Corporate partners advancing K-State
Our corporate and foundation partners have found that building a relationship with K-State offers a competitive advantage. Here are some of the ways our partners are making a difference.
ConocoPhillips recently donated $278,000 to Kansas State University for the College of Engineering, College of Business Administration and a variety of programs across campus. Read more.
Spirit AeroSystems Inc. has created a $576,000 scholarship program, targeted at individuals interested in a career in engineering and business. Read more.
With a unique approach, the Center for Risk Management Education and Research is training K-State students to navigate the growing world of risk in business and industry. Read more.Read more.
AT&T has made a gift of $100,000 to Kansas State University for the information display in the K-State Welcome Center. Read more.Read more.
A $20,000 gift from Halliburton will support the Multicultural Engineering Program in K-State's College of Engineering. Read more.
The new NAMA Instructor of Milling faculty award at K-State is the latest achievement in a university-industry partnership that's lasted for one hundred years. Read more.
Fred C. and Mary R. Koch Foundation's College for a Day program is changing the way high school students think about their futures. Read more.
With a $105,000 gift to K-State, Abaxis is strengthening relationships between industry and universities. Read more.