Dr. Robert Kruh, dean of the Graduate School from 1967-1990, and Dr. Carol Shanklin, current dean of the Graduate School, discussed the “Past, Present & Future of Graduate Education at K-State” as part of the 150th Brown Bag Lunch and Lecture Series.
Planned as part of the K-State sesquicentennial celebration, the series of historical lectures features various speakers and historical topics during the spring and fall 2013 semesters.
Your Support Matters
K-State has come a long way in the past 150 years and there is no telling what the next 150 years will bring. Your commitment and support will be essential as we work together to enhance the scholarly experiences for our graduate students. We hope you will consider how you might support these efforts by providing internship or research opportunities, serving as lecturers, contributing to scholarship and fellowship programs, serving on panels for professional development workshops and reconnecting with your mentor and/or department and sharing your success stories. To explore ways to contribute to the graduate student experience, contact Tracy Robinson, development officer for the Graduate School, at (785) 532-7568 or firstname.lastname@example.org.