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K-State Today Student Edition

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

K-State Today Student Edition is a daily email providing K-State students a single source of timely K-State announcements.

K-State's International Student Center

K-State's International Student Center


Eat lunch for free and meet your career advisor at the Career Center Cookout
Students are encouraged to enjoy a free lunch and meet with their career advisor at the Career Center Cookout from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 24., on the north lawn of the Berney Family Welcome Center.
WinterDance 2016 auditions to take place Aug. 27 in Nichols Hall
The K-State dance program will have auditions for WinterDance 2016, a faculty-choreographed dance performance, at 9 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, in 008 Nichols Hall. WinterDance auditions are open to all K-State students.

News and research

K-State Student Union video tour highlights renovation
Union logo
Take a video tour with Bill Smriga, Union executive director, as he highlights the new features.
K-State announces new plant pathology department head
Marty Draper
Marty Draper is the new head of K-State's plant pathology department.
Video: K-State NOW with interim President Myers
Gen. Richard Myers, interim Kansas State University president, shares several university updates with Richard Baker in the August 2016 K-State NOW video.

Kudos, publications and presentations

K-State Recreation Complex featured as Rec of the Week
K-State's Recreational Services, which includes the Chester E. Peters Recreation Complex and the Natatorium, is featured as Campus Rec Magazine's Rec of the Week.
Voice professor Amy Rosine teaches in Italy
Rosine performs at IOPE
Amy Rosine, associate professor in the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance, joined the faculty of the International Opera Performing Experience in Mercatello Sul Metauro, Italy, in July.


Mobile printing now available in computer labs
Over the summer, Information Technology Services staff implemented the ability to print to PaperCut from mobile devices — iOS and Android — in the university's computing labs, Hale Library InfoCommons and the new Business Administration Building.