K-State reaches out to help the state, while educating students and enriching the work of faculty
This issue of Perspectives, K-State's in-depth, quarterly Web magazine, explores the ways Kansas State University reaches out to the state, and invites residents into the campus community.
Find out how K-State researchers contribute to the success of each and every Kansas wheat crop, how K-State engineers and engineering students help design and test new products for small Kansas businesses, and how an institute at K-State works to provide any resources a rural Kansas community might need. Learn about the efforts of K-State Research and Extension, a network of knowledge for the state, and hear from Carol Kellett, the dean of the College of Human Ecology, about why K-State is so important to Kansas.
In this issue you'll see how university-community collaboration, enhanced by the work of faculty and other K-State professionals, is part of what makes Kansas State University unique -- and vital to the state.