Women in the News
- Noel Schulz named College of Engineering's associate dean for research and director of the Engineering Experiment Station
- Schulz is the LeRoy C. and Aileen H. Paslay professor of electrical and computer engineering and director of the university's Electrical Power Affiliates Program.
- Swanson again teaching at prestigious program for executives
- Diane Swanson, Edgerley family chair in business administration and professor of management, will again teach at a prestigious summer program for executive education offered on the Dartmouth College campus.
- Turning silver to gold: International Food Service Association honors Molt with top award for excellence
- Mary Molt went to collect silver and came home with gold.
- Inclusion by design: Ornelas appointed to co-chair position of National Architecture Diversity Council
- A Kansas State University professor is helping design strategies to increase the number of licensed female and multicultural architects throughout the U.S.
- Professor earns fellowship award from distance education alliance for excellence in teaching online gerontology courses
- Kansas State University's Gayle Doll took a fresh approach to teaching gerontology online, and her peers rewarded her with a Faculty Fellowship Award from the Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance.
- Excellence in research: Geography group selects Harrington for John Fraser Hart Award
- Lisa M. Butler Harrington, professor of geography, will receive the John Fraser Hart Award for Research Excellence from the Association of American Geographers' Rural Geography Specialty Group.
- Hail the chief: Myra Gordon's good works earn her chieftaincy title of African village
- Dr. Gordon was recently named a chief of the northeast Nigerian village of Alayi.
- Chapes receives mentoring award
- Stephen Keith Chapes, professor of biology, has been awarded the Joan S. Hunt Distinguished Mentoring Award by the Kansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence Program.
- Noel Schulz takes helm of international electric energy society
- First lady Noel Schulz has just begun a two-year term as president of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, or IEEE, Power and Energy Society, a worldwide, nonprofit association of more than 28,000 individuals engaged in the electric power energy industry.
- Physicist named as one of the top scientists in Kansas
- When it comes to research in physics, Kristan Corwin's work is some of the most illuminating.
- For the love of teaching: Townsend preparing both Wildcats and Jayhawks for health professional careers
- It's what working professionals dream: when their hard work is so highly regarded that their reputation precedes them. That's the case for Kansas State University's Dana Townsend, instructor in the Division of Biology.