February 2, 2017
Loughmiller honored with regional teaching award
Katie Loughmiller, assistant professor of architectural engineering and construction science, is a recipient of the Associated Schools of Construction Region 4 Regional Teaching Award.
She and three other faculty members from schools in the region were nominated for and received the recognition at the association's recent mid-year meeting. Loughmiller was then selected from the group to be put forward for the National Associated Schools of Construction Excellence in Teaching Award at the organization's annual meeting in April 2017.
Loughmiller has 12 years' experience in the construction management field with research interests in women in the construction industry, construction scheduling, and construction cost control and finance.
She has a master's degree in construction management from North Dakota State University and a bachelor's degree in construction science and management from Kansas State University.
She joined the College of Engineering faculty in 2013 and her teaching areas include graphic communications, orientation, and scheduling and cost control. She serves as the commercial team coach for an Associated Schools of Construction student competition event, and is faculty adviser for K-State's American Concrete Institute student chapter.