Events

This highly interactive course is designed to help radon mitigation professionals develop and strengthen diagnostic techniques as well as build confidence to overcome barriers for successful radon reduction. We will examine both business and technical aspects of succeeding in challenging diagnostic situations. In addition, we move through advanced engineering of mitigation techniques. Lunches both days and an airflow tube/pitot tube are included in the $325 fee.
Presentations will be made by bridge/transportation officials, researchers, and consultants in charge of bridge design and plans preparation, with contributions from manufacturers and contractors involved in the industry.

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This five and a half day course combines the measurement and mitigation courses and exams to enable participants to complete all training and exams in one effort.
EXCITE, or Exploring Science, Technology, and Engineering, is designed to encourage and support students in the 9th -12th grades to pursue a future in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and agriculture. The goal of the program is to foster girls' continuing interest in STEM. We offer semester events and a summer workshop on the main K-State campus in Manhattan KS for high school students. All events offer hands-on activities that focus on how scientists and engineers help make the world a better place.

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GROW, or Girls Researching Our World, is designed for all students in sixth through eighth grades. The goal of the program is to increase girls' interest in science, technology, engineering & mathematics (STEM) disciplines. Students participate in hands-on activities presented by undergraduate and graduate students and faculty. We offer one-day events and a summer workshop on the main K-State campus in Manhattan KS. All events focus on the role of scientists, engineers, and other STEM professionals in making the world a better place.

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HAZWOPER is designed for any Kansas employee working at treatment, storage and disposal facilities as well as hazardous waste clean-up sites. The eight-hour refresher course is offered to any individual who has previously completed the 40-hour training course. Participants for both courses can include faculty and students. The refresher course will include Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) safety elements and will requalify participants to work appropriately with hazardous materials in the field and in the laboratory. A certificate of completion will be awarded at the end of the course. Kansas State University has offered HAZWOPER since 1994, in order to satisfy the OSHA's 29 CFR 1910.120. requirements and to keep first responders of hazardous waste emergencies safe and certified.
A one-week intensive short course on industrial refrigeration as practiced in food freezing, refrigeration andin other low temperature applications. A systematic study is made of the technical background, the practice and the latest developments in low temperature refrigeration. This workshop is offered in February. Started in 1982, this is the 51st offering of the workshop.

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The workshop aims to provide future CAREER proposal submitters with proposal review experience and interactions with NSF program directors and recent NSF CAREER awardees.

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This day of training will be conducted by Engineering Extension at Kansas State University prior to the Great Plains ASHI Chapter Annual Fall Seminar September 29-30, 2017, at the KCI Expo Center Missouri Ballroom in Kansas City, Missouri. Serves all KS and NRPP Radon Certification requirements.

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Superpave Field Laboratory Technician Certification Training is a 4-day course offered jointly by Kansas State University (K-State) and the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT). This course is intended to certify engineers, technicians, and other personnel who will be involved in the construction of Superpave Hot-Mix Asphalt (HMA) pavements using Quality Control and Quality Assurance (QC/QA) specifications in the State of Kansas. Instruction will be provided by a selected group of instructors from KDOT, industry, and K-State. Successful completion of the course and certification (subjected to a combined passing score on two written tests and a laboratory proficiency test given at the end of the course) will be required for all KDOT and contractor personnel performing tests on these projects.

January 22-25, 2018, K-State Student Union (2 seats (8%) remaining)
February 5-8, 2018, K-State Student Union ( No seats currently available )