Supporting MSP Students within the KU Community
Engineering

The Multicultural Scholars Program in Engineering is personalized to provide students with the necessary supports and opportunities for academic, social and emotional growth.  The program strives to engage students through purposeful interactions with faculty, staff, students and industry while being actively involved at KU.  MSP offers students access to resources and tools that will support their academic success, and provide them the ability to use engineering to impact others and change the world.


Angela Sublett-Knight, Program Coordinator for MSP, IHAWKE, and Women's programs   

The Multicultural Scholars Program in Engineering is vital to academic and social success of current and prospective students. The program’s values and mission have a positive impact on diversity students at KU.  The KU Engineering program plays an integral role in working with students and assisting them on their way to graduation!
 

Visit the IHAWKe Diversity and Women's Programs scholarships page for more information »


Andrew Williams, Engineering Associate Dean of Diversty, Equity, & Inclusion


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