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Civil Engineering

Graduate Seminar Series

CE 890: Graduate Seminar in Civil Engineering

  • CE 890 is a zero-credit hour seminar course focusing on discussions of current advances and research in civil engineering.
  • Every full-time, on-campus CE graduate student is required to register for CE 890 every semester he/she is enrolled in a graduate program.
  • Credit for the course each semester is obtained when the student has attended at least 10 meetings.
  • Every full-time, on-campus master's student is required to make at least one technical presentation in the graduate seminar before their final defense.
  • Every full-time, on-campus Ph.D. student is required to make at least two technical presentations in the graduate seminar before their final defense.

All seminars are held through at 4 p.m. (unless noted otherwise). The speaker must submit an abstract to Trisha Brown (gradce@k-state.edu) and the final version of the PowerPoint presentation to Arash Saeidi Rashk Olia (saeidi@k-state.edu) by Friday prior to the scheduled date. Students must attend 10 seminars to get credit for CE 890.

2022 Graduate Seminars

January 26, 2022

Estimating Permeability and its Scale Dependence in Porous - Behzad Ghanbarian

Feburary 2, 2022

Munger Professorship Construction Engineering Lecture - Greg Schieber