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Office of Engineering Research and Graduate Programs

Office of Engineering Research and Graduate Programs
Kansas State University
College of Engineering
1042 Rathbone Hall
1701B Platt St.
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-5844
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June 2015 Awards

BIOLOGICAL AND AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
 
He, Mei and Harner, Joe, US Department of Health and Human Services, $20,111, “Start-up Package Support - Mei He.”
 
Sheshukov, Aleksey and Kisekka, Isaya, Vietnam Education Foundation, $28,000, “Vietnam Education Foundation Fellowship.”
 
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
 
Rezac, Mary, National Science Foundation, $49,998, “FEW Workshop: Water- and Energy-efficient Food Production: Solutions for America's Bread Basket.”
 
ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
 
Dyer, Stephen, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, $10,000, “Development of a Graduate-level "Sensors and Systems" Course.”
 
Schulz, Noel and Gruenbacher, Don, Kansas State University Foundation, $81,392, “Power Affiliates.”
 
Prakash, Punit, Johnson Center for Basic Research (Kansas State University Foundation), $11,000, “EEC Cancer Center Research.”
 
INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
 
Eckels, Steven and McCullough, Elizabeth, Multi-Sponsor, $1,800, “Thermal Properties of Textile Products.”
 
KANSAS INDUSTRIAL EXTENSION SERVICES
 
Carter, David, Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation, $9,039, “Pollution Prevention Student Intern Program 2015.”
 
MECHANICAL AND NUCLEAR ENGINEERING
 
McGregor, Douglas, Shultis, Kenneth and Bellinger, Steven, US Department of Defense, $380,313.55, “Advanced Trenched Structure for Solid-State Neutron Detectors.”
 
Lease, Kevin, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, $49,683, “Kansas Space Grant Consortium.”
 
McGregor, Douglas and Shultis, Kenneth, US Department of Defense, $308,846.75, “Wearable Detection Device (WDD) - Low Visibility Gamma Neutron Sensor.”
 
Wang, Youqi, US Department of Defense, $80,000, “Design Methodology for Accelerated Development of Manufacturing and Technical Readiness Levels for Integrally Fabricated 3D Woven C-C Aeroshells.”