This project has been designed by faculty and staff in the K-State Spectrum Center - Student Belonging and Inclusion. The purpose of this project is to bring to you the joy of growing and appreciating the plants around us. In our homes, in our public spaces, and in our landscapes. Participation is voluntary.
Spectrum Center Announcements
Hannah Stecklein, 2020 graduate of the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering presented on their education and career as a young alumnus at 1:30 p.m. Friday, October 6.
Stecklein graduated in 2020 with their Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and attended University of North Carolina School of the Arts for their Master of Fine Arts in Stage Automation graduating in May of 2023. Their education and career has focused on stage animation and performance.
Sponsored by K-State Out in STEM (oSTEM), K-State Office for the Advancement of Women in Science and Engineering (KAWSE), DOW Center for Multicultural and Community Studies, K-State Spectrum Center, and the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering.
Thank you to all who participated in the conference! It was a wonderful day!
Kansas State University hosted the Kansas LGBTQ+ Leadership Conference at the Morris Family Multicultural Student Center on Friday April 21st, 2023.
This conference seeks to understand more fully the implications of sexual and gender identities as part of individual and cultural concepts of larger systems of race, ethnicity, gender binaries, spirituality, and class in relation to the landscapes - personal, communal, and political - that we navigate.
Kansas State University has been ranked No. 7 in Study.com's Top 50 LGBTQ-Friendly Colleges. The list of colleges was formed using data from leading LGBTQ advocacy groups, reports from students and faculty, and a comprehensive range of LGBTQ-inclusive factors.
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K-State Adds Chosen Name Policy:
Kansas State University has added a chosen name policy! (PPM Chapter 3077)
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