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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Two alumni join Kansas State University College of Engineering Hall of Fame
M.A. "Meg" Yaege, Manhattan, is a 1979 and 1984 graduate of Kansas State University with bachelor's and master's degrees, respectively, in mechanical engineering. Induction to the hall is the highest honor bestowed on its alumni by the college. The honorees will be recognized for their professional success and accomplishment, involvement with and support of the College of Engineering, dedication to K-State, and professional and public service.
College of Engineering alumni earn honors for career success
The Kansas State University College of Engineering will honor 10 alumni for professional career accomplishment during the first 20 years following their graduation. The honorees will be recognized at ceremonies on the Manhattan campus April 1. Robb Raney, Overland Park, is a 1997 graduate of Kansas State University in mechanical engineering is among the honorees.
Blue Key Honor Society selects new members for 2017-2018 school year
Matthew Grosdidier and Nate Fleming from MNE are among just sixteen Kansas State University students selected to spend their upcoming senior year serving the university community through mentorship, leadership and service as members of Blue Key Senior Honor Society.
- KS-LSAMP students present research at national STEM conference
Nicole Doughramaji, MNE, completed projects this past summer as part of the KS-LSAMP Research Immersion: Pathways to STEM program, and attended the Emerging Researchers National Conference in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math March 2-4 in Washington D.C.
Professor's work on reducing soil evaporation earns prestigious NSF CAREER award
Melanie Derby, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, will use a $500,000 Faculty Early Career Development award from the National Science Foundation for her project, "Altering Transient Soil Evaporation Mechanisms through Hydrophobicity."