Kansas State University Welcomes Many New Faces

By Jayson Henderson

In the spirit of the fall semester, a fresh wave of new faces graces the campus, not only students but also new faculty and staff. Dr. Jane Schuh has recently assumed the role of Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs at the College of Agriculture, aiming to bolster the institution’s global standing. A collaboration between the Department of Agronomy and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem has secured $310,000 from the BARD foundation to tackle the “wheat conundrum,” seeking optimal nitrogen utilization in wheat cultivation. Meanwhile, Gregg Doud, renowned for agricultural trade diplomacy, will deliver the Henry C. Gardiner Global Food Systems Lecture on Oct. 9, shedding light on agricultural trade’s future. Amid rising school supply costs, K-State’s Elizabeth Kiss offers budget-savvy tips for families.

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