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Steel Bridge Team wins regional competition, qualifies for nationals
The Kansas State University Steel Bridge Team won first place at the American Society of Civil Engineers/American Institute of Steel Construction Mid-Continent Student Regional Conference April 21 at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.
Kansas State University team breezes to high finish in wind turbine competition
The Wildcat Wind Power Team is the second-place winner in the 2017 Engineering Challenge of the Collegiate Wind Competition.
Purple reigns in EPA's national Campus RainWorks green infrastructure design competition
Kansas State University team has won the Environmental Protection Agency's Campus RainWorks Challenge for the second time.
University's 2017-2018 Coffman chair to focus on classroom tutoring
K-State's 2017-18 Coffman chair for distinguished teaching scholars, Todd Easton, associate professor of industrial and manufacturing systems, plans to help other faculty members improve their teaching abilities by incorporating tutoring during lectures.
Architectural engineering students awarded Lighting Education Scholarships
Five K-State architectural engineering students — Trevyn Sell, Heather Randolph, Whitney Luck, Danielle Porter and Darci Kern — have been awarded undergraduate scholarships totaling $18,500 from the Besal Lighting Education Fund.
Kansas State University student to research plants producing new antibiotics in Germany
If new antibiotics could come from plants, they would be an addition to the world's arsenal of bacteria-fighting tools, according to Gabrielle Phillips, a K-State sophomore in mechanical engineering.