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The KU School of Engineering's educational efforts are primarily located on the main KU campus. Research centers and laboratories are found not only in the Engineering Complex but also at other facilities on and off the KU Lawrence campus.
The KU School of Engineering has embarked on a major expansion that will increase the size of the student body, research endeavors and opportunities for students and faculty. To accomplish the goals outlined in the school's Building on Excellence Initiative, KU also will expand the Engineering Complex. Phase I, the M2SEC research facility, was formally dedicated Oct. 12, 2012. Phase 2, which will consist largely of student-oriented spaces, commenced with a fall 2012 ceremonial groundbreaking and construction is expected to conclude during summer 2015. Students, faculty and staff in the School of Engineering were active participants providing valuable input to Phase 2 plans. Learn more about Phase 2.
Learn more about the dedication of the School of Engineering’s new research facility, the Measurement, Materials and Sustainable Environment Center (M2SEC). The $24 million building will provide the setting for cutting-edge, environmentally sustainable research with real-world applications. Research groups from the School of Engineering and across the KU campus will have the unique opportunity to work together on projects and to develop commercial applications based on the results. Construction of this innovative “green technologies” research facility is made possible through the generous contributions of friends of the School of Engineering and a grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
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Visitor parking is readily available near the School of Engineering Complex in the Allen Fieldhouse Parking Garage. A short walk north puts you in touch with world-class research and outstanding teaching in engineering and computer science.
The School of Engineering has several mediated rooms in Eaton Hall and Learned Hall that, when not in use for official university business, can be reserved for use by School of Engineering student organizations, or school faculty and staff for school related activities. Student organizations should fill out and submit the Room Reservation Request form to reserve space managed by the Dean’s Office.