April 5, 2016
Bagels and coffee for grad students from K-State Libraries
In appreciation of grad students' many contributions to the university, enjoy coffee on us.
K-State Libraries' Center for the Advancement of Digital Scholarship and Academic Services welcome all graduate students from 9-11 a.m. Wednesday, April 6, in 306 Hale Library for bagels, coffee and hot tea.
306 Hale is one of two rooms exclusively reserved for graduate students. To learn more, visit lib.k-state.edu/grad-rooms.
In honor of Graduate Student Appreciation Week, we present some scholarly graduate student facts:
- The Prairie Journal of Education Research, an open access publication managed and created by K-State graduate students and published through New Prairie Press, releases its first issue this month.
- More than 15,000 items deposited in K-State's Research Exchange, K-REx, consist of research produced by K-State graduate students. That's approximately 50 percent of the entire repository. All electronic dissertations and theses are housed there.
- The electronic dissertation and theses collections are the top downloaded collections. Not only that, but the most downloaded item from K-REx was written by a graduate student.
For more information, contact Rebel Cummings-Sauls at email@example.com.