The Kansas State University Center for Sustainable Energy, through research and educational efforts, seeks to provide sustainable, renewable energy while maintaining the environment and providing an adequate food supply.
The Center for Sustainable Energy added six new National Science Foundation IGERT students in the fall 2014 semester: Jared Carson, chemical engineering; Iryna McDonald, agronomy; Krishna Pokharel, agricultural economics; Patrick Rissler, sociology; Sarocha Pradyawong, and Kaelin Saul, biological and agricultural engineering.
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The 2014 Summer Academy in Sustainable Bioenergy REU program started on May 27th and ended on August 1st. Read more...
K-State has conducted research in the general area of bioenergy production for many years. KSU awards 150 doctorate degrees annually and its funding base for research exceeds $200 million. In a typical year its research programs attract $110 million in outside funding from such federal agencies as NSF, USDA, DOE, DOD and EPA.
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