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NRES Seminar Series Update
Dr. Jim Stack presents "Plants, Pathogens, and Public Health" during the Spring 2016 semester. The Spring 2016 NRES Seminar Series featured guest presentations by four K-State f (More)
Spring 2016 Student Capstone Projects
Grassland vegetation trends between 2001-2015 in Pottawatomie County. Eleven students – from three colleges and seven different majors – successfully completed the NRES capston (More)
Welcome Back, Dr. Sherow!
Dr. Jim Sherow, Department of History. We welcome back Dr. Jim Sherow from the More)
K-State graduates in the news
Kurt Schindler, CPF®, a 2014 PFP doctoral graduate, was recently appointed Professor of Personal Financial Education at the University of Puerto Rico in San Juan. The University of Puerto Rico is the largest educational institution in Puerto Rico wit (More)
International Opportunities with Communication Studies
Communication studies is excited to highlight the growing international focus of our department and the expansion of our study abroad opportunities. This past summer, both undergraduate and graduate students were able to experience intercultural comm (More)
COMM Studies Sophomore Participates in Fulbright Summer Institute
Communication studies and political science sophomore Miranda Moore traveled to London this summer to take part in a Fulbright S (More)
COMM Students Study Abroad in Japan
This summer, six communication studies graduate and undergraduate students spent two weeks in Japan as part of their Intercultural Communication class under the guidance of Dr. Soo-Hye Han. Through this trip, students were able to learn about Japan, (More)
Intercultural Communication in France and Spain
Dr. Soumia Bardhan took both graduate and undergraduate communication studies students to France and Spain this summer as (More)
October/November Newsletter
  Hello First Scholars! Most of the fall semester is behind us, we are in the home stretch. Fall break is coming up (More)
Faculty Spotlight: Kristy Archuleta, Personal Financial Planning
Kristy Archuleta, Associate Professor in the Personal Financial Planning (PFP) program in the School of Family Studies and Human Services, is very familiar with assessment. The PFP program recently was recognized for outstanding work in assessment. A (More)
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