Friday, January 18, 2019
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Focused in Friday: The Bluemont Bell was cast and donated to Bluemont College by Joseph Ingalls in 1861 to call students to class.
News and research
Ajay Sharda, assistant professor of biological and agricultural engineering, is principal investigator for the project titled "An autonomous insect Sense, Identify, and ManagePLatform, or SIMPL, to advance crop protection."
Monty Nielsen has announced his retirement effective June 30.
The John C. Pair Horticulture Center near Wichita remains open after previously being planned for closure as a budget-cutting measure. After public input, faculty and staff determined methods for ensuring its self-sustainability.
KSU Foundation phone numbers will change as of Jan. 22.
Cheer on your Wildcats at 3 p.m. tomorrow in Bramlage Coliseum.
The Center for Student Involvement and other campus partners are excited to welcome students back with a series of exciting events during the spring 2019 Week of Welcome. Check out the full schedule at wow.k-state.edu.
"Breaking Down Roadblocks to Student Success," the annual teaching workshop sponsored by the Faculty Exchange for Teaching Excellence and the K-State Teaching and Learning Center, will include presentations by keynote speaker Todd Zakrajsek.
For the month of January only, K-State CrossFit is offering new and existing members a discount on memberships. If you're interested in trying out K-State CrossFit, come to the free intro to CrossFit class offered Saturdays at 10 a.m. in 4 Natatorium.