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
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Architectural engineering and construction science students earn concrete certification from ACI
Seventeen students from the GE Johnson Department of Architectural Engineering and Construction Science have received Tilt-Up Concrete technician certification following completion of coursework and successfully passing an exam administered by the American Concrete Institute.
Kramer elected chair of Kansas State Board of Technical Professions committee
Kimberly Kramer, professor in the GE Johnson Department of Architectural Engineering and Construction Science, was recently elected as Professional Engineer/Professional Surveyor committee chair of the Kansas State Board of Technical Professions.
- K-State senior speaks at AGC national convention
Matt Forbus, senior in construction science and management, was an invited guest speaker at the 2021 Associated General Contractors of America annual convention in Orlando, making the trip with 14 others from K-State's student AGC chapter.