K-State’s College of Agriculture dean discusses how past trends dictate positive future

K-State’s College of Agriculture dean discusses how past trends dictate positive future

High Plains Journal

The College of Agriculture at Kansas State University has experienced significant growth in the number of undergraduate and graduate students, dollars invested in research and private fundraising compared to 10 years ago, and this growth has happened with fewer resources, faculty, staff, and K-State Research and Extension personnel, according to John Floros, dean of the College of Agriculture and director of K-State Research and Extension.

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