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Current News

Monday, April 20, 2015

University team places in international architectural, engineering competition
Kansas State University continued its winning ways in an annual international architectural and engineering competition by finishing as the runner-up in the event's structural design category.

Staley School of Leadership Studies announces inaugural class of Snyder Leadership Legacy Fellows
The Staley School of Leadership Studies at Kansas State University has selected its inaugural class for its newest leadership development program, the Snyder Leadership Legacy Fellows.

Financial planners to offer free advice at university on May 1
Financial planning professionals from around Kansas, including at Kansas State University, will offer pro bono financial advice to students and the community at Financial Planning Day on Friday, May 1.

Accident incident at 1800 Kimball
Shortly after 10:30 a.m. Monday, a work-site injury was reported at the construction site of the new KSU Foundation building and K-State Office Park, located at 1800 Kimball Ave.



Expert focus

Ketino Kaadze

Ketino KaadzeKetino Kaadze, assistant professor of physics, is one of the scientists participating in the ongoing research with the recently restarted Large Hadron Collider at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, or CERN. Kaadze can discuss the machine's restart after two years as well as how the extra energy will help with exploring antimatter, dark matter and other aspects of physics that are relatively untested.   

Kaadze, researches experimental high-energy particle physics, is one of the several researches in Kansas State University's physics department heavily involved in research at CERN.

Kaadze can be reached at 785-532-1608 and keti@phys.ksu.edu.


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