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Welcome!

Welcome, incoming Scholars! We are eagerly anticipating your arrival to K-State, and are looking forward to working with you as you begin your journey with the Developing Scholars Program. Please take some time to get acquainted with our website as you will find many important resources and dates here. Enjoy the rest of your summer and we can't wait to see you in August!

DSP Research Poster Symposium

Thank you to everyone who made the 16th annual DSP Research Poster Symposium a success! Click here to see pictures and award winners. 

Check out the Spring 2016 Scholars' Scope!

The Scholars' Scope is the annual publication of the Developing Scholars Program.


Submissions Welcome for Crossing Borders

Click here for information on how to submit work to Crossing Borders.

Scholar Spotlight

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Sharon Wilson, sophomore in music education from Manhattan, Kansas, is researching the importance of Spanish songs in vocal music education. Wilson has been working on her research project since August 2014 when her and her research mentor, Amy Rosine, associate professor of music, documented students' experiences of learning a Spanish song.

Next year, Wilson will continue with her project alongside her two research mentors, Rosine and Ruth Gurgel, as they explore the falling of Spanish music in vocal performance and music education.

Wilson will present her research at the university's annual music education symposium this summer.

See the full article here.