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Thursday, June 18

Emerald Circle

The Kansas 4-H Foundation is excited to announce that you will have an opportunity to meet this year's state Kansas Award Portfolio (KAP) winners from the...

Virtual Event
Professional Development Summer Learning

The 4-H Youth Development Professional Development Taskforce is planning a Summer Learning Series to help KSRE staff working with 4-H Youth Development...

Virtual Event
Water contaminents can affect cattle health

Exclusively for county agents, this workshop series will provide overviews on a variety of key issues related to livestock pond management. This session will...

8:30am
Virtual Event
Microsoft Teams Essentials Training Online

MS Teams trainings are available on Zoom. To learn about the available ones for June 2020, please go...

10am
Virtual Event
Voices of the West

Americans’ understanding of the history of the American West, including that of the Great Plains, has been significantly shaped by novels, movies, and...

10am
Virtual Event
Career Center Virtual Drop-Ins

Please drop-in virtually for resume critiques and other brief questions with Career Center advisors Monday-Thursday, noon-4 p.m. See additional drop-in...

Community Action Talks: Black Lives Matter

Kansas State University and the Office of the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer announce the first session of the Community Action Talks, or CATs. This...

12pm
Virtual Event
M-Seminar: Knot categorification and mirror symmetry

Speaker: Mina Aganagic (UC Berkeley) Abstract: I will describe some aspects of two geometric approaches to the knot categorification problem, which follow...

3:30pm
Virtual Event
WyCo 4-H Council Meeting

Join WyCo 4-H clubs for an evening of the standard 4-H Council business meeting. Please be sure to contact 4-H Program Assistant, Debra Sweeten, with any...

Local Workgroup Meeting

Lane and Ness County farmers, landowners and conservation partners discuss the natural resource needs for the county.

Thursday, June 18