Happy New Years! I hope that each of you and your families had an enjoyable holidays. I anticipate that like me you reflected on your successes during 2016 and recalled the individuals who supported you both personally and professionally this year and throughout your career – your family, mentors, and colleagues. Continue reading “Dean’s Message”
Kansas State University alumna Mary B. Gregoire, a registered dietitian and charter fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics explains how her graduate school experiences helped her get to where she is today.
Graduate School awarded over 200 master’s degrees and 80 doctoral degrees during fall commencement ceremonies on December 9 at Bramlage Coliseum. The graduate faculty, the Graduate School team, the President’s Cabinet, the Alumni Association, and family and friends celebrate with the students as we welcome the new group of graduate into the K-State family. Continue reading “Fall Commencement”
An 80,000-word thesis would take nine hours to present. Their time limit: three minutes.
The Graduate School is excited to announce the 2017 Three Minute Thesis Competition and invites you to attend the final competition. Continue reading “The return of Three Minute Thesis”
This article highlights some current student successes:
- 2016 Research and the State Awardees
- Graduate Student Council GTA Teaching Award winners
- Notable Scholarly Achievement Newsletter
The beginning of a new academic year is always an exciting time on the K-State campus. The Graduate School was pleased to welcome over 300 new graduate students to campus during our orientation sessions. The Graduate School administrative team, a panel of graduate students and the Graduate Student Council leaders provided advice on how to successfully transition to their new role and to balance their multiple roles and responsibilities as students and graduate teaching or graduate research assistants. Continue reading “Welcome to the Fall 2016 semester”
Last October, Kansas State University kicked off the most ambitious fundraising campaign in the history of K-State with the goal of raising $1 billion. Continue reading “Graduate School’s Innovation and Inspiration Campaign”
Barrett Scroggs, doctoral student in Life Span Human Development and graduate teaching assistant, traveled to Vilnius, Lithuania this past summer to present his research at the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development conference. Continue reading “Wildcat travels to Lithuania to present research”
Those who are working full time have options to grow professionally with graduate degrees and certificates at K-State Olathe and via distance education from the College of Education. The Professional Science Master in Applied and Technology degree and the Master of Arts and Teaching degree are the newest degrees available for those who are wanting to take the next step in their career.
K-State graduate alumnus, Dave Hartman ’87 and ‘89, a vice president of Sentry Insurance in Plover, Wisconsin, discusses his experiences with his graduate degree, career transitions, and why he stays connected with the Graduate School. Continue reading “Master’s of mass communications graduate excels in career”