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Teaching Activities

Recent Student Awards and Successes

  • Weston J. Koehn, 2017-2018 Timothy R. Donoghue Graduate Scholarship.
  • First place, Weston J. Koehn, Stacey E. Tucker-Kulesza, and David R. Steward, Hydrogeologic Characterization of Arkansas River Alluvial Deposits using Electrical Resistivity Tomography, K-State Graduate Research, Arts, and Discovery Forum, March 30, 2016.
  • Second place, student poster competition, Weston Koehn, Sarah D. Auvenshine, Scott Kempin, S. E. Tucker-Kulesza, and D. R. Steward, Hydrogeologic characterization of riverbeds in Western Kansas, Governor’s Water and the Future of Kansas Conference, Manhattan, KS, November 19, 2015.
  • William Duren, Undergraduate Research Assistant and Develop Scholar, 2014-2015 IEEE Power and Energy Society Scholarship.
  • Andrew J. Allen, M.S. and Ph.D. advisee, KSU representative for the 2013 Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools Distinguished Thesis Award competition.
  • Trevor Kaufman, Undergraduate Research Assistant and advisee, ACEC/Life Health Trust Scholarship (sole Scholarship Award awardee) 2012 American Council of Engineering Companies.

Water Videos

"Researchers find vast U.S. aquifer being tapped out"

"Life Expectancy of The Ogallala"

"K-State Students Replicate Hurricane Sandy's Damage"

"Kansas State University: Research: Where will we teach the scientists who will engineer our future?"

"Hydraulic Engineering Class Builds Oil-Capping Model"

"Engineering class simulate sewer geyser"