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Professional Connections Day
By Martin Seay  The Personal Financial Planning program hosted its first Professional Connection Event on March 10 at the K-State Alumni Center. Representatives from fourteen financial planning firms attended to share information about their firms (More)
K-State Research and Extension springs forward with financial education
By Elizabeth Kiss, personal finance extension specialist Often serving as the front door to Kansas State University, Kansas Cooperative Extension is headquartered on the K-State campus in Manhattan and is invested with faculty and staff in four co (More)
METSS Update
The agricultural economics USDA METSS project is currently working on several surveys for Ghana. Two projects included in that group are the Demand Power Project and the Agricultural Production Survey Part II. “You can imagine, most African countr (More)
ACCC Update
Cooperative Education in Full Swing and Cooperative History Captured When cooperative leaders gather, there is a great synergy of passion, determination and a willingness to learn new ways to help their cooperatives move forward to meet the future n (More)
A new Director of Graduate Programs for the Department of Agricultural Economics was recently appointed. Dr. Jason Bergtold has assumed the position, and (More)
Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events Risk and Profit Conference August 17th - 18th Manhattan, Ks Women in Agriculture June 2nd - 3rd Garden City, Ks Farm and Ranch Income Tax/Estate Planning Webinar July 13th-14th Harnessing the Power of Excel Workshop July 25t (More)
April Newsletter
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In Memoriam: Loren Alexander
Dr. Loren Alexander1930-2017 The Department of Modern Languages notes (More)
Automating and Deepening Assessment Processes using Canvas and Power BI
New tools available to programs can facilitate collection, management, and analysis of direct assessment data.  With these new tools, it is now possible for faculty to assess direct student demonstrations of learning as part of the regular grading pr (More)
College Highlights, March 2017
In the College of Arts and Sciences, there are always big things happening. Take a look at some of our highlights from March 2017: Following a national search, Ka (More)
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