Seek is Kansas State University’s flagship research magazine and invites readers to “See” “K”-State’s research, scholarly and creative activities, and discoveries.
K-State research lives in our daily lives
From the moment our alarm goes off and we hit the snooze button — invented by Kansas State University alumnus Herbert Dimond — science is at our fingertips.
Improving the framework
Researchers build on infrastructure investment
A statewide movement
K-State 105 connects research and innovation to Kansas communities
The work of K-State 105 is best told through stories that you can find across the state.
Transformation across the globe
How K-State research feeds the world
Prestigious awards recognize early career researchers
The National Science Foundation has recognized four Kansas State University researchers with Faculty Early Career Development, or CAREER, awards — the foundation’s most esteemed honor for early career faculty members. The CAREER awards will help support the vital work of these researchers as they launch projects in various fields.
From the VPR
We are pleased to share our latest issue of Seek, Kansas State University’s award-winning research magazine. Research is core to our mission as a great land-grant university, a public research university and a university dedicated to learning, discovery and innovation. We take pride in celebrating our researchers’ work and promoting its impact. We invite you to learn more through the pages of this beautiful magazine.
— D. Rosowsky, vice president for research