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Why I give 2011 stories

Kansas History JournalKansas History comes to K-State
Alumnus Mark Chapman continues his mission to preserve Kansas history with a gift that brings the editorial offices of the Journal of the Central Plains to K-State's campus. Read more.
JonesOn the bucket list: giving to K-State
Geologist George Jones credits his success to his K-State education and has made a gift to set future geologists on the same path. Read more.
CoyneBooks, art, music and memories
Lolafaye Coyne's experience as a graduate student inspired her to leave a legacy at K-State by supporting multiple entities on campus. Read more.
SchneiderRob and Denise Schneider Leadership Scholarship
K-State left such a deep impact on this alumnus that he and his wife were inspired to create the same experience for future students. Read more.
 hakimianStudy abroad: for design, for life
Ben Hakimian felt study abroad was the one component missing from his college education — so he's making sure students gain global design perspective through international travel. Read more.
BrubakerWendell Brubaker Memorial Scholarship
Ina Brubaker honored her husband and his lifelong love for K-State by establishing a scholarship in his name in grain science and industry. Read more.
GriffingHome is where the heart is
Dr. William Griffing, Sr., never forgot about his beloved alma mater, even after he built a career outside of Kansas. Read more.
HiningerOpening doors in sociology and criminology
Damon and Carrie Hininger introduce K-State students to a growing industry. Read more.
Jackson DayJackson Day Family Scholarship
K-State alumni and Ernst & Young demonstrate the might of a matching gift. Read more.
McElliottMcElliott Family Scholarship
From day one, Russ and Tammy McElliott knew K-State was a special place. Read more.
Porter"Wildcat" out west honors his family of K-Staters
Alan Porter may not be a K-Stater, but he comes from a family full of them — and it's an important part of his life. Read more.
Johnson videoMel Zimmerman Scholarship in Arts and Sciences
Mel Zimmerman '60, a Putnam Scholar, created a new scholarship with a bequest. Read more.
Johnson videoVIDEO: Jim and Laura Johnson on giving back
Jim and Laura Johnson, Colorado Springs, Colo., are making a difference for students, faculty and facilities with a generous gift. Watch the video.
Bird videoVIDEO: Leaving a legacy at K-State
Dan and Beth Bird made a $1.2 million bequest to establish scholarships and support athletics at K-State. Watch the video.
Mark ChapmanLost Kansas towns are found again
Home — it's a single word that conjures up a wide array of meanings and memories, all of which are unique and deeply embedded in each of us. Read more.
Berney videoVIDEO: $5 million gift commitment benefits two facilities
Rand and Patti Berney, Bartlesville, Okla., made a $5 million commitment to establish the Berney Family Capital Project Fund. Watch the video.
EdgerlyVIDEO: Massachusetts couple establishes first endowed deanship at K-State
Paul and Sandra Edgerley, Brookline, Mass., have made a commitment of $5 million to the College of Business Administration at Kansas State University to establish the Edgerley Family Endowed Deanship in the College of Business Administration. Watch the video.

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