July - September 2011 news archives

A Full House: Four Months After Opening, K-State Olathe Brimming with International Collaborations and Expertise

Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2011

MANHATTAN -- The Kansas City area will start seeing an increase in purple power.

Leaders at Kansas State University's Olathe campus and industry officials from around the world have created partnerships that are filling up the initial 10 laboratory spaces at the campus, which opened April 26.

Push America visit highlights accessibility of Olathe campus

July 22, 2011

In the midst of a 4,000-mile trek across the country to raise money and awareness for people with disabilities, a team of cyclists on the Journey of Hope rolled into Olathe for a two-day rest. Along with City Hall and Kauffman Stadium, Kansas State University Olathe was one of the group's stops.

K-State Olathe hosts its first course for graduate credit

July 6, 2011

Kansas science teachers take away food safety messages to share with their students
OLATHE - The newest Kansas State University campus hosted its first course for graduate credit recently. Twenty high school and middle school teachers from around the state converged at K-State Olathe's International Animal Health and Food Safety Institute in June for a four-day workshop entitled, "Teaching Food Safety through Food Science."

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