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Join the Fun at #WeAreEdCats
Have you checked this out yet? Join the fun today! Dr. Tonnie Martinez and others are leading a new effort to help beginning teachers like y (More)
We want more for YOUR student!
Student Life is the centerpiece of everything that we do at K-State. We strive to provide the resources needed for every student to achieve his or her academic goals. If you feel good about the work that we are doing, the education your student is (More)
Update on Changes to the Weapons Possession Policy at State Universities
Kansas State University considers the safety of students, faculty, staff and all employees the ultimate priority. As a campus community, we have continued our discussion of campus safety measures, gun control, and the Kansas Board of Regents plans to (More)
KSRE Irrigation Research
Scientists at K-State Research and Extension are studying limited irrigation, subsurface drip irrigation, irrigation scheduling, mobile drip irrigation, water sensors, remote sensing and the economics of irrigation and policy. Irrigation research is (More)
Governor’s Conference on the Future of Water in Kansas
The forth statewide "Governor's Conference on the Future of Water in Kansas Conference" was held on November 18-19, 2014 in Manhattan, Kansas. The conference was highly successful with 570 attendees on Day 1 and 555 attendees on Day 2. Attending the (More)
Tree revetments
A new innovative approach to stabilizing streambanks is being put into practice in the Upper Lower Smoky River Watershed. Tree revetments are being used for stream bank restoration. These revetments are structures that are created from interlocking t (More)
The long break: How to navigate and enjoy your time together
By Molly McGaughey My favorite, newly found TV show is The Middle. It's been around for a while but I didn’t discover it until this summer. I think at this point I've seen almost every episode. And it’s not a guilty pleasure if I’m willing to anno (More)
Letter from the Vice President for Student Life Pat Bosco
Last month I shared the following message with students, faculty, and staff.  I encourage you to read, and discuss with your student during the winter bre (More)
Welcome - Connect with Music, Theatre, and Dance!
It's been a great first semester of the 2015-2016 year for the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance. Faculty and students have been very bus (More)
Innovation and Inspiration
Students of the School of Music, Theatre, and Dance played key roles in the public launch of the university's $1 billion "Innovation and Inspiration" capital campaign. Fittingly, the event was held in McCain Auditorium. In case you missed it: More)
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