Wednesday, May 27, 2015
K-State Today is a daily email providing faculty and staff a single source of timely K-State announcements.
Veterinarians can now test for the new strain of canine influenza that sickened thousands of dogs in the Midwest and is still popping up across the country. The test is available at the Kansas State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.
Soils are a crucial component for agriculture and food production. Soils support all kinds of life. From an engineering perspective, soils are also important, as they provide the groundwork for any type of building or structure.
The Topeka Military Order of the World Wars has honored two Kansas State University leaders — President Kirk Schulz and retired Army Lt. Col. Art DeGroat — for their service and patriotism.
Join the industrial and manufacturing systems engineering department for Doris Galvan's retirement reception today.
Alumnus Doug Nelson credits K-State faculty with instilling a desire for excellence in all his activities. Nelson and his wife, Dana, have established a chemistry scholarship to help others realize their potential.
Introduction to Supervision, coordinated by Learning and Development in Human Capital Services, provides new supervisors with practical leadership skills and an increased awareness of university policies and procedures.
The Lafene Health Center's fire suppression system will be interrupted from 7:30 a.m. to noon May 27 so workers can replace sprinkler heads.