As undergraduate research assistants, students work closely with faculty on projects important to Kansas agriculture, learn research techniques, and present results at national meetings.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack reaffirmed the importance of earning a degree in agriculture during his Landon Lecture.
John Floros begins his tenure as K-State’s dean of the College of Agriculture and director of K-State Research and Extension at an exciting time.
McCarty Family Farms makes a difference in western Kansas
Greg Peterson describes becoming an overnight sensation when his video went viral on YouTube.
The Department of Grain Science and Industry recognized nine outstanding individuals.
Agricultural economist Emery Castle offered advice to the May 2012 College of Agriculture graduates.
Dale Rodman, Gregg Doud, and Greg Davis were recognized by the Agricultural Alumni Association.