September 16, 2016
Maghirang named associate dean for research and graduate programs
Ronaldo Maghirang, professor of biological and agricultural engineering, has been named associate dean for research and graduate programs in the College of Engineering at Kansas State University effective Sept. 11. He replaces Noel Schulz, who had previously held the position.
"It is my pleasure to make this announcement," said Darren Dawson, dean of the College of Engineering. "Ronaldo has shown strong leadership skills during his past service to the college as a special assistant to the dean during times of administrative transition. I look forward to his contributions in the office of engineering research and graduate programs."
Maghirang joined the K-State faculty in the biological and agricultural engineering department in 1994 as an assistant professor, was promoted to associate professor in 1999 and full professor in 2004.
He has a bachelor's degree in agricultural engineering and a master's degree in agrometeorology, both from the University of the Philippines, as well as a doctorate in agricultural engineering from Pennsylvania State University.