Welcome to K-State Grain Science and Industry
Welcome to the Department of Grain Science and Industry at Kansas State University! Our globally unique programs are recognized for the quality of its graduates and the excellence of its faculty and staff. Students enroll in our academic programs to pursue undergraduate degrees in milling, bakery and feed science & management, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in grain science. Industry professionals from around the world seek out our department for continuing education via on-campus courses taught in our state-of-the-art facilities and via distance education courses. Companies come to our campus to support our education, research and outreach programs, and most importantly to engage our faculty and hire our graduates. The field of grain-based food and feed science is fast-growing and ever-changing. We at K-State are proud to be the primary training ground of managers and technology specialists who lead businesses and organizations to preserve the harvest, process grains into products, and feed the world. Whether you are a future student, a parent, or a business looking for education, research or employees, we thank you for your interest in our programs. We in the department are truly excited about being an integral part of this important science and industry. We hope that this excitement flows through everything we do! If you would like to talk to someone about our programs, we would like to encourage you to contact us at 785-532-4051 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
- Milling Science and Managenent student participates in internship in Guyana sponsored by Seaboard Overseas Trading Group.
- Dr. Yong-Cheng Shi received the AACCI Phil Williams Applied Research Award from AACC International this year
- Faculty and students urged to join 'Pet Food Experience' September 14-15
- Isabella Corsato-Alvarenga is the 2016 Pinnacle Award Recipient - International Ingredients Corporation-Nutrition Advisory Board, St. Louis, MO
- Dr. David Wetzel invited lecturer at international research conference (July-August 2016)
- Mennel Scholarship Winner Announced
- Healthy pet food: Kansas State University aims to be the cat's meow (April 17, 2016)
- Dr. Praveen Vadlani received the "Gamma Sigma Delta Outstanding Research Award (April 15, 2016)
- Kansas seeks bigger piece of growing pet food market (December 2015)
- Kansas State University researchers develop method for higher purity in wheat flour (December 2015)
- Sorghum pet food attracts European interest (Sorghum Grower Magazine, page 19, Fall 2015)
- Kansas looks to become pet food hub (Feedstuffs, page 17, November 2015)
- Jennifer Frederick, Graduate Ph.D. Student, receives the 2014-2015 James R. Coffman Honor Council Student Member of the Year Award (September 2015)
- Hulya Dogan receives the NCTA Educator Award at the 2015 NACTA Conference at University of Georgia, Athens, GA
- Pulses popular in pet food (June 2015)
- David Wetzel presents at forensic microscopy meeting (June 2015)
- Greg Aldrich was interviewed by the Western Producer (an agricultural paper in Canada) regarding pulses in pet food (May 2015)
- Dr. Yong-Cheng Shi delivered the Belfort Lecture at the Whistler Center for Carbohydrate Research at Purdue (May 2015)
- In a Flash – Conditions Can Develop Quickly for Grain Dust Explosions (February 2015)
- K-State Announces New Grain Science and Industry Department Head (January 2015)
Latest Publications by GSI Faculty
- Bulk Flow Properties of Hard and Soft Wheat Flours. 2015. Qi Bian, Sichaya Sittipod, Anubha Garg, R.P. Kingsly Ambrose. Journal of Cereal Science, 63: 88-94.
- Applications of Discrete Element Method in Modeling of Grain Postharvest Operations. 2014. Josephine Boac, R.P. Kingsly Ambrose, Mark Casada, Ronaldo Maghirang, Dirk Maier. Food Engineering Reviews, 10.1007/s12393-014-9090-y
- Wheat Mill Stream Properties for Discrete Element Method Modeling. 2014. Abhay Patwa, R. P. Kingsly Ambrose, Huyla Dogan, Mark Casada. Transactions of the ASABE, 57(3): 891-899.