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K-State Today

Wednesday, February 1, 2023

K-State Today is a daily email providing faculty and staff a single source of timely K-State announcements.

green roofs

Click the image to learn more about the university's green roofs in the fall 2018 issue of Seek magazine.

News and research

New accelerated degree program announced
The chemistry department and College of Business Administration have partnered to offer a new accelerated degree program in which interested students can receive both a Bachelor of Science in chemistry and a Master of Business Administration.
Marie Ronen Scholarship awarded to USD 350 graduate for third consecutive year
Cashe McVey, junior in professional strategic selling and entrepreneurship, has been awarded the Marie Ronen Scholarship.

Events

McCain performance features true story of Lucille Ball's influence
The 2022-2023 McCain Performance Series presents "Lucy Loves Desi: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Sitcom" at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13, in Kansas State University's McCain Auditorium.
Read full announcement | Submitted by Michelle Geering | February 1, 2023
Teaching and Learning Center to host Teaching Chat today
Teaching Chats are open forums wherein faculty, staff and graduate students are invited to voice concerns about what they are currently experiencing in their classes.
Career Development Speaker Series: Resumes and interviewing tips
The College of Health and Human Sciences is hosting a session covering resumes and interviewing tips at 3:30 p.m. today in 164 Justin Hall as part of its Career Development Speaker Series. All K-State students are invited to attend.

Personnel changes

College of Arts and Sciences welcomes new staff
The College of Arts and Sciences Dean's Office welcomes two new staff members: Carmen Thurlow, executive assistant to the dean, and Marcia Locke, director of communications and marketing.

Kudos, publications and presentations

College of Arts and Sciences thanks all involved with Civil Rights Teach-In, requests feedback
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The College of Arts and Sciences thanks everyone who helped make the ninth annual Civil Rights Teach-In a success. The college also seeks feedback to help plan future events.

Technology

Microsoft 365 training for February 2023
As part of K-State's Microsoft 365 subscription, the Microsoft Store provides free training on Microsoft 365 applications. See the sessions scheduled for February.
University computing labs available for students, faculty and staff
Do you need to use a computer? Many options are available at the computing labs across K-State's Manhattan campus. The university computing labs are central facilities for K-State students, faculty and staff.