Tuesday, March 20, 2018
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From the administration
This week is the final week of committee meetings in the Kansas Legislature. Both the House Appropriations Committee and the Senate Ways and Means Committee will work on sending their budget bills out of committee.
The Kansas Transportation Engineering Conference, hosted jointly by Kansas State University's College of Engineering and the Kansas Department of Transportation, will celebrate its 100th anniversary April 10-11 in the K-State Student Union.
Jargon can be a barrier for first-generation students, or so will argue Boston University's Sonja Ardoin during a live web event from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 4, in 247 Leadership Studies Building.
Many households waste up to 90 gallons of water per day due to unidentified leaks. To prevent the loss of this precious resource, KCARE watershed specialist Stacie Minson offers some simple tips for identifying and repairing leaks at home.
Human resources, benefits and training
Randy Myles, community outreach officer for the K-State Police Department, will present a Community Safety Talk on the K-State concealed carry weapons policy from noon to 1 p.m. Friday, March 30, in 401B Hale Library.
The meat science program is looking for groups in the community to gather interested members who will be paid for their participation in an upcoming pork visual appraisal session.
Einstein Brothers Bagels in Hale Library and several K-State Student Union dining venues are open over break for your morning cup of coffee and lunch service.