CoE Top News & Stories
- Engineer receives NSF CAREER award for nanotechnology research, educational outreach
A prestigious award will support a Kansas State University engineer's research on nanosheets and will help organize educational activities for high school students and teachers.
Interdisciplinary team completes preservation-based undergraduate research project
An interdisciplinary group of 11 Kansas State University students — working as a team with faculty advisers, members of the Nemaha County Historical Society and a representative from the Kansas Preservation Alliance — recently completed a unique undergraduate research project investigating the Nemaha County Temple of Honor in Seneca.
- Best Online graduate engineering programs
Kansas State University is reaching new heights with distance education, according to U.S. News & World Report's latest rankings of the best online degree programs.
- Student chapters to assist in low-income housing project over semester break
Kansas State University student chapters of both the Associated General Contractors of America and Habitat for Humanity are tag-teaming to construct low-income housing, Jan. 11-18, 2015, in Mobile, Alabama
- 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.