Saturday, August 23, 2014
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From the administration
A milestone was quietly reached this summer in the continued updating of the K-State Web presence. As two more colleges published sites in our content management system, or CMS, we met the goal of having every college/major unit in the system.
The international programs office is accepting international incentive grant proposals for fall 2014. The primary purpose of the international incentive grants is to promote internationalization of Kansas State University.
A K-State veterinarian and expert on ticks talks common myths about the pests and provides advice for protecting yourself and your pets.
New procedures would allow for immediate investigations to remove contaminated ground beef from the U.S. supply chain before it reaches consumers.
Kansas State University President Kirk Schulz and Student Body President Reagan Kays will accept the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge at the pep rally at 7 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 24, at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Prepare Kansas is a new K-State Research and Extension online financial challenge designed to help individuals and families be better prepared ahead of disasters, which can ease recovery.
Natural Resources and Environmental Science Seminar Series speakers announced for fall 2014 semester
The natural resources and environmental science secondary major announces the lecture schedule for the fall 2014 Natural Resources and Environmental Science Seminar Series.
Does your pet have what it takes to be Willie's Pet of the Week?
The personal financial planning program at Kansas State University is offering a first-of-its-kind credit course that prepares students to take the general securities licensing exam.
Human Capital Services introduces an academic year salary reserve payment option to nine-month employees on regular appointments.