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.
Fourth and fifth graders are growing vegetables through Project PLANTS, while also learning about the benefits of a healthful diet and exercise.
Agronomists are studying sorghum and grass as possible future energy sources.
A team of K-State professionals spent 10 days in Kenya sharing expertise in nutrition, gardening, small business development, and environmental education.
Volunteers from Greensburg and New York City work together to rebuild the Kiowa County 4-H livestock pavilion.
Southeast Kansas producers benefit from coordinated research on beef and forage.
Animal science alumna and director of operations for the Kansas Leadership Center shares her life experiences with current students.