KBOR Renews Grant Helping Online College of Education Students in Rural, Urban Areas Earn Teaching Degrees

“Project TRUST, which stands for Training Rural and Urban Student Teachers, received a grant award of $140,135 from the board to help place-bound students earn bachelor’s degrees in elementary education. Through the grant, the students selected for scholarships, or TRUST Scholars, will receive 12 credit hours of tuition support for their final semester.”

K-State Technology Development Institute’s Innovation Stimulus Program assists Kansas chiropractic table manufacturer

“We are always excited to work with local manufacturers, especially those who purchase many of their parts from other local fabricators,” said Bret Lanz, commercialization director at TDI. “When we looked to redesign some of the assemblies, we kept in mind other local suppliers’ capabilities and designed the parts in such a way that several individual parts could be incorporated into a single laser-cut part provided by one of their existing suppliers.”