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Trustee Spring Meeting: Friday, April 20, 2018
Get ready for our Board of Trustees Spring Meeting, scheduled for Friday, April 20, 2018, in Manhattan. We’re working hard t (More)
GW tweets
  If you’re not following the KSU Foundation on Twitter, you’re missing out! President and CEO Greg Willems often serves as KSU Foundation’s o (More)
Carry the banner high!
At the fall meeting this year, trustees received (More)
Follow up: Attend a screening of Farmer, Rancher, Fisherman at K-State
Join the Department of Agronomy November 16 at 6 p.m. in Engineering Hall 1109 to watch Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman. The film stars K-State Agronomy al (More)
Welcome new trustees!
The Board of Trustees welcomed 40 new members at the Fall Meeting and elected five to terms on the Board of Directors. The foundation now has 315 trustees (More)
Fall Meeting 2017 recap
  Thank you to the more than 200 trustees who attended our fall meeting in September. Here’s a look back in pictures o (More)
Attend the Critical Thinking Assessment Institute on Oct. 25
Attend this year's Institute for Student Learning Assessment to learn approaches to effectively and meaningfully assess critical thinking. Faculty from a variety of disciplines will share strategies to assess critical thinking in their classrooms and (More)
Across borders they go- K-State graduate alumni unite for international conference to provide expert advice on home economics
Graduate alumni Dr. Ming-shan Chang, ’99, Ph.D. in Adult, Occupational and Continuing Education, and Carolyn Jackson, ‘75 and ‘81, Master’s in Family Economics, visited Inner Mongolia this summer to present at High-end Forums on Trend of Internationa (More)
September Newsletter
Welcome First Scholars! The Fall 2017 semester kicked off with a retreat to Rock Creek 4-H camp, where the freshmen cohort as well as the peer mentors were able to spend time together in activities, canoeing, and listening to a panel of sophomore sch (More)
Dean's Message
The Graduate School team is excited to provide an update on the status of the collaborative space in Eisenhower for our graduate students.  As of September 21st, graduate students and our university partners have begun using the attractive renovated (More)
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