Friday, March 6, 2015
K-State Today Student Edition is a daily email providing K-State students a single source of timely K-State announcements.
From the president
As many of you prepare to celebrate Fake Patty's Day this Saturday, please know that your safety is most important. K-State, along with the city of Manhattan, the Riley County Police Department and local business owners, want you to take care of yourself.
SafeZone will offer an advanced training session, Empowered Allies, from 11 a.m. to noon March 10 in 123 Leadership Studies Building.
The College of Education will host the second symposium for K-16 military-connected learners at Fort Riley next week.
The next meeting of the Adolescents and Adults with Autism Support Group, organized by the Student Access Center and the communication sciences and disorders program at K-State, is from 7-8 p.m. Tuesday, March 10.
A study abroad information session for students interested in learning about opportunities in France/francophone countries will be from 5-6 p.m. Monday, March 9, in 122 Eisenhower Hall. Donuts and drinks provided.
Kansas State University's Design Expo will host 51 professional firms to discuss full-time and internship opportunities with students from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, March 9, at the K-State Alumni Center Ballroom.
David Abram, cultural ecologist and geophilosopher, will speak on "Climate, Culture, and the Commonwealth of Breath," March 24 and Lauren Bon, artist and founder of Metabolic Studio, will speak on "The Intermountain West and Beyond," March 25.
Kansas State University students have elected Andrew Hurtig, junior in accounting and finance, Wichita, as student body president, and Joseph Tinker, junior in psychology with a minor in business, Overland Park, as student body vice president.
The inaugural issue of Crossing Borders: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship is now available. The journal is accepting submissions for future issues.
If you still need a credit hour to achieve full-time status, UFM Recreational and Lifetime Fitness classes have enrollment spaces open for the second set of eight-week classes.
A new shopping trend for saving money on your groceries could be costing your health, says a Kansas State University nutritionist.
Construction on the National Bio and Agro-defense Facility, or NBAF, is projected to begin in May and will be completed in December 2020.
Caitlin Utz, a senior in interior design in the College of Human Ecology, has been selected to participate in the Disney College Program at Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando.