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Student Consultants: Mary Carr
Interested in working with one of our student independent consultants? As a part of the Entrepreneurial Consulting course, some of our students have developed a niche expertise and are currently looking for clients as a part of their class project. N (More)
Student Consultants: Connor Alexander
Interested in working with one of our student independent consultants? As a part of the Entrepreneurial Consulting course, some of our students have developed a niche expertise and are currently looking for clients as a part of their class project. N (More)
Student Consultants: Jacob Kaltefleiter
Interested in working with one of our student independent consultants? As a part of the Entrepreneurial Consulting course, some of our students have developed a niche expertise and are currently looking for clients as a part of their class project. N (More)
Student Spotlight: Ty Brull
Ty Brull is a senior Entrepreneurship major who is graduating in December of 2018. His hometown is Salina, Kansas. If you come into the Center for the Advancement of Entrepreneurship, there's a pretty good chance that you'll see Ty. He is one of the (More)
Interdisciplinary team awarded $2.9 million NSF Research Traineeship grant to strengthen rural communities
By Linda Gilmore, Editor, Publishing Unit   Gaea Hock is part of an interdisciplinary team awarded a National Science Foundation grant (More)
Student Spotlight: Darcie Gallagher
By Deanna Reid, agricultural education and communications master’s student Darcie Gallagher, a Missouri native, is pur (More)
Kansas State Welcomes World Food Prize Guests
By Kelsey Tully, agricultural education and communications master’s student A group of international students and researchers from Cambodia and Senegal arrived (More)
Agricultural Education Faculty and Students Attend Conferences
By Linda Gilmore, Editor, Publishing Unit Gaea Hock attended the Western Region More)
Ag Ed Club Travels to Nebraska
By Allison Dix, agricultural education junior   Eric Koehlmoos, K-State Agricultural Education Club president, (More)
New faces and bittersweet goodbyes
The past two months have brought many staff changes to Human Capital Services. Some of these changes may already be familiar, while a few are rather recent. (More)
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