Animal Health Corridor Seminar to Examine the Role of Quality Assurance in Regulatory Affairs

Friday, June 22, 2012

The next presentation in Kansas State University's Animal Health Corridor Lecture Series, "The Quality Unit and Its Relationship to Evolving FDA and USDA Regulations," will be at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, July 19, on the university's Olathe campus, 22201 W. Innovation Drive.

Classes Officially Commence at K-State Olathe

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Nearly 20 students attended their first class at K-State Olathe on Wednesday evening as classes commenced in K-State Olathe's first master's program, adult and continuing education. The program was one of five announced at the campus' first anniversary celebration in April.

Spring Hill Ag Issues Team, coached by K-State Olathe, Wins State Competition

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

The Spring Hill High School Agricultural Issues team, sponsored and coached by Kansas State University Olathe, is advancing to the national competition this fall in Indianapolis, Ind.

The team won the Kansas Ag Issues/FFA competition in Manhattan on May 30. The team, coached by Micheal Strohschein, director of K-12 Science Education Partnerships at K-State Olathe, will face off against more than 25 other teams at the national level in October.

June K-State Olathe Newsletter

Friday, June 1, 2012

Kansas State University Olathe has rounded the one year mark with the announcement of five degree programs, one of which has students arriving in our halls in the next few weeks. See all of the latest news and events taking place.

K-State Olathe receives LEED Silver certification for first building on campus

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

The International Animal Health and Food Safety Institute at the K-State Olathe campus received LEED Silver certification, The Weitz Company announced last week.

The building provides classrooms, offices, laboratories, a teaching kitchen and instructional space.

“Achieving LEED Silver certification on this project with such an integrated, fast-track schedule, speaks to the vision and collaboration of the design-build team and owners,” said Nate Purdy, project manager at The Weitz Company.

The Center for Animal Health Innovation makes award to Kansas State University researcher

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

A leading researcher at Kansas State University has been awarded $250,000 from the Center for Animal Health Innovation's (CAHI) Proof-of-Concept (PoC) seed funding program.

Tonatiuh Melgarejo, DVM, PhD, an Associate Professor at Kansas State University and the principal investigator, will receive the seed funding to assist in the development of a novel class of natural antibiotics for the treatment of mastitis in dairy cattle.

Animal Health Corridor seminar looks at contract research organizations

Monday, May 14, 2012

Contract research organizations, or CROs, will be the topic of a Kansas State University Animal Health Corridor Lecture Series seminar at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 6, on the university's Olathe campus, 22201 W. Innovation Drive.

The seminar will look at selecting, managing and optimizing contract research organization relationships within the animal health industry.

Summer camp opportunities announced at Salina, Manhattan campuses

Friday, May 11, 2012

Every summer, K-State hosts summer programs designed to educate and inspire youth in a variety of academic, athletic, and extracurricular endeavors. Participants have the opportunity to further their education and skills while experiencing life at K-State and making new friends from around the county. We invite you to join us in 2012!

First five advanced degree programs are announced at K-State Olathe

Thursday, April 26, 2012

K-State Olathe is marking its anniversary with the announcement of its first five degree programs. The programs, all graduate-level, have a focus on animal health and food safety.

The first program, which is enrolling now for classes beginning this summer, is the master of science in adult and continuing education. Over the next academic year, K-State Olathe will roll out master's degree programs in food science, biological and agricultural engineering, veterinary biomedical science, and horticulture with an emphasis in urban food systems.

K-State Olathe will announce its first five degree programs at first anniversary event on April 26

Monday, April 23, 2012

One year after opening its doors, the third campus in Kansas State University's three-campus system, K-State Olathe, will announce its first five graduate degree programs this Thursday.

"These degree programs we will announce are focused in and support the areas of animal health and food safety, areas we promised our taxpayers, alumni, industry and community that we would deliver as part of the Johnson County Education Research Triangle tax initiative that was passed to bring us here in 2008," said Dan Richardson, CEO of K-State Olathe.

Water Investigation Lab Day at K-State Olathe's Pond and Labs is Urban Water Institute's First Outreach Program

Thursday, April 12, 2012

More than 100 fourth- through sixth-grade students from the Shawnee Mission School District will be participating in a lab/field experience to learn more about the quality of water on the Kansas State University Olathe campus from 9:15-11:15 a.m. April 23 and 24. The campus is at 22201 W. Innovation Drive.

April K-State Olathe Newsletter

Monday, April 2, 2012

Kansas State University Olathe is celebrating our one-year anniversary this month on April 26. We have had an outstanding first year, with over 10,000 people through our doors. Many thanks to Olathe, Johnson County taxpayers, our alumni and friends for a year full of partnerships and progress.

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