Graduate Programs in Biology - Kansas State University

December 15, 2011 at 1:31 pm

Graduate students in the Division of Biology have access to cutting edge resources including modern microscopy
facilities, high-throughput genomics, proteomics, and lipidomics laboratories, a bioinformatics center, whole-organism
processing laboratories, as well as access to multiple nearby field sites including the 3487-hectare Konza Prairie
Biological Station located 10 miles from campus. All graduate students admitted to the Division are guaranteed full
support for the duration of their graduate studies as long as they continue to make satisfactory progress, via a
competitive stipend that includes tuition and health insurance (~$26,000 total). Manhattan, Kansas is a pleasant
college town community of about 50,000 that enjoys low cost of living and high quality of life, and is located in the
scenic Flint Hills of north central Kansas about 2 hours west of Kansas City.

For more information contact Rollie J. Clem, Ph.D., Associate Progressor, Chair, Graduate Recruitment Committee,
(785) 532-6615.