Initiatives

Thinking about the future and finding innovative ways to reach our goals as a university community.

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K-State 2025
Defining who we are as a university, creating a vision of where we hope to be in the future and identifying how we are going to get there. Learn more about K-State 2025 initiatives.

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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.
 

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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.

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Australia Initiatives
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.

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Corporate Engagement
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.

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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.

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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.

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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.