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Civil engineering graduate receives prestigious Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship
New civil engineering graduate Blake Moris has been selected by the Federal Highway Administration to receive a Dwight D. Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship for 2018.
Undergraduate students selected to join Kansas State University cancer research teams
Jennifer Coats, CHE, and Jordan Disberger, EE, are two of 33 K-State students chosen to participate in the Johnson Cancer Research Center undergraduate research mentoring and awards program.
Energy department funding university research on use of contaminated waters as reactor coolant
Nuclear engineering researchers receive federal grant for work that could provide safer nuclear power.
- Graduate student awarded top prize at American Institute of Chemical Engineers annual meeting
Haider Almkhelfe, doctoral student in chemical engineering, was presented with the prestigious first-place Carbon Nanomaterials Graduate Student Award at the Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum on Nov. 1.
K-State teams place at regional competition
Two student competition teams from the architectural engineering and construction science department placed second in their respective divisions at the recent Associated Schools of Construction Region 4 2017 Construction Management Competition.