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A 3:1 funding match is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for K-State’s College of Agriculture. Kansas State University and Manhattan, Kansas, are emerging as the world’s foremost location for expertise on global food systems and bio-security innovations. If K-State raises $75 million in private gifts, the […]
Kansas Soybean Commission donates $4 million for Kansas State University’s new agriculture facilities
Two new innovation centers will focus on development and diversification of Kansas and the world’s food and agricultural economy
Kansas Farm Bureau has pledged the largest donation in the organization’s history: $5 million over five years to support the Kansas State University College of Agriculture’s innovation centers for grain, food, animal and agronomy research.
K-State students’ winning idea casts insects as the heroes in tackling two big global issues – pollution and food security.
EA financial psychology lab will help future financial advisors understand clients’ motivations and how to communicate with them
K-State’s newest Truman Scholar sets her sights on world issues
K-State alumni fund child care scholarships for graduate students.
Wildcat Wind Power team takes first at the national Collegiate Wind Competition.
Shamrock Trading Corporation, a leader in trucking logistics and a parent company for a family of brands in transportation services, finance and technology, has invested $1 million in Kansas State University’s College of Business Administration to name the Shamrock Student Success Suite and establish an endowment to sustain the National Strategic Selling Institute.
K-State Proud helped keep Dan Rentie in school when his mom lost her job.