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Alumni Spotlight: Nigel Harper
By Morgan Wolfe 10/23/17 It’s not common to find a job after college that will allow you take your dog to work every day. Luckily for Nigel Harper, he found a job that does; in fact, his company encourages it! Nigel Harper, a former K-State More)
Science communication is on the tip of the tongues at Kansas State University
The Graduate School, in partnership with the Office of Vice President of Research, the Sunset Zoo, Flint Hills Discovery Center, and the National Science Foundation is providing graduate students and faculty with opportunities to enhance their scienc (More)
Alumni Spotlight: Melissa Weber
By Morgan Wolfe 10/16/17 Bringing ideas to life is what motivates Melissa Weber everyday in her job at Mars Petcare. Melissa lives with a passion for taking consumer insights and developing so (More)
Who’s in the news? Awards and successes of Graduate Students and Graduate Faculty
This article highlights some current graduate students and faculty successes: University of Distinguished Graduate Student Award More)
International students come to K-State to study through Fulbright program
13 international graduate students, from all parts of the world, are advancing their education at Kansas State University through the Fulbright program. The Fulbright program provides international students the opportunity to explore and engage wi (More)
Creating the next generation of scientists
When starting graduate school at Kansas State University in 1967, John Berschied did not realize the lasting impact his chemistry professors would have on his life. As a result of their endless support and guidance, Berschied went on to earn a Ph.D. (More)
Faculty Spotlight: Kevin Wanklyn
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Alumni Spotlight: Mayla Kritski Baez
By Morgan Wolfe 10/9/17 From Pastry Chef to Food Scientist, Mayla Kritski Baez has had a variety of experiences in the food industry. Upon recently graduating in spring 2017 with a bachelors degree in food scie (More)
Hello Wildcats!
Hello Wildcats! The Department of Geology at Kansas State University is pleased to announce the publication of its Fall 2017 e-Newsletter.  This is one of the ways we are trying to keep you up to date on the latest developments in our department.  (More)
Tilford Multi-Cultural Competencies on Knowledge Learning
The Tilford Multi-Cultural Competencies define Knowledge Learning as Awareness and understanding needed to live and work in a diverse world. Knowledge of: Cultural Self -- The ability to understand one's ethnic identity and how it influences ide (More)
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