47 Students Receive Awards for Cancer Research (from the K-State Collegian)
Friday March 16, 2012
The Johnson Center for Basic Cancer Research at K-State awarded 47 outstanding undergraduates for their cancer-related research. Funded by private donations, an annual award serves to increase awareness of cancer and encourages more research to be done in the field.
The Cancer Research Award program started in K-State in the 1980s. Since then, 825 students have been awarded for their research.