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Let's Talk!
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 prov (More)
Faculty Meetings 101
At this point, you’ve probably experienced a teaching tradition—which can’t be replicated anywhere else but within the walls of your school: The faculty meeting. You’ve p (More)
Need Some Help? Faculty Suggest These Resources
Are you looking for some valuable online resources for your students? Several Curriculum and Instruction faculty suggest the following: Dr. Brad Burenheide (Secondary Social Studies) — U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) ( (More)
Have you checked this out yet? Join the fun today! Dr. Tonnie Martinez and others are leading a new effort to help beginning teachers like y (More)
Thomas Hart Benton and Hollywood
Art for Every Home speaker series presentation on Nov. 19 at 5:30 p.m. Erika Doss, University of Notre Dame professor of American studies wil (More)
Current Exhibitions
Art for Every Home: Associated Ameri (More)
The history of Anderson Hall
Built in 1879, Anderson Hall is one of the oldest buildings on campus and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. More)
Classes and Workshops
The Museum hosts a variety of classes and workshops throughout the year for all ages! November 12, 5:30p.m., More)
Greetings from the College of Veterinary Medicine. As Director of Vet Med Facilities, I was asked to write an article sharing information about our department. As I thought about what I\'d like to share with all of you, I could not help but think bac (More)
K-State Recycling Displays Homecoming Float
Campus Recycling entered a float in the K-State Homecoming parade for the third year in a row in order to show support for campus activities while increasing awareness of K-State\'s recycling program. The overwhelming support from students and (More)
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