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Latest Global impact

Pushing boundaries in entrepreneurship and agriculture

A K-Stater finds new ways to change the world, with the help of scholarships.

Going the distance

A scholarship helps a single mother be a full-time professional and a full-time student

Striving for growth and a better world

Graduate student uses his knowledge of sustainability to create a better tomorrow

A path to progress

The Henry C. Gardiner Global Food Systems Lecture Series promotes dialogue around complex issues.

Mobilizing change

Ross and Zev Allen, brothers and K-State students, see a strong need for literacy programming in small rural towns in northeastern Kansas. Inspired to create social change in these areas, Ross and Zev spent the last two summers creating a nonprofit program called The Bookmobile

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Global citizens

K-Stater Mike Goss establishes scholarships and helps students’ global interests take flight

Giving people “Something to Chew On”

K-State’s Global Food Systems podcast ponders ways to solve global issues working across disciplines

Strengthening K-State and the Kansas economy

K-State Office Park brings corporate and technical partners to campus, creating opportunities and economic growth

Teaching from the brain, learning from the heart

College of Human Ecology students reflect on their service trip to Guatemala

A big resource

Cats’ Cupboard provides food and other necessities to help students succeed

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