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KU Scientist Receives Honorary Membership Award from International Organization

LAWRENCE — Evan Franseen, professor of geology at the University of Kansas, senior scientific fellow at the Kansas Geological Survey and co-director of the Kansas Interdisciplinary Carbonates Consortium, is the recipient of the 2023 Honorary Membership Award from SEPM, the Society for Sedimentary

Kansas Coalition To Take Step Toward Development Of Regional Hydrogen Hub

LAWRENCE — A coalition of Kansas public entities and private partners will apply for federal funding that could make Kansas a regional hub in the emerging hydrogen economy.

Researchers At CRESIS Build Radar System To Extend Range Of Ice Surveys And Close 'Data Gaps'

LAWRENCE — Researchers at the Center for Remote Sensing and Integrated Systems, headquartered at the University of Kansas, have received almost $1 million from the National Science Foundation’s 

KU Awarded Grant To Assist In Bringing Equity And Excellence To Introductory Science Classes

LAWRENCE — An interdisciplinary team of professors at the University of Kansas has received a $529,500 grant to improve student success and reduce achievement gaps in undergraduate science education.

Petroleum Engineering Professor Wins International ‘Breakthrough Research Of The Year’ Award

LAWRENCE — A University of Kansas researcher has been honored with one of the energy industry’s most prestigious awards.

Kansas Geological Survey Scientist Emeritus Receives Water Legacy Award

LAWRENCE — Donald Whittemore, scientist emeritus at the Kansas Geological Survey whose groundbreaking work toward understanding and addressing a wide range of water resources issues in Kansas has touched every corner of the state, is the recipient of the Water Legacy Award presented by the Kansas

KU Geography Student Receives Prestigious Doctoral Dissertation Award

LAWRENCE — University of Kansas geography doctoral candidate Carolisa Watson has received the prestigious Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Award.

KU To Host 21st Annual Event Exploring Latest In Geographic Information Systems

LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas will host the 21st annual GIS Day @ KU, an educational event to promote awareness of geographic information systems and the latest developments in the field. The virtual event, which is free and open to the public, begins at 9 a.m. Nov. 16.

KU Kudos: Jayhawk Faculty And Staff Achievements, November 2022

LAWRENCE — It's time to celebrate Jayhawk colleagues' achievements: KU News Service accepted submissions and combed websites, social media and newsletters for recent external honors and awards for current faculty and staff at the Lawrence, Edwards and Medical Center campuses and affiliates.

Greenland's Frozen Hinterlands Are Bleeding Worse Than We Thought

Sea level rise may proceed faster than expected in the coming decades, as a gargantuan flow of ice slithering out of Greenland’s remote interior both picks up speed and shrinks.

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