Thursday, March 26, 2015
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Students, visitors and community members are invited to unfold their futures at K-State. On Saturday, April 11, the Manhattan and Salina campuses will offer activities, learning, fun and food as part of the annual All-University Open House.
"Sometimes Ya Gotta Laugh," a performance about the world of caregiving for those diagnosed with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia, will be part of the Personhood and Dementia Workshop on Thursday, April 9, at the K-State Alumni Center.
Geologist Robert Stern to discuss links between volcanism, convergent plate boundaries and formation of crust at 4 p.m. Thursday, March 26, in 216 Thompson Hall.
"Exploring Social Media with NodeXL" is a two-hour session that introduces some of the social media data extraction and network graphing functionalities of NodeXL. This event will be 1:30-3:30 p.m. Friday, April 10, at 301 Hale Library.
The Flint Hills History Conference is a student-oriented conference jointly organized by the History Graduate Student Organizations of Kansas State University and the University of Kansas. The conference will be March 27-28 in the K-State Student Union.
Visit the K-State Student Union courtyard from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 1, to enjoy a sampling of K-State's brightest stars. You'll see one-of-a-kind performances from student performance groups.
Three Zoom videoconferencing sessions are scheduled this Thursday-Friday for students and faculty/staff to learn more about new features for Office 365 that were released earlier this month, including free Office desktop apps, Web apps and mobile apps.
The Johnson Cancer Research Center and KTWU 11 will host a special preview of the PBS documentary, "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies," along with a community resource fair, from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, March 28, at the Manhattan Public Library.
The Faculty Senate of Kansas State University invites you to the spring 2015 open forum with President Schulz and Provost Mason from 1-2 p.m. Friday, April 3, in the Tadtman Boardroom at the K-State Alumni Center.
A group of K-State students is helping unfold a future of fun and exploration at this year's All-University Open House. On Saturday, April 11, the yearlong work of the event's core coordinating committee will pay off with a celebration to remember.
The political science graduate program in the College of Arts & Sciences at Kansas State University has been ranked the No. 1 program in the nation by GraduatePrograms.com for its faculty support and career support.
Over spring break, some needed improvements were made to the Pharos printing system used in computing labs across campus. This is the first major upgrade in several years, and it addresses some commonly seen errors users were experiencing when printing.
In a world where data breaches, credit card fraud and identity theft are becoming more common, consumers should consider ways to protect themselves.
From the vice president for research
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Simons Foundation announced a program for early career scientists to strengthen the research community and bring innovative approaches to the study of biological problem.
The Kansas State Landscape Contracting Team, with 26 members, was awarded eighth out of 65 colleges and universities on March 15 at the National Collegiate Landscape Competition closing ceremony at North Carolina State University.
The K-State Police Department wants the campus community to know that some of the blue-light emergency phones are currently not operational because of construction projects on campus.
A political science undergraduate is looking for participants in an online survey about justice. This project, No. 7649, has been reviewed by the Kansas State University Institutional Review Board, Human Subjects.