News and Events
The latest announcements, events and achievements of the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering are available in the following formats to keep you up to date on news from the college.
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Three high school seniors earn K-State's Presidential Scholarship
Tyler Calgren is one of three high school seniors to receive a Presidential Scholarship from K-State, the largest scholarship award in the state. Calgren, who was one of 10 finalists for the award among 80 applicants, plans to study mechanical engineering in the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering in the fall.
Carl R. Ice College of Engineering recognized by ASEE’s Diversity Recognition Program
The Carl R. Ice College of Engineering was recognized at the bronze level by the American Society of Engineering Education, or ASEE, Diversity Recognition Program. Assistant Dean Craig Wanklyn received the award on behalf of the college on Feb. 28 at ASEE’s Collaborative Network for Engineering and Computing Diversity event in New Orleans.
Duan to receive grant for co-generation of liquid chemicals and electricity from natural gas
The U.S. Department of Energy has announced that Chuancheng Duan, assistant professor in the Tim Taylor Department of Chemical Engineering at Kansas State University, has been selected to receive a $500,000 grant to develop a novel method for co-generation of liquid chemicals and electricity from natural gas.
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