The GE Johnson Department of Architectural Engineering and Construction Science at K-State is nationally recognized for producing graduates who are well prepared for careers in engineering and construction.
"I’m thankful for the College of Engineering and the tools for success it gave to both me and my father. We’re fortunate to have the opportunity to name the department — to truly help signify its importance and how life changing our experience was at K-State. We hope it will help the college and department further improve the program, and develop, retain, and improve its place in the international marketplace, enhancing its viability and progressiveness for graduates who are scattered around the world. This gift should send a message, not only to students, but also to the faculty and administration, about the importance and significance of this program." - Jim Johnson
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Architectural engineering students awarded national scholarships
Seven Kansas State University architectural engineering students have been named recipients of undergraduate scholarship totaling $28,500 from the Besal Lighting Education Fund.
New Coffman chair seeks to maximize value of undergraduate teaching resources at K-State
Julia Keen, the Bob and Betty Tointon engineering chair and professor of architectural engineering and construction science, will serve as the Coffman chair for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Keen co-authors textbook
K-State's Julia Keen and Tom Lawrence at the University of Georgia, published a new textbook, "High-Performance Buildings Simplified: Designing, Constructing and Operating Sustainable Commercial Building."