Another exciting semester has begun with many new opportunities and awards for our graduate students. We began fall semester with the Graduate School Orientation sessions to welcome our new graduate students and provide them information to facilitate their success. More than 340 new graduate students participated in the on-campus orientation sessions that included the introductory session on August 19 where the students were provided key information to facilitate their success, learned about the opportunities offered by the Graduate Student Council and experienced situations that new graduate students often find themselves in through role playing by graduate students in Drama Therapy. Continue reading
2 ½ hours. That’s how long it took Edward Eddy to commute from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri to Manhattan, KS to attend nightly graduate classes from 1974-82. Juggling a family of five and holding a full time job, Edward Eddy did the unthinkable for many, he went on to pursue a doctoral degree from Kansas State University.
In a recent Q & A Mike Holen, former Dean, Associate Dean and Department Head of the College of Education at Kansas State University, discussed the development of graduate studies for non-traditional students for the College of Education over the past forty years.
The Graduate School is hosting a pregame tailgate in Cat Town on Nov. 21 before the K-State Wildcats play the Iowa State Cyclones. We want you to attend! Continue reading