Corporate partners advancing K-State

Our corporate and foundation partners have found that building a relationship with K-State offers a competitive advantage. Here are some of the ways our partners are making a difference.

Conoco PhillipsConocoPhillips contributes $278,000 to provide ongoing support to K-State programs

ConocoPhillips recently donated $278,000 to Kansas State University for the College of Engineering, College of Business Administration and a variety of programs across campus. Read more.

Training students to manage a world of risk

With a unique approach, the Center for Risk Management Education and Research is training K-State students to navigate the growing world of risk in business and industry. Read more.

Phillips66 continues support for K-State
A gift of $500,000 from Phillips 66 is supporting programs across Kansas State University and in the College of Engineering and College of Business Administration. Read more.
AT&T contributes to the K-State Welcome Center

AT&T has made a gift of $100,000 to Kansas State University for the information display in the K-State Welcome Center. Read more.

Cargill helps build a better K-State
With 142,000 employees in 66 countries, Cargill no doubt has a global reach. Yet, in many ways, it continues to make an impact in communities a fraction of its size. Read more.
Halliburton: Investing in diversity at K-State

A $20,000 gift from Halliburton will support the Multicultural Engineering Program in K-State's College of Engineering. Read more.

K-State and NAMA: Preparing milling professionals for 100 years

The new NAMA Instructor of Milling faculty award at K-State is the latest achievement in a university-industry partnership that's lasted for one hundred years. Read more.

Are your ready for some college?

Fred C. and Mary R. Koch Foundation's College for a Day program is changing the way high school students think about their futures. Read more.

Abaxis partners with College of Veterinary Medicine

With a $105,000 gift to K-State, Abaxis is strengthening relationships between industry and universities. Read more.


 

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Project IMPACT

Learn more about how corporate partners are making a difference through a commitment to diversity. Read about Project IMPACT.

You can help!

You can become part of Kansas State University's exciting future as a corporate or foundation partner. We invite you to contact a member of our development staff today and begin the discussion about how you can make a difference.              

For more information, please contact:

Mitzi RichardsMitzi Richards
Senior Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations 
785-532-7507
800-432-1578 mitzir@found.ksu.edu
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