Ward Hall contains shops, laboratories, offices and classrooms for nuclear engineering education and research. The building features well-equipped laboratories for neutron activation analysis, nuclear fuel processing, gamma ray spectroscopy, environmental radiation and heat transfer. Ward Hall is adjacent to the TRIGA Mark II, a nuclear reactor built in 1961.
- Center for Hazardous Substance Research, room 104, email@example.com, 532-6519, fax 532-5985
- Center for Sustainable Energy, room 118, firstname.lastname@example.org, 532-4995, fax 532-6952
- Complex Fluid Flow Program, room 138, email@example.com
- Engineering Extension Service, room 133, firstname.lastname@example.org, 532-6026, fax 532-6952
- Institute for Computational Research, room 125, 532-5626, fax 532-6952
- National Environmental Evaluation and Remediation Consortium, room 104, email@example.com, 532-6519, fax 532-5985
- National Institute for Land Management and Training, room 104, 532-6519, fax 532-5985
- Nuclear Reactor Facility, KSU, room 112, 532-6657
- Pollution Prevention Institute, room 133, 532-6501
The building's name honors Dr. T. Ward, who established the nuclear engineering curriculum while serving as head of the Department of Chemical Engineering. Ward Hall was built in 1962, and construction of an additional wing followed a decade later.