Ready to innovate for greater profits? Need proximity to world-class researchers and a student talent pipeline? At Kansas State University, you’ll find the resources to help you make your next breakthrough.
As the original land-grant university and a member of the Big XII Conference, since 1863 K-State has had a mission of outreach and service to the world. With campuses in three cities, online education through Global Campus, and nine colleges, K-State offers 250 undergrad and 165 graduate programs along with numerous professional development opportunities.
In the staff of K-State Innovation Partners, the arm of the university that connects academia to industry, you’ll find the team that will get you in touch with exactly the right person, program or location, and then will help shepherd you through the university system.
With over 90 K-State research centers staffed by experts in everything from agricultural biosecurity to GIS to zoonotic diseases, you can find exactly the right expert partners for your next project. Let K-State Innovation Partners help you locate the people, places and facilities to get the job done.
Proximity to a major university with over 21,000 students means employers have the chance to build a seamless talent transition from student interns to full-time employees. Talent recruitment is a big challenge facing all businesses. Co-locating at K-State can give you the entry point you need to develop next-gen leaders.
The word “unique” is thrown around a lot when describing communities, but it’s accurate when talking about the town-gown relationship between K-State and the government entities, residents and businesses of the Greater Manhattan region.
With a shared attitude of “a rising tide raises all boats,” the university and the region have partnered for decades on multiple economic development projects including infrastructure, athletics, recruitment, marketing and new business development.
Currently, the north border of campus is the focus of a major city/university infrastructure project to accommodate ideal proximity to NBAF, the College of Veterinary Medicine, the Biosecurity Research Institute, and the K-State Office Park.
Get in touch with Rebecca Robinson today to start your engagement with Kansas State University.
Rebecca Robinson, Chief Corporate Engagement & Economic Development Officer
K-State Innovation Partners