Celebrating 150 Years
The Aggie Cat statue was featured at the sesquicentennial event on Feb. 14 in Ahearn Fieldhouse.
Videos of Beach Museum exhibit
Learning in the Lab
As undergraduate research assistants, students work closely with faculty on projects important to Kansas agriculture, learn research techniques, and present results at national meetings.
The new fountain in the K-State Gardens was sponsored by Ann Bidwell in honor of Orville Bidwell, professor emeritus of agronomy. It will be dedicated at All-University Open House.
Students and Faculty Experience International Agriculture
Common goals and expertise create good partnerships.This issue has an international theme with features on training agribusiness development teams, international activities in Africa, and how students benefitted from study-abroad opportunities.
The Beginning of an New Era
Kansas State University has a new president. Kirk Schulz officially became K-State's 13th president on June 29.
It's All About Family
Vincent Hofer is K-State's newest Rhodes Scholar. K-State President Jon Wefald hosted a luncheon in Hofer's honor. Hofer works for U.S. Senator Sam Brownback, who spoke at the luncheon.
Communication and Service Go Hand in Hand
The Department of Communications offers diverse professional services to clients and hands-on experience for students.
A Century of Progress
The Southwest Research-Extension Center in Garden City celebrated its 100th anniversary.
K-State’s Borden Boy
Alumnus James Cavanaugh chose the first Elsie for Borden’s and a career promoting the dairy industry.
A Grand Night for Milling
The Department of Grain Science and Industry hosted a celebration for the dedication of the Hal Ross Flour Mill.
Making Kansas More Colorful
Kansas summers can be hot and dry, but homeowners want beautiful flowers and shrubs, lush grass, and plentiful vegetables in spite of the Kansas weather.