Sunday, February 1, 2015
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From the vice president for research
Enhancing industry engagement is a common thread that weaves throughout the K-State 2025 action and implementation plans. Feedback received from you, the K-State community, has informed the final draft of the Corporate Engagement Strategic Action Plan.
The Greek community at K-State has recently elected a new board of directors for the Office of Greek Affairs. Board members serve on either the Interfraternity Council or the PanHellenic Council.
Four Kansas State University students have been nominated for the Goldwater Scholarship.
Interviews for the director of the Center for Child Development will be Feb. 2-4.
Make valentines for all the special people in your life from 1:30-3 p.m. Sunday at the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art.
The Center for Advocacy, Response and Education, or CARE, will host its monthly Shatter the Silence lunch hour from noon to 1 pm. Monday, Feb. 2, in 206 Holton Hall.
The Staley School of Leadership Studies, the Black Student Union and the Institute for Civic Discourse and Democracy invite you to our upcoming Community Cafés on Racial Justice.
The first CIS@K-State Invitational GameJam will be Feb. 6-8 on the Manhattan campus. This is a 48-hour video game design competition for novices and experienced programmers, game designers, artists, musicians and writers. Register before Feb. 1.
Ray Buyle, assistant professor of architectural engineering and construction science, is the recipient of the Associated General Contractors of America 2015 Outstanding Educator Award. He will be recognized in March.
Grant Chapman has been appointed as the new assistant provost of international administration for the Office of International Programs at Kansas State University.
A reminder that unclassified employees who earn leave will not accrue vacation leave with the paycheck dated Jan. 30 because it is the third paycheck in the month of January.
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