September 3, 2013
Registration and abstract submission open for Graduate Student Council's Research and the State Event
Registration and abstract submission for the Kansas State University Graduate Student Council's Research and the State event is now open.
Research and the State is an event at which graduate students present their scholarly research to the K-State community and discuss the implications their research has for important state-related issues: sustainable water supply, economic development and job creation, workforce development, plant and animal health, food safety; from farm to fork, health conditions impacting the health of Kansas including cancer, obesity, diabetes and other conditions, health care costs, alternative health care, community development and quality of life in rural communities, alternative and sustainable energy sources, education; student achievement and student testing, business attraction in the state.
K-State faculty judges select the top presenters to represent K-State at the annual Capitol Graduate Research Summit in the spring.
Registration and abstract submission is now open. Please visit http://www.k-state.edu/grad/studentcouncil/researchforums.html#rs for more information.