Engineers without borders
Few groups have the global impact of Engineers Without Borders. Learn more about the work the organization is doing.
Sustainability starts with research
Joining with partners who are prioritizing sustainable systems, faculty continue to produce cutting-edge ideas and push the envelope of what is possible with engineering ingenuity.
Making big moves
Bailey Walke, sophomore in mechanical engineering, will represent the U.S. at the twirling world championship.
Lessening the load
Steve Blume, a 1979 agricultural engineering graduate, created a scholarship for first-generation students majoring in engineering as a way to pay forward the support he received as a student at K-State.
Download and read the entire fall 2022 issue of Impact magazine (PDF).