Collaboration between Australian institutions and Kansas State University provides numerous benefits. Both are engaged in diverse teaching and research activities, numerous agricultural and life science initiatives, and economic development efforts that are of critical importance to both countries and the world.
Kansas State University currently has active student exchange programs with:
- The University of Western Australia
- The University of Queensland
- The University of Sydney, and
- The University of New South Wales
Kansas State University is a member of the Australian Plant Biosecurity Centre for Cooperative Research (PBCRC) and is engaged with the 26 partner organizations that belong to this CRC.
Through a partnership with Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and the Australian Animal Health Laboratory (AAHL), active research on highly pathogenic animal diseases is underway with CSIRO scientists at the AAHL facilities in Geelong, Victoria.