced computational methods and other information technologies to transform data into useful information.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FROM EECS GRADUATE STUDENTS FOR THE DAVID D. AND MILDRED H. ROBB AWARD
Professor Dave Petr, Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies, was presented the Kemper Fellowship Award by the "Suprise Patrol". Dr. Petr has been educating and guiding students in the EECS department for 15 years.
New EECS students should go to 2001 Eaton Hall to pick up their computer account information. These computer accounts are required to use EECS computing resources.
The EECS department has finished measures to protect its network and is now allowing remote access to systems. The measures taken by the EECS department were necessary after systems were compromised at the Information and Technology Center (ITTC) of the University of Kansas.
Paul F. Huebner Memorial Award is offered to teaching assistants who best exemplify the role of a teacher. It is intended to reward good teaching and encourage students to consider teaching as a career. Presented to: Anthony R. Neumann