Lorena Passarelli and Rollie Clem to receive funding for mosquito research.
Congratulations to all of the female faculty in the STEM disciplines who were promoted as of July 1st, 2011. Thank you for your participation with ADVANCE!
University biologist Susan J. Brown named fellow of the Entomological Society of America.
ADVANCE Distinguished Lecture Series success story
Wisely, associate professor of biology at KSU, has been selected as one of the top 150 scientists in Kansas.
Only 23 such awards were given to young chemists from all across North America, and this signal recognition marks Christine as being among the brightest scientific stars of her generation.
Congratulations to all of the female faculty in the STEM disciplines who were promoted as of July 1st, 2010. Thank you for your participation with ADVANCE!
To understand how global change is happening today, a Kansas State University professor is looking back 10,000 years at nitrogen availability in forest and grassland ecosystems.
A lifelong interest in plants and science, nurtured by early days spent on her family’s Georgia peanut farm, led Anna Whitfield to a career in the study of plants – and now to a $1 million National Science Foundation CAREER Award to continue her work at Kansas State University.
A Kansas State University chemist is receiving a National Science Foundation CAREER award that will allow her to improve the laboratory experience for undergraduates and conduct research that could lead to clean and renewable sources of energy.
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