Kansas State University has a new president. Kirk Schulz officially became K-State's 13th president on June 29.
During the last 20 years, more than half of the K-State student body presidents have been College of Agriculture students. This year both the president and vice president are College of Ag majors.
Who hasn’t marveled at a spider web highlighted with morning dew or watched a child chase a lightning bug?
David Krishock, received a 2009 Commerce Bank Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award, and Joe Arata, earned a 2009 Presidential Award for Undergraduate Teaching Excellence.
The K-State Animal Sciences Leadership Academy drew 25 high school students from 22 Kansas counties to Manhattan.
Twenty-six students from across Kansas and the United States spent six weeks on the K-State campus in the Multicultural Academic Program Success program.