Why I give 2011 stories
|Kansas 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.
|On 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.
|Books, 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.
|Rob 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.
| Study 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.
|Wendell 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.
|Home 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.
|Opening doors in sociology and criminology |
Damon and Carrie Hininger introduce K-State students to a growing industry. Read more.
|Jackson Day Family Scholarship|
K-State alumni and Ernst & Young demonstrate the might of a matching gift. Read more.
|McElliott Family Scholarship |
From day one, Russ and Tammy McElliott knew K-State was a special place. Read more.
|"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.
|Mel Zimmerman Scholarship in Arts and Sciences|
Mel Zimmerman '60, a Putnam Scholar, created a new scholarship with a bequest. Read more.
|VIDEO: 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.
|VIDEO: 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.
|Lost 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.
|VIDEO: $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.
|VIDEO: 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.