At K-State, the brightest minds are taking on the world’s biggest challenges through innovative research and collabortive partnerships. With your investment, we can provide solutions that matter.
The next hunger solution
Feeding the world in an ever-changing climate requires innovation and global cooperation. Kansas State University is leading the world in global food security with four Feed the Future Innovation Labs.
K-State’s Education Abroad program empowers students to step out of their comfort zone, deal with uncertainty and navigate cultural differences.
K-State soil scientist and Nobel Laureate pursues ways to improve and protect the environment.
Latest Global impact
K-State assistant professor Brian Spiesman is creating a revolutionary resource for bee identification and conservation through artificial intelligence model tracking and image rendering. When you think of your favorite things, — your family, hobbies, favorite movies — your endorphins go into overdrive. Now imagine […]
A new natural crop spray shows promise for both farmers and the environment. Farmers face many battles to produce a healthy and profitable crop — insects, diseases, proper amounts of water and nutrients — and the list goes on and on. Scientists at K-State, […]
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 donates $5 million for K-State’s new agriculture buildings project
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.
Less gas, more money
K-State scientists look to reduce cattle’s methane production through genetic selection, creating a long-term benefit for the environment and cattle producers.
Bugs to the rescue!
K-State students’ winning idea casts insects as the heroes in tackling two big global issues – pollution and food security.
On top of the world
K-State’s newest Truman Scholar sets her sights on world issues
From the ground up
Philanthropy empowers soil research – and the next generation of farmers and scientists.
Working toward a more food-secure world
Food Security Scholars are working to eliminate food insecurity through a two-phase education and community engagement program.
A stronger, healthier, more modern K-State
On the occasion of his retirement, we look back at how President Richard Myers’ leadership changed K-State for the better.