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Carl R. Ice College of Engineering

Carl R. Ice
College of Engineering

1046 Rathbone Hall
1701B Platt St.
Manhattan, KS 66506

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August 2019

K-State researchers to track water movement in plant stems
Scientists at K-State are building a tool to noninvasively measure how water moves through the stems of farm crops and other plants.

Research team awarded $2.8M DOE grant to enhance solar energy capabilities, resiliency of power grid
K-State announced that it received a three-year, $2.8 million research award from the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office to advance solar energy's role in strengthening the resilience of the U.S. electricity grid.

July 2019

Stream of success: Fountain Wars Team takes first, continues winning tradition
It was nothing less than the best for students of the Kansas State University Fountain Wars Team in 2019. The creative design group from the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering brought home first-place honors in a recent international competition.

Architectural engineering student awarded top scholarship
Owen Lutz, sophomore in architectural engineering, is the recipient of the 2019-2020 Freshman Engineering Scholarship awarded at the ASHRAE annual conference June 22-26 in Kansas City, Missouri.

Rasheed honored with endowed recognition in civil engineering
Hayder Rasheed, professor of civil engineering, has been appointed as the Thomas and Connie Paulson Civil Engineering Outstanding Faculty Member, effective July 1.

Civil engineering senior wins national ASCE scholarship
Angie Mitchell, senior in civil engineering from Keosauqua, Iowa, has been awarded the 2019 Eugene C. Figg, Jr. Civil Engineering Scholarship from the American Society of Civil Engineers, or ASCE.

Deere & Company funds precision planting project with Kansas State University research team
Development of a precision planting system, offering producers the ability to plant large areas of acreage rapidly while maximizing yield per acre, will be the goal of a research team at Kansas State University.

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