Monday, November 30, 2015
K-State Today Student Edition is a daily email providing K-State students a single source of timely K-State announcements.
From the president
President Kirk Schulz addresses two significant challenges facing K-State over the next year: continuing to build an inclusive environment at K-State and preparing for concealed carry of guns on our campuses.
From the administration
Manhattan Regional Airport has opened two new temporary parking lots in preparation for increased travel demand expected from holiday traffic.
'Tis the season for entertainment: Kansas State University the place for holiday music, fun and more
Celebrate the holiday season with Kansas State University through theatre, dance, art, music and more during December.
Erick Ananga, doctoral candidate from the University of South Florida, will give a public lecture at 12:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 30, in Town Hall of the Leadership Studies Building.
Kansas State University's McCain Performance Series presents "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical" at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 2, in McCain Auditorium.
The Kansas State University School of Music, Theatre, and Dance will present WinterDance 2015 at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 3-5, and a matinee at 2:30 p.m. Dec. 5, all in the Mark A. Chapman Theatre in Nichols Hall.
Aaron Neville, the Grammy winner and soul singer, will bring present a holiday show at Kansas State University's McCain Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 9.
The Graduate Student Council invites all K-State graduate students to participate in the 2016 K-State Graduate Research, Arts, and Discovery, or GRAD, Forum on March 30, 2016.
On Wednesday, Dec. 2, the entomology department will hold an ask-the-experts panel on climate change from 9:30-10:30 a.m. in the K-State Student Union Cottonwood Room. The panel will consist of K-State faculty experts from a variety of disciplines.
Electricity is out for Call, Umberger and Dykstra halls. Students with classes in those buildings should contact their professors or instructors to see if the class will be in session. The Manhattan campus is open.
Kansas State University's polytechnic campus receives nation's first approval for unmanned commercial flight training
Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus is the first entity in the United States to receive approval from the Federal Aviation Administration to provide UAS commercial flight training to both students and outside companies.
The College of Architecture, Planning & Design, or APDesign, is recognizing four alumni for their success 10 years after their graduation. The 2015 honorees are Brad Kingsley, Daniel Creekmore, John Payne and Danielle Hollrah.
Kansas State University anthropology student receives Marshall Scholarship to study food systems, social sustainability
Kansas State University student Jordan Thomas, senior in anthropology, Atchison, has received a Marshall Scholarship for graduate study in the United Kingdom.
All K-State faculty, staff and student members of Phi Beta Kappa are invited to take a group photo at noon on Thursday, Dec. 3, on the front steps of Anderson Hall as part of a national week of celebration recognizing the society’s 239th anniversary.
Just two weeks remain to submit to K-State's literary magazine, Touchstone. We accept poems, fiction, nonfiction and art from undergraduate and graduate students for publication in the 2016 edition of the magazine.
Because soil is a main player in the global carbon cycle, "Soils and Climate" is a fitting November theme for the 2015 International Year of Soils, which involves a coordinated effort to educate the public about the importance of soil.
A Kansas State University research team has created a cell line that can be used in studies aimed at understanding obesity and other disease in humans, a discovery that has caught the attention of a Canadian company that markets innovative work.
Faculty and graduate students from the sociology, anthropology, and social work department attended the 71st annual American Society of Criminology meetings, Nov. 18-21, in Washington, D.C.