CoE Top News & Stories
- College of Engineering researchers awarded NSF RAPID grant for Ebola project
With the current outbreak of the Ebola virus continuing to spread around the globe, a proposal from two College of Engineering researchers to provide quantitative measures for effectiveness of contact tracing using mathematics and computer simulations has been awarded a National Science Foundation RAPID grant.
- Engineering assistant professor selected for National Science Foundation-funded fellowship program
Jessica Heier Stamm, K-State assistant professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, has been selected for the National Science Foundation-funded fellowship program Enabling the Next Generation of Hazards and Disasters Researchers.
- Civil engineering doctoral candidate receives student of the year honor
Nassim Sabhafar, doctoral student in civil engineering, has been named the 2014 Mid-America Transportation Center Student of the Year and will be honored at the Council of University Transportation Center Awards Banquet in January 2015 in Washington, D.C.
- K-State freshman part of the game jam winning team
K-Staters participated in a game jam with Texas A&M University on Nov. 7-9 in College Station. This 48-hour game building competition was organized into 15 teams of two to four developers, designers and artists.
- Chemical engineering senior wins national student design competition
Andrew Woolley, senior in chemical engineering, is the recipient of the A. McLaren White Award for his first-place-winning entry in the American Institute for Chemical Engineers national student design competition.