Kevin Bultongez, master's student in mechanical engineering, takes first place out of 400 entrants in poster competition
Kevin Bultongez, MNE graduate student, took first place out of 400 entrants in the poster competition at the National Society of Black Engineers annual convention March 23 - 27 in Boston, Massachusetts. His major professor is Melanie Derby, MNE.
Gurpreet Singh, associate professor of mechanical and nuclear engineering, and his research team have developed a paperlike battery electrode using silicon oxycarbide glass and graphene.
Sarah Stevenson, MNE, has been named the 2016 recipient of the Presidential Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Student in Research, which recognizes outstanding individual contributions in research for the purpose of the discovery and creation of new knowledge at Kansas State University.
Kevin Wanklyn, MNE, is one of four K-State faculty members being recognized with the 2016 Commerce Bank and W.T. Kemper Foundation Outstanding Teaching Award for making a difference in the classroom.
Sarah Stevenson, junior in mechanical engineering, placed 2nd in the Society of Women Engineers Annual Conference poster competition in Nashville, TN.
For the second year in a row, a Kansas State University research team led by Dr. Douglas McGregor, has won a prestigious R&D 100 Award from R&D magazine for developing one of the year's 100 top technologies.
Bill Dunn, professor and head of the mechanical and nuclear engineering department, and the Steven M. and Kay L. Theede chair in engineering, has been selected to receive the 2015 American Nuclear Society Radiation Science and Technology Award.
The Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering Department at Kansas State University (KSU) leads the KSU College of Engineering in research, with exciting programs in nanotechnology, thermal sciences, nuclear engineering, materials and controls. In this film we showcase our research reactor, the Semiconductor Materials and Radiological Technologies (SMART) laboratory, and computational methods for reactor analysis.
The awards selection committee of the American Society for Engineering Education, Midwest Section, has named K-State faculty members Kevin Wanklyn and Kimberly Kramer as recipients of its Midwest Section Outstanding Teaching Award and Midwest Section Outstanding Service Award, respectively.