Alumnus Kay Nasser honoured by the American University of Beirut

One of the University of Saskatchewan’s most celebrated alumnni has received a special honour from the American University of Beirut (AUB). Alumnus and long-time donor to the U of S, Professor Emeritus Kay Nasser (PhD’65) has been named one of the 150 History Makers at AUB. Nasser graduated from AUB with a degree in civil engineering. Nasser’s invention of the K-slump tester, a device that tests the consistency of concrete when it is poured, is cited by AUB as one of his many significant achievements and contributions to engineering.


Dr. Kay Nasser, addressing staff and students during One Day for Students on March 10, 2016, has been honoured by the American University of Beirut as one of its 150 History Makers. (photo: Julie Schappert).

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