K-State's department of mechanical and nuclear engineering offers undergraduate degrees in mechanical engineering and mechanical engineering with a nuclear option. Graduate degrees are offered in both mechanical engineering and nuclear engineering.
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- Endowed professorship awarded to engineering professor Melanie Derby
Assistant professor of K-State MNE has been named a recipient of the Hal and Mary Siegele Professorship in Engineering.
University engineering team to design, analyze and test against high-level radiological materials threat
The U.S. Department of Defense Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command has executed $100,000 for year one of "Radiological Systems Research for Detection, Localization and Isotope Identification," as part of a five-year initial award contract valued at $2.2 million.
Kansas State University research team wins R&D 100 Award for wearable radiation detection technology
Technology from Kansas State University won a 2017 R&D 100 Award for a vest that helps the wearer blend into the environment while detecting dangerous radiation.
Energy department funding university research on use of contaminated waters as reactor coolant
Nuclear engineering researchers receive federal grant for work that could provide safer nuclear power.
Five students selected for Orientation and Enrollment leadership team
Two MNE students take on the leadership role.