The next speaker in the Upson Lecture Series will talk about creating a pathway to entrepreneurial success. Cattle feeder Lee Borck of Manhattan will focus on challenges facing young people during his April 28 presentation. The address will take place in Frick Auditorium, located in Mosier Hall at the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Borck graduated from K-State with an ag economics degree. He is chairman of the Beef Marketing Group and president of Innovative Livestock Services.
He has been heavily involved in leadership positions with K-State. Borck, a Blue Rapids native, is chairman of the Kansas 4-H Foundation and a current board member of the Kansas Bioscience Authority.
The Upson Lecture Series is presented by Food For Thought, a group of K-State students and young alumni looking to bridge the gap between agriculture and consumers.