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2023 All-University Achievements

One of the best: K-State named one of America’s Best Colleges by Money Magazine

National champs again: Wildcat Wind Power tops national DOE Collegiate Wind Competition for second consecutive year.  

Global leader: K-State chosen to lead global animal health effort. 

Worth the investment: K-State named a best value college by The Princeton Review. 


Top team:K-State partnership wins $1 million NSF Engines Development Award. 

Top scholars: Hattie Polson named Kansas State University's 38th Truman scholar and Matthew Culbertson named K-State's 84th Goldwater scholar.

K-State recognized: U.S. Department of State recognizes K-State with New Partner Award. 

Advancing K-State initiatives: Ardent Mills donates $3.5 million for K-State's new agriculture innovation centers

Driving diversity: Carl R. Ice College of Engineering recognized by ASEE’s Diversity Recognition Program.

Best of the best: K-State's Wildcat 91.9 named best college radio station in nation.

Inspiring programs: K-State's College of Business Administration receives 2023 Inspiring Programs in Business award.

Top tech: K-State College of Education receives national award for innovative use of technology. 

Infrastructure upgrade: K-State receives $25 million Challenge Grant Awardfor agricultural infrastructure improvements.

Feeding our family: Private gifts fuel construction of a new Cats’ Cupboard location. 
Cats' Cupboard

Ranking higher: Online degree programs recognized by U.S. News & World Report. 

Perfect partnership: K-State, NetWork Kansas announce community, business advancement initiative.