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ELP's 30th Birthday Celebration!
The English Language Program celebrated it's 30th birthday this fall with it's alumni, academic partners, friends, and well-wishers. Provost April Mason was the guest of honor. Returning ELP alumni, Akih (More)
Purple Power Play in the Park
This fall one of our Social Hangout events included going to the Purple Power Play in the Park. The students enjoyed winning prizes, spraying their hair fun colors, and seeing live bands perform among th (More)
Our Visit to the Buffalo Ranch
Setting a bit of a tradition, this fall a group of students went to the Lazy Heart D Bison Ranch and got the chance to feed and learn about the buffalo (and then later taste some buffalo burgers). The ranch owner, Ed, has met many international s (More)
Fall Senior Survey Begins November 16th
The Senior Survey will be sent out November 16th to seniors in undergraduate degree programs who have applied or been approved for graduation in the Fall semester. The survey is designed to give students the opportunity to reflect upon their exper (More)
Message from the program director
Season's greetings! I think it is fair to say that not only do I get to work with the best students, but also I get to work the best and most respected colleagues in our field. K-State personal financial planning, or PFP, is a leader in the fields (More)
Faculty highlights
Martin Seay, PhD, CFP®, assistant professor of personal financial planning was appointed to the Financial Planning Association’s Board of Directors effective January 1, 2017. Seay, who will serve an initial three-year term, joins thirteen other board (More)
Ph.D. Practice-Oriented Research Forum
Personal Financial Planning doctoral student Kate Mielitz received first place for the poster she presented at the K-State Personal Financial Planning Doctoral Student Practice-Oriented Research Poster Competition during the August doctoral student i (More)
PFP advisory board meeting
The PFP Advisory Board held its semi-annual meeting on campus on November 4. The Advisory Board established three principal outreach objectives for the coming year consisting of: 1. development and relationship management, 2. community and campus eng (More)
Merrill Lynch awards PFP program $25,000
Merrill Lynch awarded the PFP program $25,000 to support student scholarships, PFP brand recognition and experiential learning for students. Partial funds were used to help build awareness on the K-State campus through the pizza giveaway held in Octo (More)
K-State Financial Planning Association chapter
The K-State FPA chapter has been active this fall. Students have had the opportunity to learn from professionals in the field at chapter meetings. Fifteen students, plus Ann Coulson and Roxanne Martens, attended the FPA of Greater Kansas City’s caree (More)
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