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Kinesiology in the news
Tom Barstow, professor, received the College of Human Ecology Faculty Research Excellence Award in spring 2016. This award recognizes superior accomplishment in research, scholarly and creative activities, and discovery. Craig Harms, professor, wa (More)
Personal financial planning student awards
Katherine Mielitz, a PFP 2014 doctoral cohort student, and Kevin West, a PFP master’s student, have been selected to receive Maurine Allison O’Bannon scholarships a (More)
Undergraduate PFP team earns another first place finish
The personal financial planning student team earned first place in the 2015 Financial Planning Challenge. The competition included eight teams and was held Septemb (More)
Achievements, activities and publications
Achievements Ann Coulson, PhD, CFP®, assistant professor, received an award in March from K-State Provost April Mason for her long-standing service to the Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance, GPIDEA, and outstanding efforts in tra (More)
Welcome, Tierra
Tierra Dimond is the new PFP program coordinator after Kim Misenhelter’s retirement. Tierra is a Manhattan native, K-State alum and thrilled to be on campus working with students and faculty. Tierra enjoys attending K-State sporting events and perfor (More)
PFP named the 2015 ACHE distinguished credit program
The K-State Personal Financial Planning, PFP, program was nominated for, and won, the Association for Continuing Higher Education’s, ACHE, 2015 distinguished credit p (More)
Outstanding senior spotlight
Cole Foster is a  personal financial planning major with a minor in business. Cole was co-president of the K-State Financial Planning Association and developed two unique fundraisers to benefit the local community. He was a member of a team that won (More)
In depth with doctoral graduate Racquel Tibbetts
Racquel H. Tibbetts, PhD, successfully defended her dissertation in December 2015 titled: “Examining how health and financial resources relate to stress.” Health and financial resources may be two of the most important resources when individuals e (More)
Upcoming events
PhD students from the 2014, 2015 and 2016 cohorts will congregate in Manhattan, Kansas, August 1-11, for their annual two-week session. PFP is holding a Practice-Oriented Research Poster Forum and Reception Thursday, August 4. Sponsors are welcome (More)
News, Awards and Events
This article highlights Graduate School news, events and current student and graduate faculty successes: Graduate Student Ambassador program K-State Graduate Research, Arts, Discovery (K-GRAD) Forum Capitol Graduate Research Summit winner (More)
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