Sunday, May 19, 2013
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From the administration
Four finalists have been identified for the position of CEO and vice provost of the K-State Olathe campus.
Flight operations quality assurance, or FOQA, the system contained in an aircraft's black box, could improve the safety of collegiate flight training programs in the future, according to research conducted by J.D. Swinney.
Kansas State University is increasing its popular on-campus housing options with a $70 million project.
Undergraduate college and high school students are invited to attend a free program Wednesday, June 12, in Manhattan to learn about the array of career possibilities in plant pathology and agricultural sciences in general.
Nine math undergraduate students and four math graduate students were awarded I-Center Research Scholarships during academic year 2012-2013.
Four Kansas State University Salina students placed at SkillsUSA's recent aviation maintenance technology state competition at Wichita Area Technical College.
Publications and presentations
Debbie Mercer, dean of the College of Education, along with 18 faculty and graduate students attended the annual American Educational Research Association's, or AERA, annual conference in San Francisco April 27-May 1.
Researchers are asked to review inventories and notify the university select agent program if using any listed biological toxins. We need to know who has any quantity of these biological toxins.
Johnson Controls and Kansas State University are preparing to embark in an energy saving audit of Kansas State University campus buildings, for the purpose of locating energy saving opportunities.
The stone repair project will begin on Tuesday, May 21, with completion by Aug. 16.
K-State facilities will be replacing around 1,800 square feet of sidewalk on the west side of McCain Auditorium, east of the round chiller. Work will begin on Monday, May 20,