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Monday, March 6

RT-130/Pack Test Training

There will be 4 classes (March 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th) along with same day Pack testing to complete your annual NWCG Requirement’s. If interested, please...

Collisions: MFA Thesis Exhibition

The exhibition, Collisions, will be presented by MFA Candidate Makenzie Burmeister from March 6-10 in the Mark A. Chapman Gallery in Willard Hall, Kansas...

K-State Supervisory Foundations Pillar I - Understanding Legal & Ethical Responsibilities of Supervisors

This session is designed to introduce participants to ethical situations supervisors may encounter in the workplace. For the full description, visit the...

8:30am
Virtual Event
EDCATS Interviews

In-person and virtual interviews with school districts looking to hire full-time teachers and student teaching placements!

MS Defense Seminar-Daniel Scheffler

Cryoresistance of Yeast in Frozen Dough

9am
Virtual Event
Coffee Collab COFFEE PASTRIES AND PRIVATE TOUR OF SUNDERLAND INNOVATION LAB

Join the College of Arts and Sciences and K-State Libraries for a special Coffee Collab on Monday, March 6 from 11 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. Faculty and Staff will...

Defense of Doctorate Dissertation: Kelsey Panfil

Sex differences in and neural activity of fixed-interval and fixed-time interventions to promote self-control // Major Professor: Dr. Kimberly Kirkpatrick,...

K-State Student Business Showcase

This expo-style event is for K-State Students across the University to show off their small businesses. 20 student owned and operated businesses will be on...

Graduate Workshop: Starting Your Literature Review in the Sciences

Are you preparing a literature review for a paper, article, thesis or dissertation in the sciences? This workshop will help. Learn why a literature review is...

1:30pm
Virtual Event
Topology Seminar: Bi-Orderability Techniques and Double Twist Links

Speaker: Jonathan Johnson (OU) The bi-orderability of link groups has become a fascinating research topic. In this talk, we will survey some useful tools...

College of Business welcomes Distinguished Lecture Series speaker Jim Snee

Jim Snee, Chairman, President and CEO of Hormel Foods is the next speaker for the College of Business' Distinguished Lecture Series. He is speaking Monday,...

Tanya González

Dr. Tanya González, professor of English, Kansas State University will present "Challenge + Care = Inclusive...

Graduate Student Council Meeting

Monthly meeting of the Graduate Student Council. Event hybrid. Register to receive location/link.

Monday, March 6