Hall of Fame
The Hall of Fame award is the highest honor the college bestows, with fewer than one percent of our graduates invited to become members of this elite group. Recipients will join former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Richard Myers (‘65), former NSF Director Dr. John Slaughter and former Cargill CEO, Warren Staley (‘65) in this distinguished group.
Award Selection Criteria
- Professional success and accomplishment
- Active involvement and support of the College of Engineering
- Dedication to and engaged with Kansas State University
- Professional and public service
The Kansas State University College of Engineering Hall of Fame recognizes successful alumni who have reached the highest levels of achievement in their professional endeavors and who are committed to maintaining the highest standards of their profession. In addition to alumni, each year one non-alumnus may be so honored. All alumni who are at least 20 years beyond graduation are eligible. K-State faculty members are also eligible upon reaching emeritus status. Hall of Fame candidates are nominated by the College of Engineering administration, faculty and alumni, and represent the top one percent of graduates the college.
2013 Hall of Fame Inductees
- James Michael Duncan‡
- Mark Hutton
- Thomas Paulson
Hall of Fame Recipients