Monday, August 31, 2015
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From the administration
K-State's Athletics Director John Currie writes about sportsmanship, a gift from Jordy and Emily Nelson, The Barclays and PGA golfer and former Wildcat Robert Streb, and updates with K-State Athletics staff.
Using the book "Self-Esteem and Empowerment for Women," a support group will focus on eliminating chaos in life, increasing self-esteem, developing skills for assertiveness, letting go of the need to be perfect, overcoming hurt and coping with stress.
The Kansas State University Chapter of Psi Chi, the national honor society in psychology, will host a panel of faculty and current graduate students to discuss graduate school from 4:30-5:20 p.m. Sept. 2 in 5102 Bluemont Hall.
Emmy Award-winning talk show host Jay Leno is coming to Kansas State University's McCain Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11. Also appearing with Leno will be special guest Emily West.
In preparation for the upcoming K-State Student Union renovation, several offices, departments and organizations in the Union are relocating.
All students — whether first-year undergrads or doctoral candidates — are invited to become part of a select group that works to elevate K-State Libraries. Applications are due by Sept. 3.
A new program in the College of Education will be the topic of discussion on a local radio show this morning.
Office of Student Life provides assistance to K-State students by supporting and advocating on behalf of students who are experiencing a variety of concerns.
Publications and presentations
As the spring semester drew to a close in May, the College of Architecture, Planning & Design and School of Music, Theatre, and Dance were hard at work producing a professional theatre production of "Les Misérables."
All first-year students may be eligible to participate in a nutrition and health study that is designed to help college freshmen improve their dietary intake, increase physical activity, and improve overall stress management.