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Upcoming Summer Programs
MANHATTAN--The month of June has officially commenced a host of summer programs provided by the Office of Diversity. The Multicultural Academic Programs Success (MAPS) bridge program and the K-State Research and Extension (KSRE) Undergraduate Summer (More)
Students experience data-driven marketing in intersession course
by Doug Walker Beginning immediately after the spring semester, I had the pleasure of teaching an intersession course focused on data-driven marketing with twenty students. The 3-week course revolved around an actual customer database (scrubbed of (More)
Students interact with Dr. Pepper marketers
By J. J. Brotton It started with a tweet. That is how the brand/creative team at the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group explained their tactics to Introduction to Marketing students. This was in response to a question that the students posed, which was "Why (More)
St. Louis couple and Edward Jones contribute $2 million total to National Strategic Selling Institute
Written by Marisa Larson marisal@found.ksu.edu Doug and Vicki Hill, St. Louis, Missouri, and financial services firm Edward Jones have collectively contributed $2 million to the More)
K-State sales talent creates recruiting pipeline to Boston-based Dell EMC
By Brent Fritzemeier brentf@ksu.edu At first glance, Manhattan, Kansas, might not seem like an obvious place for an East Coast company to allocate recruiting resources. But a strong first impressio (More)
TRADING SPACES
By Heather Mills, Assistant Director Space Management With another space migration project complete, we begin another round of trading spaces. The relocation schedule located in the chart below details the departments that were allocated space and (More)
JUST FOR FUN!
Tim Brunner, Power Plant Manager, treated his team to an appreciation lunch on Thursday, May 18th. Power Plant employees enjoyed a grilled steak with all the fix’ins prepared by Mr. Brunner, himself. We all want to say “THANK-YOU” to all of our Power (More)
KUDOS!
KUDOS to Bill Whalen! Bill is a Custodial Specialist and works on the crew for Dickens Hall. The following note of appreciation was sent to his supervisor, Beverly Price, on Friday, May 12th. Dear Beverly, I wanted to let you know that Bill Whale (More)
Suggestions?
  "...create name plates for custodians and put them on the outside of their custodial closet door." Nameplates are used by K-State to identify the official location of our employees. Because custodial closets are not offices (and th (More)
CONGRATULATIONS!
  Congratulations to Ryan and Rebecca Swanson on the arrival of their son, Rhys Erik Swanson. Baby Erik was born on Thursday, May 11th and weighed in at 8 pounds, 7 ounces and 22 inches long!       Baby Rhys (More)
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