Saturday, March 28, 2015
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K-State Dance presents SpringDance 2015 in McCain Auditorium March 27-28. Students will perform faculty and guest artist dance choreography, featuring ballet, modern, tap, and world dance forms. Tickets are $10-$15 at the McCain Box Office.
The ADVANCE Distinguished Lecture Series and Heather Bailey, assistant professor in the department of psychological sciences, will host Gabriel Radvansky at 3:30 p.m. Monday, March 30, in 5102 Bluemont Hall.
The Veterinary Health Center and the College of Veterinary Medicine's class of 2016 are hosts of the 20th annual Dog-N-Jog on Saturday April 25. This 5K/10K/1.5K road race benefits KSDS Inc. Registration is now open.
Faculty Senate invites you to attend the 2015 Faculty and Professional Staff Retiree Ceremony at 4 p.m. Friday, April 24, at the K-State Alumni Center.
Manos Mavrikakis, the Paul A. Elfers professor of chemical engineering at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, will present "Heterogeneous catalysis: from the nature of the active site to catalyst design" at the L.T. Fan Lecture Series, Monday, March 30.
Lesbian and Gay Veterinary Medical Association hosts filmmaker, showing of 'Bridegroom' documentary film
At the invitation of the K-State Lesbian and Gay Veterinary Medical Association, Shane Bitney Crone from the documentary "Bridegroom" will visit the university. His visit will include a showing of the film at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 29, in Forum Hall.
The Union Program Council will host K-State Idol for the 12th consecutive year. Don't miss a night of peer talent, guest performers and news on upcoming Union Program Council events at 7 p.m. Friday, March 27, in the K-State Student Union's Forum Hall.
The winner of five Tony Awards, "Peter and the Starcatcher" will be performed at Kansas State University's McCain Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 6. The show is part of the McCain Performance Series.
K-State students learned the 'NASHvantage' of Public Relations Student Society of America at the regional conference at Belmont University
Nine K-State Public Relations Student Society of America students went to Nashville, Tennessee, over spring break for a regional conference hosted by the Public Relations Student Society of America chapter at Belmont University.
From field crops to garden vegetables, various types of foods rely on soil for growth. The International Year of Soils is taking place in 2015, and March’s theme is "Soils Support Agriculture."
For their work in outreach, innovation and service, K-State's Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development will honor five as its Leaders of the Year for 2015.
College of Business Dean Ali Malekzadeh has accepted the position of president at Roosevelt University. He will start his new position July 1.
Nine students from the department of architectural engineering and construction science have received Tilt-Up Concrete Technician Certification.
Congratulations to 17 students selected to be University Experience peer instructors.
Maile Widman, senior in mass communications from Lenexa, has won a Bronze Telly Award from the Silver Telly Council for her 30-second public service announcement, "Wildcat Watch PSA."
On Tuesday, March 31, Information Technology Services will host a technology showcase at the Bosco Student Plaza featuring the latest in classroom and conference room technologies. K-State faculty, staff and students should stop by and take a tour.