Friday, October 20, 2017
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Focused in Friday: Enjoy a treat while sitting on the table and chairs in front of Call Hall.
Cats' Cupboard is now open and available for use by all K-State students. Cast your vote to decide the new logo for Cats' Cupboard. Voting ends at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24.
Alpha Phi Omega and K-State social work students will collect donations for the Manhattan Emergency Shelter from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22, in front of Walmart on Bluemont Avenue.
Don't miss this week's specials at the K-State Meat Sale. Pick up your tailgating meat of choice from 2-6 p.m. today in 103 Weber Hall. On sale this week are steaks, pork loin chops, ground pork, pork sausage and bacon.
The search committee announces two of the four finalists who will interview for the associate vice president for student life/diversity and multicultural student affairs, or AVPSL/DMSA, position.
Presented by the Enchantment Theatre Company, "My Father's Dragon" is based on the stories by Ruth Stiles Gannett.
K-State's Paraguayan Student Association will host its second Paraguayan Social of the semester from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25, in the K-State Student Union courtyard.
The event will cover topics related to sex, sexuality, consent and relationships from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, in the Tallgrass Ballroom at Kramer Dining Center. Free pizza will be provided.
A MATLAB seminar will be offered from 3-5 p.m. Oct. 24 in DUE 1109, the Engineering Hall Auditorium. MATLAB is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization and numerical computation.
News and research
April Aranda, freshman in interior design, is the first weekly winner of the LiveSafe contest that is running through Oct. 28. As a weekly winner, Aranda received gift cards to Einstein Bros. Bagels in Hale Library and the K-State Student Union.
Student Governing Association's Government Relations Committee is looking for students, faculty and staff to submit questions to candidates in local elections.
This fall, Kansas State University and the K-State Alumni Association are celebrating the 90th anniversary of the fight song "Wildcat Victory." Joining the celebration during K-State Homecoming are family members of fight song composer Harry Erickson '27.
Kudos, publications and presentations
K-State's Soil Judging team placed second at the 2017 Region 5 Soil Judging contest and qualifies for the national competition next spring in Tennessee.
Lost Kansas Communities, a project of the university's Chapman Center for Rural Studies, is featured in a new brochure from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The K-State Center for Risk Management Education and Research welcomes its sixth and largest class of student fellows to the center. A group of 36 undergraduate and graduate students will join the center starting in January 2018.
Derrek Wilson, doctoral student in physics, was selected as the 2017 Ultrafast Optics XI Conference winner for the Ultrafast Optical Phenomena Technical Group Outstanding Poster Presentation Award.
Suzanne Porath, assistant professor of curriculum and instruction in the College of Education, recently presented a session during the fall online conference for The Educator Collaborative Gathering.