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Dean’s Message

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Dr. Ainul Zakiah Abu Bakar, ’13 alumni in human ecology, and her children, with Dr. Carol Shanklin in Malaysia.

Greetings, Graduate Alumni!

I recently returned from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia where I completed a program review, presented two lectures and promoted K-State graduate education at the Universiti Putra Malaysia. One of the most exciting and rewarding parts of my trip was getting to network with K-State alumni. A group of 10 alumni who had graduated from Architecture, Business, Chemistry, Civil Education, Engineering, Human Ecology, Plant Pathology and Physics programs attended the first K-State Alumni event in Malaysia. Alumni shared stories about the time when they were in graduate school and spoke fondly about their undergraduate adviser or major professors. They enjoyed seeing photos of the new buildings on campus. Continue reading “Dean’s Message”

Opportunities to get connected with K-State

There’s no better time than this summer to reconnect with the university, the Graduate School, or your department. As we move forward with the new academic year, we are always looking for alumni and friends of the university to reconnect and become engaged with different opportunities and activities on campus. Continue reading “Opportunities to get connected with K-State”

Dean’s Message

Greetings, Graduate Alumni!Dean, Carol Shanklin

What could be more exciting than beginning 2016 with K-State graduate alumni and friends! I had the privilege of joining Dr. Chwen Sheu, Interim Associate Dean of the College of Business; Dr. Jessica Elmore, Assistant Director of Diversity Programs in the K-State Alumni Association, and her husband, Mr. Kendric Elmore for two alumni events in Taiwan.  Continue reading “Dean’s Message”

Graduate Student Council bring out the best in graduate students

Now more so than ever graduate students at Kansas State University are enhancing their leadership experience, professional development potential and communication skills. Through the student led Graduate Student Council (GSC), graduate students have opportunities to learn and develop transferable skills outside of their academic programs. They are becoming well-rounded individuals, learning how to balance graduate school with other extracurricular opportunities through the support and opportunities provided by GSC. Continue reading “Graduate Student Council bring out the best in graduate students”