Friday, May 11, 2018
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Focused in Friday: The historic Conservatory at the Kansas State University Gardens.
Who knew teachers cry when they can't say goodbye to a student? Join us for these and many other heartfelt and hilarious moments in "A Walk in My Shoes: The First 9 Months," a College of Education documentary. It airs at 1 p.m. Sunday on KCPT.
History department celebrates graduates, scholarship and award recipients for 2018-2019 year with a ceremony from 4-6 p.m. Friday, May 11, in the Flint Hills Room of the K-State Student Union.
Staying in Manhattan over the summer? Join the men's crew for recreational and development rowing! Summer rowing is open to all K-State students. This is a great way to try out the sport with no stress from classes.
News and research
Alvin and RosaLee Sarachek, Wichita, established the fellowship and travel awards to recognize resident graduate students enrolled in a doctoral program at K-State who have demonstrated exceptional research and scholastic accomplishments.
Excellence in research has earned several students at Kansas State University recognition through the fifth annual Kirmser Undergraduate Research Awards.
Steven Dandaneau will become executive director for the Reinvention Collaborative and associate provost at Colorado State University.
Helpful information for graduation candidates, including information about the K-State Mobile app and ordering transcripts.
Kudos, publications and presentations
The spring 2018 recipient of the Outstanding Senior Award in the College of Business Administration is Celeste Bartels.
The K-State Student Union announces Joseph Gibby, Seth Boswell and Elizabeth Scharping as the winners of the Employee Achievement Awards.
Outstanding design work by fifth-year students in the architecture program at Kansas State University's College of Architecture, Planning & Design, or APDesign, has been recognized with the Heintzelman and Kremer prizes.
Nearly 150 Kansas State University students are new members of Phi Kappa Phi, the oldest and most prestigious all-discipline honor society.
Campus construction and maintenance
An excavation project to connect new electrical power to the Campus Creek Complex and Chemistry/Biochemistry Building will begin May 14. Traffic through Campus Creek Road will remain open during work but reduced to one lane.