Register today for the Third Annual K-State Animal Sciences and Industry (ASI) Family & Friends Reunion Oct. 13 at the Stanley Stout Center in Manhattan.
Participants learn leadership skills, gain animal science knowledge in first-ever ‘premier’ program
Chance, Hayden, Ochsner, Smith named Reserve National Champions at the 2017 National Animal Science Academic Quadrathlon.
John Floros, dean of the College of Agriculture, has named Randall Phebus as the interim director of the K-State Food Science Institute.
Schmidt assumes leadership role of American Dairy Science Association. Dr. Jay recognized as the 2017 recipient of the ADSA Foundation Scholar Award in dairy foods.
Students from across the country participate in livestock and leadership learning experience at Kansas State University.
Animal Sciences and Industry graduate students recognized for scholastic achievement, research and teaching.
Make plans to attend third annual K-State ASI Family and Friends Reunion on Friday, Oct. 13 in Manhattan.
Joseph Limbach, Eugene, Mo., has been selected as the 2017 Don & Jane Good Outstanding Senior.
K-State Animal Sciences and Industry students win back-to-back national titles, Gleason named high individual.
Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) has recognized the KSU ASI department as one of the best places in the world to study, research and begin a career.
K-State ASI department hosted a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony March 3 for the new Purebred Beef Unit.
Ellsworth Angus breeder Richard Janssen recognized March 2 during Stockmen's Dinner.
Learn more about the ASI Undergraduate Research Symposium.
The 2016 Animal Sciences and Industry Distinguished Alumnus has had a notable career as a researcher, professor and department head.
Looking for information about antibiotic use in livestock or the new veterinary feed directives (VFD) set to go into effect? Check out KSUAntibiotics.org for resources to answer your questions.
The K-State ASI app allows users to search for educational events and activities hosted by the department. Users can view schedules and download resources as well as access directions and points of interest. The app also includes access to online educational tools and news.