Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015
Homeland Security offers $100K to support Think and Do competition for NBAF
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has launched a $100,000 prize competition to reward innovative ideas that help to protect the nation's animal agriculture industry by leveraging resources at the National Bio and Agro-defense Facility, or NBAF.
Pair of Kansas State University faculty members cover the topic of CLC transport proteins in latest physiology journal
A chloride channel may sound like the latest addition to the cable television lineup, but two Kansas State University researchers are helping to show — including in 3-D — why knowing more about this family of transport proteins may unlock mysteries behind some genetic diseases.
Historian of U.S. law, culture and dress looks at lost art of dressing in Manhattan presentations
Author, historian and dressmaker Linda Przybyszewski will visit Manhattan Oct. 22 and 23 to discuss women's fashion and the changing culture for women in the early 20th century. She will make public appearances at the Manhattan Public Library, Meadowlark Hills Community Room and Kansas State University.
Monday, Oct. 12, 2015
College of Business Administration's Edward Jones Sales Competition awards $2,500 to students
Six students took home $2,500 in cash prizes as part of the recent Edward Jones Sales Competition, a collaboration between the National Strategic Selling Institute in Kansas State University's College of Business Administration and Edward Jones.
Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015
Kansas State University launches $1 billion Innovation and Inspiration Campaign; $766 million raised to date
Before hundreds of purple-clad supporters, Kansas State University President Kirk Schulz announced the most ambitious fundraising campaign in university history Oct. 9.