COE Top News & Stories
Engineering professor named to American Ceramic Society editorial advisory board
Gurpreet Singh, associate professor of mechanical and nuclear engineering, has been appointed a member of the editorial advisory board for the American Ceramic Society Bulletin.
Fateh receives travel award to present at Energy Conversion Congress and Expo
Fariba Fateh, doctoral candidate in electrical and computer engineering, will present a paper at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 2015 Energy Conversion Congress and Expo.
Bartlett & West named the College of Engineering Company of the Year
The engineering and technology firm Bartlett & West Inc. has been named the 2015 Company of the Year for its extensive support of Kansas State University's College of Engineering.
Scholarship honors K-State professor's legacy
Alok Bhandari accomplished a lot in 44 years before succumbing to cancer in 2013. Toward the end of his life, the K-State professor was pleased when friends suggested creating the Alok Bhandari Civil Engineering Scholarship at K-State in his honor.
Fountain Wars Design Team takes third at international competition
A team from Kansas State University made a splash at the 2015 Fountain Wars competition by finishing in third place.
Architectural engineering senior awarded scholarship
Robee Ybanez, Kansas State University senior in architectural engineering, has been awarded a $2,000 Midwest Concrete Industry Board Scholarship for the 2015-16 academic year.
The tradition continues: Robotics team earns ninth straight championship
The streak continues. The Kansas State University Robotics Design Team is the winner of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers' annual student robotics design competition for the ninth year in a row.
Biological systems engineering students, faculty earn honors at international meeting
K-State students and faculty claimed many of the top honors at the American Society of Biological and Agricultural Engineering International Meeting in New Orleans.
Cattle movement estimation study sheds light on disease risk
A new technique developed by Caterina Scoglio, a Kansas State University electrical and computer engineering professor, and her former student, Phillip Schumm, helps estimate the movement of beef cattle to determine the risk of disease.