Thursday, September 29, 2016
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Originally known as the Practical Agriculture Building, Anderson Hall housed a canteen, barbershop and chapel until the 1920s.
From the administration
Read notes from VPR Dorhout, plus see where K-State experts made news for findings about mosquitos that do not transmit Zika, for history of towns that have disappeared, another listeria-related food recall and more.
News and research
The College of Education's "A Walk in My Shoes" documentary series brings powerful stories to life and reinforces the goals of K-State 2025 through education, research and engagement.
A research team that includes scientists with Kansas State University's Biosecurity Research Institute has developed a promising Zika virus vaccine.
Workers have restored power to Kedzie Hall. Classes and business resume to normal schedules for Thursday, Sept. 29.
Elizabeth Buck, professor of flute at Arizona State University, will present a recital with Hannah Creviston, piano, at 7:30 p.m. today in All Faiths Chapel.
Planning on graduating and participating in the Graduate School's fall commencement? Have you met all of the requirements and deadlines? Learn what you need to do before you can officially graduate at today's Graduation and Commencement Deadlines Session.
The Office of Diversity has announced the remaining meeting dates for the inaugural semester of IMHOTEP, the initiative to increase black male student success and retention.
Early registration for the 14th annual Ecological Genomics Symposium Oct. 28-30 in Kansas City, Missouri, ends Friday, Sept. 30.
Union Program Council presents a night with the Fabulous Chinese Acrobats at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, in Forum Hall at the K-State Student Union.
K-State's Speech Team will host the 39th annual forensics speech tournament with 12 schools from five states Oct. 1-2.
Human resources, benefits and training
Asbestos Awareness for Building Occupants training will be offered Oct. 6 to anyone interested in learning more about what asbestos is, health concerns associated with it and where it can be found on campus.
This session will be offered in conjunction with Introduction to Supervision. Consider enrolling in this session if you have experienced conflict in the workplace and would like strategies to help manage difficult situations.
The Nov. 3 Diversity Research Forum will showcase student, faculty and staff research efforts that relate to diversity. Submit information about your project by Oct. 3.