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Safety is a Priority at K-State – Introducing the LiveSafe App
To further the commitment to keeping campus safe, K-State released a new mobile phone application, LiveSafe, to enhance campus communication and safety services. The new app allows students, faculty and staff to consult emergency resources and to (More)
K-State Open House
Mark your calendars! The All-University Open House is Saturday, April 11. Join us on the Manhattan or Salina campuses for a day filled with information, fun activities and K-State traditions! (More)
Summer Employment
Is your student looking for employment during summer break? K-State Career and Employment Services has information regarding open positions, resume and interview tips as well as general career planning. To Work or Not to Work? The multiple (More)
K-State Housing and Dining Events
Is your student interested in getting more involved on campus? Checking out the events hosted by K-State Housing and Dining is a great place to start! With events focused on many topics from stress relief to having fun (like Casino Night!), stude (More)
Letter from K-State President Schulz
Learn more about campus policy and happenings in President Schulz\'s letter to campus. The latest letter discusses the role and progress of the Division of Human Capital Services. Dear K-Staters: During the past seven months, we have launched (More)
Looking Ahead
You\'re about to wind up your first year of teaching! Congratulations! Be sure to read next month\'s newsletter for: The Home Stretch Cool Things about Your Second (More)
The Fun Stuff!
We asked some of your favorite Curriculum and Instruction professors, “What do you think is most enjoyable about teaching this age level/conten (More)
We Want to Hear from You....
Do you have a question about classroom procedures? Or a suggestion for a topic we should address in Before the Bell? Want to add your name to our mailing list? Or pr (More)
Focus on a Strong Finish
With just a little over two months left in the school year, you’re about to lose the title of Rookie Teacher. However, don’t overlook those last eight to (More)
In the Classroom
  Andrew Biery ESS Teacher, Junction City High School USD 475 \"I enjoy working at USD 475 because of the amount of professional develo (More)
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