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
Top News and Stories
Engineering students take first place in HVAC design competition
A team from the architectural engineering and construction science department has taken first place in the 2018 ASHRAE Student Design Competition and Setty Family Foundation Applied Engineering Challenge in the HVAC System Selection category.
Casebeer named as endowed chair in construction science
Shannon Casebeer, assistant professor in the GE Johnson Department of Architectural Engineering and Construction Science, has been appointed as the Jim and Carolyn Grier Construction Science Chair at Kansas State University.
Keen elected vice president of global professional society
Julia Keen, professor and Bob and Betty Tointon engineering chair in the architectural engineering and construction science department, was installed as 2018-19 vice president of ASHRAE during its annual conference in Houston June 23-27.