Thinking about the future and finding innovative ways to reach our goals as a university community.
Social Media Policy Work Group
The Kansas Board of Regents has convened a work group to review the board's new social media policy and make recommendations.
Building our future
To meet the goals of K-State 2025, the university is building for the future. By improving and expanding the campuses, students and faculty will be equipped to accomplish these goals.
K-State 2025 provides a strong case that we need to pursue additional international opportunities and collaborations between our faculty, staff, and students and colleagues from abroad.
The landscape of corporate giving across the country is shifting, with industry moving away from traditional philanthropy to a focus on return on investment in their university relationships.
Report of the Research Infrastructure Task Force
The future of research at Kansas State University deserves serious discussion as we move forward with the K-State 2025 initiative. Since January, the Research Infrastructure Task Force (RITF) has been meeting with the charge of taking a broad, overarching approach in examining our research enterprise.
NCAA Certification Self-Study
The self-study process is an important opportunity for K-State to step back and critically examine strengths, weaknesses and opportunities related to the welfare of our student-athletes, and to continue the tradition of our athletics program in a manner complementary to the university's overall goals.
K-State in Iraq
K-State President Kirk Schulz visited Iraq in November 2010 as a guest of Fort Riley's Big Red One. While serving as K-State's ambassador to the Middle East he toured the Army base, visited landmarks in the area and met with K-State students and alumni in Basra.