Friday, December 9, 2016
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Jardine Apartments' cornerstones, Tradition, Global, Education and Imagination are displayed on a globe sculpture.
From the president
With the upcoming change in presidential administrations, there is potential for change that may affect our university community, including undocumented students.
K-State Libraries will host several de-stress activities beginning Sunday, Dec. 11, with Caffeine Fix.
K-State's football team is headed to the AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl on Dec. 28. The K-State Alumni Association has been busy planning the official university bowl travel packages and activities.
News and research
The College of Education's Kay Ann Taylor developed the course, Historical Research Methods in Education, and provided doctoral students with a new opportunity share their research.
This semesterlong program is geared toward graduate students who want to move beyond technical expertise and develop their leadership skills to make a positive change in their work, studies and student organizations. Application closes Jan. 20.
Show your purple pride or give a gift to someone who has supported you in your educational journey.
Kudos, publications and presentations
Audrey Taggart-Kagdis, K-State Student Union director of marketing and community relations, was awarded the 2016 Association of College Unions International's William H. Smith Outstanding Professional Award.
K-State political science faculty members had a remarkably productive year when it comes to highly ranked, visible scholarship.
Larry Berger, this year's Kansas State University animal sciences and industry distinguished alumnus, has had a notable career as a researcher, professor and department head. Berger was recognized for his accomplishments Dec. 7.