Engineering Extension

Engineering Extension has a new home!  After 36 years in Ward Hall, we have moved to 2323 Anderson Ave., Suite 300 (third floor, former Foundation Tower).  Come by and see our new location with training and conference rooms.  We continue to offer energy, radon, and pollution prevention programs and services.  

Engineering Extension is the independent leader in technical assistance, training and outreach for the College of Engineering, disseminating knowledge to citizens of Kansas and the nation in service of the land-grant mission.  Our expertise focuses on the issues of pollution prevention, environmental compliance, radon and energy.

The people who staff Engineering Extension bring over 100 combined years of education and experience to their work in serving our clients and citizens technical assistance needs. View our staff here.

One hundred percent of our work is funded through grants and contracts with state, federal, foundation and private entities. A history of successful performance has led to sustained funding of our programs, with up to 24 contracts and over $4 million in current sources and training revenues.

We are ready to partner with you in meeting your needs and serving your audiences with our technical skills, training capacity, and information delivery experience. Please contact us to explore the opportunities.

Top Ten Ways Engineering Extension Serves Kansans and the Nation’s Citizens and Businesses