Photo gallery: Innovation and Inspiration travels to Houston

K-State Alumni Communications

Kansas State University took its Innovation and Inspiration campaign on the road with a visit to Houston, Texas, on April 8. Wildcat alumni and supporters enjoyed an evening with K-State leaders and students, who shared stories about the positive impact being made through philanthropy. View photos from the event below, and RSVP for upcoming Innovation and Inspiration events in Denver and Dallas/Fort Worth. There is no charge to attend. (All photos courtesy of the KSU Foundation)

Kansas State University brings an evening of purple elegance to Houston, Texas, on April 8, with a variety of decorations, including this ice sculpture.

On April 8, Logan Joos talks about her experiences as a student in chemical engineering at Kansas State University.

Jeff Haug '09 and Jenna Harmison '08, '10, both development officers with the Kansas State University Foundation, pose for a photo during the Innovation and Inspiration event in Houston, Texas.

Kansas State University alumni and supporters gather for an evening of Innovation and Inspiration in Houston. Watch a video with other highlights from the event. 

Kansas State University student Darrington Clark shares how receiving a scholarship has helped him at K-State. 

The Kansas State University Marching Band pumps up the crowd at the Innovation and Inspiration campaign event in Houston. Learn how you can be a part of Innovation and Inspiration

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