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NRES Alumni Updates
We enjoy hearing from the alumni of the NRES Secondary Major!  Please take a few minutes to share with us some news about yourself, your activities and accomplishmen (More)
Professors' pumpkin-carving project helps college students learn patience
It's a tradition that dates back to the 19th century — carving jack-o'-lanterns. Now, it's a teaching tool to help students disconnect from a life of instan (More)
Opening new doors: Kansas State University, Industry Partners Celebrate Bulk Solids Innovation Center Launch
  Known as the only facility of its kind in all of North America, Kansas State University is enhancing is educational offerings in an exclusive w (More)
K-State Alumna, Direct TV Exec Linda Simon Offers Career Advice
Deciding to pursue a graduate degree is one of the hardest decisions a person will make. It is surely not a small investment. Yet, the re (More)
2015 Graduate Alumni Reunion
The graduate classes of 1965 and 1990 returned to the Manhattan campus on April 16-17, 2015, to celebrate the inaugural Graduate School Reunion.   The reunion gave the attendees an opportunity to experience how the university campus has changed since (More)
2015 Spring Commencement
The Kansas State University Graduate School awarded 101 doctoral, 8 MFA degrees and 617 master’s degrees at the spring commencement ceremony held at 1 p.m. Friday, May 15, 2015 in Bramlage Coliseum.  During the ceremony, the More)
Dean's Message
Spring semester has been a busy and exciting time for the Graduate School team.  In collaboration with the Graduate Student Council (GSC), we initia (More)
Sept. 17 - Save the date for second Tony Jurich Lecture on Social Justice
Ruben Parra-Cardona, associate professor in the program of couple and family therapy at Michigan State University and associate director of the MSU Research Consortium on Gender-based Violence, will present the second Jurich Lecture on Social Justice (More)
Greetings from the Department Head
Hello Alumni and Friends of the K-State Modern Languages Department, Now that the 2014-2015 academic year has ended, I would like to take a moment to introduce some of the accomplishments K-State\'s Department of Modern Languages has had this past (More)
Dr. Doug Benson Retires from K-State
At the end of the Spring 2015 semester the department said goodbye to Dr. Douglas Benson, who has retired from his position as Professor of Spanish (More)
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