The Carl R. Ice College of Engineering serves the citizens of Kansas, the nation and the world by providing world-class educational, research and service programs. Students and faculty develop in their chosen disciplines and advance as successful leaders and professionals.
“A remarkable gift from remarkable alumni — the naming of the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering at Kansas State University is not only a first for this institution, but is without question a level of philanthropy few individuals anywhere step forward to accomplish. Carl has always credited his engineering education here as the foundation for his exemplary career in the railway industry. He and his wife, Mary, have shown unsurpassed generosity to the college and across the university time and again. How truly fitting this most recent exceptional gift will forever bear his name — the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering.” — Engineering leadership team
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K-State mechanical engineering researchers fix decades-old mathematical error
While working with two common laboratory devices used in both undergraduate and graduate classes in automatic control theory, three mechanical engineering researchers found errors in mathematic models used in automatic control theory.
DMSA awards five students Joey Lee Garmon Scholarship
Bryan Hill, freshman in computer engineering, is one of five students the Department of Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs awarded scholarships to for promoting social justice.
K-State teams place at regional student competition
Student teams from the GE Johnson Department of Architectural Engineering and Construction Science took part in the Associated Schools of Construction Region 4 2019 Construction Management Competition.
Civil engineering graduate students awarded fellowships from U.S. Department of Transportation
For the second year in a row, two students from the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering are among those across the U.S. to be honored with 2019-2020 Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Graduate Fellowships by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Ebola transmission model published in Scientific Reports
Caterina Scoglio, professor in the Mike Wiegers Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and her research team have published research in Scientific Reports with Nature Publishing Group on Nov. 5.