September 28, 2020
Day of Remembrance: Say Their Names will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 30. Read more about the event in the announcement below.
From the administration
- A statement from the Big XII Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education
- Day of Remembrance: Say Their Names on Sept. 30
- Register to vote and create a voting plan today
News and research
- The place to be: K-State among Top 10 best employers in Kansas
- National Science Foundation awards grant for Smart and Connected Communities project
- Reminder: Attend Sept. 30 virtual lecture with K-State common book author William Kamkwamba
- Wildcat Mini-Dialogues Tuesday, Sept. 29, 3-4:30 p.m.
- Office of First-generation Students to host virtual graduation celebration
- Carnegie Mellon professor addresses Nineteenth Amendment and social change in free civics webinar
- Legal Speaker Series: Immigration law
- 2020 International Coordinating Council Photo Contest: Participate to win prizes
- Fall into the Polls: Asian American voter education and civic engagement
Kudos, publications and presentations
Newsletters and magazines
September 21, 2020
International Student and Scholar Services will host virtual Coffee Hour at 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25. Coffee Hour is designed to give international students a chance to present their country and culture to others.
- International Student and Scholar Services presents fall 2020 Coffee Hour series
- Free webinar series sponsored by College of Education center explores challenging issues
- K-State celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month
- Free civics webinar to address Indian sovereignty and US Constitution
- Nominations open: Commerce Bank Presidential awards for diversity
- DMSA accepting applications for Joey Lee Garmon Scholarship
September 14, 2020
The next Community Action Talk about free speech will take place noon to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, via YouTube Live. More information at k-state.edu/diversity-inclusion/initiatives/cats/.
News and research
- Community Action Talk Sept. 17 to focus on free speech
- Last chance: First-year students invited to Wildcat Dialogues
- Join the College of Business Inclusion Summit
- Constitution Week: 'Implicit Bias and the Law' talk