Contributing to Physics

Alumni and friends of Physics at K-State play a vital role in the life of the Department. We are building a database to keep you updated on our activities and achievements.   We look forward to hearing from you. E-mail office@phys.ksu.edu or phone us at (785) 532-6786.

You are an important part of the Physics community here at K-State and your contribution is extremely valuable to us as we continue to remain a world-class department.

We offer a wide range of giving options to meet each donor's charitable goals while meeting the needs of the department.

How to Make a Gift

If you wish to make a donation, please make your check payable to the fund of your choice, and mail to:

KSU Foundation
Kansas State University
Foundation Center
2323 Anderson Avenue
Manhattan, Kansas 66506

Or you may give online here directly to physics or at http://www.found.k-state.edu/.

Featured Funds

These funds allow us to support teaching and research and to improve our infrastructure with the most flexibility to meet current needs:

Physics Excellence Fund (F35600)

Physics Scholarship (Q12412)

Additional Scholarship Funds
  • Clarence S. & Jane Clay (Q57595)
  • Basil & Mary Curnutte (Q58980)
  • Dean & Edna Dragsdorf (Q61090)
  • Louis Ellsworth (Q62535)
  • John P. Giese (Q66264)
  • Paul G. Hewitt (Q69230)
  • Leo E. Hudiburg (Q71615)
  • Terry Suzanne "Speed" and James King Foster Scholarship (Q64920)
  • James R. Macdonald (Q77250)
  • Ronald D. Parks (Q82585)
Additional Endowment Funds
  • Ernest & Lillian Chapin Professorship (F56399)
  • James Neff Lecture Series (F81176)
  • Chester Peterson Lecture Series (F83490)
  • William & Joan Porter Professorship (F84130)

Physics Undergraduate Scholarships

Undergraduate Scholarship Listing

A listing of the scholarships that you may wish to contribute to

Undergraduate Scholarship Summary

A list of the most recent recipients of the scholarships available within the department