COE Top News & Stories
$2.5 million grant funds study of how infectious diseases become epidemics
Two researchers from the College of Engineering are exploring how diseases spread across long distances in an effort to learn how to better control the next human, animal or plant epidemic.
Civil engineering student to intern with UN World Food Program
Ramin Rostampour, K-State junior in civil engineering, will leave for an internship opportunity with the U.N. World Food Program in Rome, Italy, on Nov. 27.
Cassone joins K-State Olathe as engineering programs coordinator
Deandra "Dee Dee" Cassone has been hired as an associate professor in the industrial and manufacturing systems engineering program at Kansas State University Olathe.
Cyber Defense Club takes first in networking competition
A team of seven computing and information sciences students from the Kansas State University Cyber Defense Club took first place at a cyber defense competition Oct. 24, hosted in conjunction with the eighth Central Area Networking and Security workshop.
Engineering professor to give two presentations on dairy-related research
Joe Harner, professor and head of the biological and agricultural engineering department, has been invited to speak at the Creating an Enduring U.S. Dairy Production Sector 30th ADSA Discover Conference on Food Animal Agriculture in Itasca, Illinois.
- Syeda Rubaiyat Aziz, CE Ph.D. student, was selected as one of the top 10 presenters who will be representing K-State at the Capitol Graduate Research Summit in February 2016.
Her poster topic concerns highway safety manual calibration and crash predictions, and her major professor is Sunanda Dissanayake, CE.
Kansas State University team places second at regional construction competition
A student competition team from K-State's architectural engineering and construction science department brought home the second place award in the design-build division from the Region IV Associated Schools of Construction 2015 Student Competition.