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Carl R. Ice College of Engineering

Carl R. Ice
College of Engineering

1046 Rathbone Hall
1701B Platt St.
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-5590
deanengr@k-state.edu

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The Legacy

Roy Andrew Seaton, the longest serving dean in the history of the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering at Kansas State University, filled that position from 1920-1949. His illustrious career was one of commitment and leadership to both engineering education and the engineering profession.

During his tenure, Seaton established the curriculums of architectural engineering, chemical engineering, landscape architecture and industrial arts; formed and organized Steel Ring; and began the tradition of the annual Engineering Open House.

He actively promoted the upgrading of engineering education that eventually led to the accreditation of engineering schools across the country, and laid the foundation for the Kansas law that required those practicing as professional engineers to be licensed and registered as such. He received the prestigious Lamme Medal for Achievement in Engineering Education.

The Seaton Society Award Celebration

In the spirit of this legacy, the annual Seaton Society Award Celebration recognizes exceptional individuals with Hall of Fame induction and the Professional Progress Award. In addition, the annual celebration also recognizes individuals who have made extraordinary philanthropic contributions in support of the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering. Indeed, the impact of these donors can be seen in every aspect of the college’s pursuit of academic excellence. Extraordinary philanthropic contributions include the following:

  • endowed naming of units such as departments and centers
  • endowed positions to recruit and retain high-caliber faculty
  • endowed scholarship funds to recruit and retain undergraduate students
  • endowed excellence funds for student leadership and creative inquiry opportunities

For more information about giving opportunities, please contact:

Engineering Development
Kansas State University Foundation
1800 Kimball Ave. Suite 200
Manhattan, KS 66502
785-775-2000
engineering@ksufoundation.org

Impact Magazine

Impact magazine

Fall 2018