Konza Prairie News

Nippert's research featured in K-State Seek Magazine

KNZ LTER principal investigator, Jesse Nippert's research is featured in K-State's spring edition of Seek magazine.

KNZ LTER new initiative featured in LNO article

A new initiative will foster a deeper connection between Konza LTER and those that have a historic relationship with the land.

Kalea Nippert presents poster at Kansas Capitol

Konza LTER undergraduate, Kalea Nippert, was one of five students from Kansas State University to present their research at Kansas Undergraduate Research Day at the Kansas Capitol. Nippert is mentored by Dr. Zak Ratajczak.

Recent PNAS article featured in Colorado news article

A newly published global study, led by KNZ LTER investigator, Melinda Smith, was recently featured in a Colorado Sun article. Dr. Smith is a professor at Colorado State University.

Querns awarded NRES Graduate Fellowship

KNZ LTER doctoral student, Aleah Querns, has been awarded a graduate fellowship for the spring 2024 semester by the natural resources and environmental sciences (NRES). Querns is a member of Dr. Allison Louthan's lab at Kansas State University.

Dennison University's Supp conducting research at Konza

Data analytics professor Sarah Supp studies the long-term effects of climate change on the Kansas prairie.

KPBS director, Blair, featured in NPR article

Konza Prairie Biology Station director and KNZ LTER investigator, John Blair, discusses how KPBS offers a window into Kansas' past in recent NPR article and interview.

Boyle featured in KBR article

KNZ LTER investigator, Dr. Alice Boyle, research regarding the Motus project is featured in Kansas Public Radio news article.

KNZ LTER investigator, Andrew Hope, secures grant

Andrew Hope, assistant professor of biology, has received a grant from the National Science Foundation to establish the Kansas State University Biorepository for mammals and mammalian parasites.

KNZ artist, Erin Wiersma, leading workshop

Katie Kingery-Page, College of Architecture, Planning & Design associate dean and professor landscape architecture, and Erin Wiersma, College of Arts and Sciences associate professor of art, will give invited keynote talks and lead an ecological drawing workshop this week at the Salina Art Center for K-12 educators from across Kansas.