The Prairie inspires art and natural exploration for many, and our initiative intends to further those explorations. Above: Currier and Ives, "Prairie Hens", Lithograph, ca. 1870. Below: Patricia Duncan, "Greater Prairie Chicken - Flint Hills #37." chromogenic print, date unknown
Here is a list of faculty interested in helping students, community members and other scholars learn more about the Prairie Studies initiative and related opportunities.
John Briggs <email@example.com>,Konza Prairie Biological Station of Biology
Amit Chakrabarti <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Department of Physics
Elizabeth Dodd <email@example.com>, English, on sabbatical Fall 2015
Laura Donnelly <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Dance Program
- Linda Duke <email@example.com>, Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art
Todd Holmberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>, McCain Auditorium
- Jill Haukos <email@example.com>, Director of Education, Konza Prairie Biological Station
Shreepad Joglekar <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Art, Photography
Katie Kingery-Page <email@example.com>, Landscape Architecture/ Regional & Community Planning
Kimberly Kramer <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Architectural Engineering and Construction Science
Stephanie Rolley <email@example.com>, Landscape Architecture/ Regional & Community Planning
Jeff Skibins <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Horticulture, Forestry and Recreation Resources
- David Vail <email@example.com>, K-State Libraries
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