Kansas State University, Office of the President
2025 Progress Report is an annual publication highlighting key activities and accomplishments for the year at Kansas State University. The report reflects progress towards K-State 2025, the visionary plan for the university, and covers the seven themes set in 2025 strategic planning: research, scholarly, creative activities and discovery, undergraduate educational experience, graduate scholarly experience, engagement, extension, outreach, and service, faculty and staff, facilities and infrastructure, and athletics.
Biosecurity Research Institute
This 2012 Annual Report highlights the history of the first five years of the Biosecurity Research Institute (BRI) at Kansas State University. Topics include the facility, its operations and safety, education and training, partners and funding, research highlights and leadership, since the Institute's founding in 2007.
Communications & Marketing, Kansas State University Libraries
The biannual Kansas State University Libraries magazine provides an inside look at library successes, stories, and collections. The magazine features news about student recipients of Libraries scholarships and awards,our generous donors and current fundraising efforts, recent accomplishments by K-State librarians and staff, innovative new programs and services, upcoming exhibits and important collections, and more.
News and Communications Services, Kansas State University
Seek is Kansas State University’s flagship magazine, showcasing the wide range of research that is conducted by the university. The magazine explores all facets of the university’s programs as we seek to become a Top 50 public research university by 2025. It profiles faculty, undergraduate and graduate researchers and scholars, explores university initiatives and partnerships, and features the research, scholarly and creative activities, and discovery strengths of K-State.
Seek is published twice per year as a collaborative effort of K-State’s Division of Communications and Marketing and the Office of the Vice President for Research. From 2011 - 2015 the magazine title was Perspectives.