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  • Ogborn, Callie; Hallaq, Tom (Kansas State University, )
    Prairies are characterized by highly variable climate, yet we lack the theoretical knowledge to predict whether adaption to such conditions offers organisms greater resilience to additional change, or whether they already ...
  • White, Rayvin; Hallaq, Tom (Kansas State University, )
    Cells move and migrate to new locations in the bodies of developing animals, an important step for the correct formation and function of organs. This research uses a simple genetic model, the fruit fly, to investigate how ...
  • Penner, Evan M.; Garcia, Reina R.; Hallaq, Tom G. (Kansas State University, )
    I would love to have someone to work on capturing the creation of an original play done by the Barrier-Free Theatre, which is part of the Drama Therapy Program. Barrier-Free Theatre is an acting troupe of adults with ...
  • Budke, Brady; Huntington, Bret; Yu, Han; Joglekar, Shreepad; Hallaq, Tom G. (Kansas State University, 2018)
    Kansas farmers produce much of the nation’s crops including wheat, beef, corn and sorghum, yet many of these farmers live more than 10 miles from a grocery store, placing them in food deserts. This story shows how anyone ...
  • Manougian, Eric J.; White, Patrick W.; Hallaq, Tom G. (Kansas State University, )
    Dr. Sharda and his colleagues and students do work in precision agriculture to increase efficiency of farming through innovations in farm machinery, sensors and technology, and agronomic algorithm development. We want to ...
  • Condrey, Adam; Miller, Grant; Partin, Sara; Smee, Erin; Moberly, Benjamin; Wohaska, Emily F.; Drak, Micah; Smith, Dakota; Yu, Han; Joglekar, Shreepad; Hallaq, Tom G. (Kansas State University, 2018)
    Flat sales, declining growth, and increased competition from large corporate chains are just some of the challenges faced by rural grocers. These rural grocers are a vital resource for the small-town residents they serve. ...
  • Hennigh, Sam; Hallaq, Tom (Kansas State University, )
    Extreme environments allow for the investigation of life’s capacity and limitations to cope with far-from-average environmental conditions. Springs rich in hydrogen sulfide (H2S) represent some of the most extreme freshwater ...
  • Howard, Bridget; Jaeger, Natalie; Yu, Han; Joglekar, Shreepad; Hallaq, Tom G. (Kansas State University, 2018)
    Kansas State University is only one of many college campuses in a food desert. Student on limited incomes and often without reliable transportation can find themselves with limited access to unprocessed food. When Sophia ...
  • Bresser, Jack; Schippers, Desiree; Yu, Han; Joglekar, Shreepad; Hallaq, Tom G. (Kansas State University, 2018)
    Most of the 150 or so residents of Cuba, Kansas are above the age of 60. Citizens grow their own vegetables in home gardens and share the surplus with their neighbors. The Cuba Cash Store is a central gathering place and ...
  • Guidry, Nate; Hallaq, Tom (Kansas State University, )
    A central focus of this research is the development of microfluidic devices for manipulating single cells and conducting measurements of cell chemical reactions using electrical and optical techniques. Microfluidic devices ...
  • Mach, Carolina C.; Olberding, Lisa Marie; Hallaq, Tom G. (Kansas State University, )
    Animal Disease Response Training is a one-day, eight-hour awareness-level course for the non-traditional agricultural responder in rural communities. Many of those on the front line of defense during a high-consequence ...
  • Physport 
    Shores, Andrew; Hallaq, Tom (Kansas State University, )
    This project is developing a web-based, validated instrument to monitor, as the academic term progresses, student understanding of a wide range of introductory physics concepts. The distinguishing feature of the approach ...
  • Curtis, Katherine; Hallaq, Tom (Kansas State University, )
    A team of three scientists from Kansas State University, Michigan State University and the Desert Botanical Garden are investigating polyploidy (the condition of having more than one set of chromosomes) and diversity in ...
  • Relevate 
    Cannizzaro, Anthony R.; Hallaq, Tom G. (Kansas State University, )
    I wanted to reach out about the work I've been doing with Relevate, which is a mobile hub for trustworthy and relevant romantic relationship resources. We are a multidisciplinary team of researchers who are on a mission ...
  • Retreat 
    Kirakosyan, Arpine; Reed, Brittany; Hallaq, Tom G. (Kansas State University, )
    I do a national community outreach of scholars (graduate students and academics) who might feel isolated in a predominantly white institution, due to being from a traditionally under-represented group. This is a trend in ...
  • Carter, Emma; Yu, Han; Joglekar, Shreepad; Hallaq, Tom G. (Kansas State University, 2018)
    It takes a village to feed hungry school children. Nowhere is this more evident than in the Pike Valley school district where local food producers donate their products to a unique school lunch program. At the Pike Valley ...

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