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News from for the National Strategic Selling Institute
The National Strategic Selling Institute (NSSI) at K-State has had a busy fall semester!  Between sales competitions, program growth, and curriculum changes, we have had an eventful fall. Program Growth and New Curriculum: Our sales program co (More)
Marketing Department is on Social Media!
  The K-State College of Business Marketing department is on social media! Why on earth did we decide to do this? It’s pretty simple, um, (More)
Sports Marketing Speaker Series
The inaugural MKTG630: Sports Marketing Speaker Series drew experts in the field of sports marketing from around the Kansas State campus and from major regional sports organizations, including the Kansas City Chiefs, Oklahoma City Thunder, and Sporti (More)
Walker Receives Kansas State Bank Outstanding Teaching Award
The College of Business Recognition and Awards Committee has chosen the recipient of the 2017 Kansas State Bank Outstanding Teaching Award: Dr. Doug Walker, associate professor, department of marketing.  Walker’s high Teval scores are impressive, but (More)
Marketing Department Welcomes Jihoon Cho
We are pleased to welcome Jihoon Cho, assistant professor, to the Marketing Department. Cho received his PhD in marketing from the University of Michigan, MPS from Cornell University, and MS and BA from Korea University. His professional experience i (More)
Thinking about a Master's degree? Think COE
Now that you've got your own classroom, be thinking about the future. The COE's Curriculum and Instruction Department offers two new online ma (More)
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In the Classroom: Cheyenne Deyo and Jenny Karr
Cheyenne Deyo shares with her first-grade class. Name: Cheyenne Deyo Scho (More)
#WeAreEdCats
Have you checked this out yet? We want to help beginning and early career teachers like you thrive in your career! Check out #WeAreEdCats fo (More)
Need some help? Try these faculty suggestions
Are you looking for some valuable online resources for your students? Several Curriculum and Instruction faculty suggest the following: Cyndi Kuhn (Technology) — 1. Workshop Resources: http://www.cyndikuhn.i (More)
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