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2020 Faculty/Staff Achievements

 

• Next-level leader: Bronwyn Fees recognized for leadership, named an ACE fellow.

• Top teacher: Special education professor named "
unsung hero."

• The 'write' way: Senior instructor earns Top Author Award from Top Hat.

• Title of distinction:
Chuck Rice named national associate of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.

• Up-and-comer:
Engineering professor receives NSF CAREER award for 3D metal-graphene composites research.

• Significant collaboration:
K-State physicists contribute to report on blueprint for ultimate neutrino detector.

• Illuminating excellence: College of Engineering's Fred Hasler honored by professional lighting society.

• Fantastic physicist: Physics' Tim Bolton named project director of major federal neutrino experiment at Fermilab.

• Author excellence: K-State Libraries' Michael Haddock honored by Midwest chapter of international aboriculture society for his latest book.

• Preserving history: Chapman Center for Rural Studies' Lynn-Sherow co-authors book about ranching life in the Flint Hills.

• Starring role: Assistant professor of theatre appears in History Channel's "Project Blue Book."

• Top editor: Financial Planning Association appoints K-State's Stuart Heckman editor of Journal of Financial Planning.

• Federal recognition: Civil engineering professor part of award-winning research team cited by U.S. Department of Defense program.

• Top planner: Personal financial planning program chair Martin Seay new president of Financial Planning Association.