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Bulk Solids Innovation Center project progressing, amasses $2.4 million in equipment donations
A groundbreaking for the Kansas State University Bulk Solids Innovation Center will be at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, July 10, in the 600 block o (More)
Harding wins K-State Salina’s Marchbanks Memorial Award for Teaching Excellence
Kansas State University Salina computer systems technology professor Troy Harding has been named the recipient of the college\'s prestigious Marchbanks Memorial Award for Teaching Excellence for the 2013-2014 school year.More)
Khan receives K-State Salina faculty fellow award
Kansas State University Salina electronic and computer engineering technology professor Saeed Khan has been named the recipient of the university (More)
Noteworthy News
Where are our MNEs? We would like to hear from you. Email Mitzi Farmer at mwfarmer@k-state.edu with information about your career, family or other post-graduation updates. When you send news be sure to i (More)
Spring 2014 Undergraduate Research Poster Forum
  The first Engineering Undergraduate Research Poster Forum on April 22 in the College of Engineering Atrium included 22 poster presentations from five different engi (More)
Special Recognitions
  Hosni named International Educator of the Year Dr. Mo Hosni     Mo Hosni, MNE profosser, was honored as the International Educator of the Year b (More)
Segbot
Segbot A Kansas State University professor and a group of students designed and built a Segway Style Balancing Robot (Segbot). A  two-wheeled, balancing robot, it is an example of an underactuated, nonlinear, nonholonomic dynamic system. Warren Whi (More)
Greetings from the Department Head
Dr. William L. Dunn, Department Head of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering   Well, we broke another record this fall—reaching an undergraduate enrollment of 870 s (More)
This Fall we\'ve been...
CREATING AWARD WINNING WORK l KS APA and the Marsha Ritzdorf Award read more   CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF LANDSCAPE ARCH (More)
Women\'s Studies Celebrates its Students and Honors its Community
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