Month: April 2017
MANHATTAN — More than 90 Kansas State University students, faculty, and alumni are new members of Phi Kappa Phi, the oldest and most prestigious all-discipline honor society. ECE students Tanner Wiens (senior) and Kumar Jhala (Ph. D.) are among them.
The fourth-place collegiate finalist was the Kansas State University team of Tyler O’Briant, senior in electrical engineering, Tonganoxie, and Sam Rozell, senior in electrical engineering, Manhattan. The team’s pitch for Eyas, a drone system designed for use by law enforcement and emergency management personnel, was awarded $2,500. Continue reading “Kansas Entrepreneurship Challenge awards $75,000 to student entrepreneurs”
The 2017 Open House kicked off Friday, March 31 for engineering students. The Engineering Open house theme “Engineered to Inspire” with Electrical and Computer Engineering selecting a departmental theme of “Mar’s Landing (To infinity and beyond)”. Continue reading “ECE Open House 2017”