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KSUnite Weekly

K-State Communications and Marketing
Kansas State University
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Manhattan, KS 66506

Monday, March 30, 2020

KSUnite Weekly, published every Monday, shares inclusion and diversity news and events.

President Richard Myers' message

President Richard Myers praises K-State faculty, staff and students for their resiliency and solidarity during the past few weeks.

From the president

We are #kstatestrong.
We find ourselves in a difficult and unprecedented time. We are away from our K-State family, away from our friends and away from a spot we love full well.

From the administration

Save the date for 2020 KSUnite Oct. 13
Please mark Oct. 13 on your calendars and class syllabi for the 2020 KSUnite.
A letter from Alumni Association President and CEO Amy Button Renz regarding COVID-19
The K-State Alumni Association staff will now be working remotely. Our staff will monitor and review our upcoming events across the country as necessary and will update Wildcats in those areas via email and our social media channels.

News and research

Keep Teaching, Keep Learning: K-State demonstrates cyber land-grant university leadership
Through the creation of valuable resources and partnerships, Kansas State University faculty, students and staff are showing they can keep teaching and keep learning during the transition to remote learning.
Journalism and mass communication graduate program ranked among Top 10 of nation's affordable online graduate degrees
The A.Q. Miller School's new online master's degree in strategic communication has been ranked among the nation's most affordable degrees in journalism and mass communications.
From KSU Foundation: K-State establishes #KStateStrong Emergency Response Fund
Kansas State University establishes #KStateStrong Emergency Response Fund to address critical student and campus needs related to COVID-19.


March 31 Huck Boyd Lecture canceled
The Huck Boyd Lecture scheduled for March 31 has been canceled.


DMSA announces virtual Safe Zone training dates and times
The Kansas State University Safe Zone program, in the Department of Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs, invites K-Staters to attend Safe Zone trainings virtually.