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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Fall 2016 Faculty Development Awards and University Small Research Grants announced
Hitesh Bindra, MNE, is a recipient of a Faculty Development Award, which are awarded each fall and spring by the Office of the Vice President for Research through the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.
K-State student selected for Japanese National Honor Society-College Chapter
John Boyington, MNE, is among the more than 800 college and university students who have been inducted into the Japanese National Honor Society-College Chapter.
MNE student places 2nd at the 2016 Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Conference
Jesus Loera, CHE, and Samantha Judd, ME, were members of first- and second-place winning teams, respectively, at the 2016 Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers national conference, Nov. 2-5, in Seattle, Washington. Eighteen members of the K-State chapter attended. LaVerne Bitsie-Baldwin, MEP director, is faculty adviser for the group.
MNE students selected for the Johnson Cancer Research Center undergraduate mentoring and award program
Megan Richards, Tristan McCallister and Anna Brokesh, BAE; Zachary Lock, CHE; Daniel Clausing and Whitney Cox, EE; and Elshaddai Abamegal and Gabrielle Phillips, ME, are eight of the 47 students selected.
Protecting the people: Education that kept Kansans safe in turbulent times
At a time of national and global tension following the Cuban Missile Crisis of the early 1960s, Jerry Boettcher took a job at Kansas State University to teach people how to build fallout shelters statewide. The program started through a grant from the U.S. Department of Defense.