The estate of Steven Kale (Salem, Oregon) has provided a gift of nearly $800,000 to Kansas State University. The funds will support a scholarship and the excellence fund for the Department of Geography.  Kale graduated from Kansas State University in 1970 with degrees in geography and business administration. He never lost his enthusiasm for geography or his interest in helping his alma mater. Kale served on the university's geography alumni board and was a member of the President's Club, a philanthropic leadership organization for friends and alumni of Kansas State University.

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Geographers in the News

Kansas State University's Geography Department, Students Benefit from Oregon Man's Estate Gifts

K-State Geographer to Discuss Climate Change, Variability for Students of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences

Geography Professor Presents at International Conference in Poland

Harrington Selected for Summer at Census Program

K-State Geography Honor Society Chapter Wins National Award

Geography Lecture about Water Treatment in South India

Geography Graduate Student Wins National Honor Society Scholarship

Geography Professor Delivers Lecture at the University of Missouri on Illegal Immigration

Geography Professor gives Distinguished Lecture at University of South Carolina

Geography Colloquium on Friday Examines Climate Change in Bangladesh

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