2013 Advancing K-State 2025 stories
During her time at Kansas State University, Jamie Ansley explored the effects of drama therapy on hemodialysis patients. She was among the first in the world to study such a topic. Read more.
Not many of us can say that we have made an 830,000-pound hunk of metal fly, but for Bryan Brooks, it is just another day on the job. Read more.
Whether on the track or in the classroom, Cenarda Jackson is continually learning. Read more.
Family ties enticed Jarred Pfeiffer to consider coming to K-State for his master’s in fine arts-ceramics, but it was the opportunities he’d be afforded that sealed the deal. Read more.
DeeAnn Turpin has made quite a mark during her college career, delivering a message of sustainability to the K-State campus and around the globe. Read more.
Denise Durham is conducting research that may prove that social media is helping, not hurting reading and writing skills in students. Read more.
The number of people being diagnosed with neurodegenerative diseases and cancer is climbing at a rapid pace. Brianne Pierce is doing her part to change this growing trend. Read more.
Ross Allen’s passion and dedication to community development has led to his recognition as a 2013 Newman Civic Fellow. Read more.
With K-State’s vision of becoming a top 50 research institution by 2025, Christine Spartz is setting the standard for other undergraduate students at K-State, and she is ready to accomplish even more. Read more.
A group of K-State students found a creative way to not only activate an unused space, but also give people the opportunity to share their memories with others. Read more.
| Innovation for tomorrow|
When an old way of doing something stops working, the country relies on our best and brightest to innovate new technologies. Kyle Snow, a junior in chemical engineering, is doing just that. Read more.
After an EF5 tornado hit Moore, Okla., K-State student Jerred McKee coordinated a team of students to help with the relief efforts. Read more.
Students like Kylie Harper, Derek Hoetmer and Kevin Cunningham are making K-State’s vision of becoming a top 50 public research institution by 2025 a reality. Read more.