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President Jon Wefald

Wefald is pictured in front of Anderson Hall.

Early President Jon Wefald portrait

Wefald in the early years of his administration.

One of the Wefald's first ice cream socials, shortly after they came to K-State.


Wefald and then-U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor walk together in 1988. On Feb. 16, 1988, O'Connor delivered a Landon Lecture, "Establishing Justice."

Wefald has had a lifelong fondness for softball and baseball.

Wefald comes off the field after 'scrimmaging' with football players in July 1994.

Wefald with Bill Snyder

Wefald and football coach Bill Snyder confer during the Wildcats' 1995 trip to the Holiday Bowl.

Stonehouse ribbon cutting ceremony

Wefald, his wife Ruth Ann, and patrons and supporters of the Hoeflin Stone House Early Childhood Education Center take part in the facility's ribbon-cutting ceremony.

BRI ceremony

Wefald jokes with Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius and U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts during the groundbreaking ceremony for the Biosecurity Research Institute.

Wefald with President Bush

Wefald presents President George W. Bush with a K-State jersey bearing his own special number, 43. Bush, who was a sitting president when he gave his Landon lecture, was the nation's 43rd president.

Wefald with the band

K-State President Jon Wefald directs the Pride of Wildcat Land during an ice cream social in 2008.

Wefald at commencement ceremony

Wefald during the Graduate School's commencement ceremony in December 2008.

Wefald at NBAF news conference

Wefald talks about K-State's commitment to agriculture and animal health after Manhattan was named the future home of the National Bio- and Agro-defense Facility.