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In the Spring 2010 Issue...

Flour Power
When the owners of a local grocery chain wanted to improve their bakery products, they turned to K-State's Department of Grain Science and Industry.

Also in Spring 2010 issue:

25 years of Service to Cooperatives

For 25 years, K-State’s Arthur Capper Cooperative Center has been educating students, conducting research, and sharing knowledge with leaders of agricultural, electrical, and financial cooperatives.

A Strong K-State Tradition
Fifth-generation farmers Kevin and Vera Schultz have strong ties to their community, their family, and to K-State.

Keeping in Touch with Family
Newsletters written by C.W. Mullen, assistant dean, and his secretary, Gertrude Wheeler, were sent to students, alumni, and faculty serving in the military during World War II.

Multiple Paths
A degree in agronomy prepares students for various occupations.

Students Experience and Excel at Product Development
K-State student teams are learning to research, develop and package new food products.