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K-State cancer researcher Brad Behnke named associate dean for research and graduate studies for College of Health and Human Sciences
March 3, 2021 - Brad Behnke, professor of physiology in the kinesiology department and a member of the Johnson Cancer Research Center, has been named associate dean for research and graduate studies for the College of Health and Human Sciences. Behnke studies cardiovascular function as it relates to aging, muscle disuse and cancer, and works to improve clinical treatments like radiation or chemotherapy. read more
Dec. 7, 2020 - The Johnson Cancer Research Center at Kansas State University has selected 22 students to participate in its undergraduate research mentoring and award program, which promotes student participation in laboratory research and encourages students to consider careers in cancer research and medicine early on while they are still deciding what academic and professional paths to take. read more
All events could change due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pink Up the Pace 5K by Downtown Manhattan, Inc. - Sat., April 24
You’ll Never Run Alone 5K in memory of Frank Alonso – Sat., July 24
Rob Regier Memorial Golf Tournament - Fri., Sept. 17
Brad Heyka Memorial Golf Tournament - Fri., Oct. 15
K-State Fighting for a Cure Day - Sat., Oct. 16