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Engineering students attend 2017 Gas Machinery Conference
A team of engineering students from Kansas State University experienced three days of technical training and presentations at the 2017 Gas Machinery Conference Oct. 1-4 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Electrical and computer engineering department receives gift from alumnus
Wanting to help students complete their education and reach career goals, Mark and Brenda Brown established multiple funds supporting students and faculty in the electrical and computer engineering department.
BETSOL, company founded by K-State alumnus, supports College of Engineering's Computer Science Scholars Program
K-State's CS Scholars Program was created to equip students with academic and professional advantages to prepare them to lead in the competitive computer science and information technology industries.
Center for Hazardous Substance Research using $2 million EPA grant to assist tribal communities with contaminated lands
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has selected K-State to receive approximately $2 million in funding over the next five years to provide technical support to tribes addressing environmentally contaminated lands.
Loughmiller appointed to distinguished professorship
Katie Loughmiller, Kansas State University assistant professor of architectural engineering and construction science, has been named to the Martin K. Eby distinguished professorship.