HR management workshop for KC-area professionals to be hosted by the College of Business Administration
Monday, November 26, 2012
James Hayton, an expert in human resource management and entrepreneurship will lead “Building Entrepreneurial Capabilities within your Organization: The Role of the HR Function”, part of the College of Business Administration's Professional Education Seminars on Thursday, Dec. 13 from 2 to 6 p.m. at Kansas State University Olathe.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The first leader of Kansas State University's academic and research presence in Greater Kansas City is retiring. Dan Richardson, current CEO and dean, has announced his plans to retire in 2013 and assist in the transition to have a new campus leader in place by June 30.
Going out on a STEM: K-State Olathe educates secondary students about sensory and food science careers with three upcoming events
Monday, November 5, 2012
More than 200 secondary students from the Blue Valley School District will participate in a first-of-its-kind program in food and sensory science at Kansas State University Olathe in November and December. The program will educate students about careers in these areas, as well as enhance their knowledge of science and math.
Friday, November 2, 2012
The Spring Hill High School Agricultural Issues team placed in the top 16 teams nationwide at the National FFA Organization national competition recently in Indianapolis, Ind. The team was coached by Micheal Strohschein, Kansas State University Olathe director of K-12 science education partnerships.
K-State Olathe appoints Spears as interim associate dean to move academic programs, research forward
Monday, October 29, 2012
A longtime Kansas State University education professor has been named interim associate dean for academic and research program at Kansas State University Olathe. Jacqueline Spears, who was appointed to the post by Dan Richardson, K-State Olathe CEO, will begin her new duties Nov. 5.
KC area animal shelters, agencies receive gift of nearly eight tons of dog and cat food following consumer study at K-State Olathe
Monday, October 15, 2012
Kansas State University Olathe found itself buried in dog and cat food following a recent consumer study with a feed manufacturer. Rather than dispose of nearly eight tons of food, the Sensory and Consumer Research Center at K-State Olathe donated the 30 pallets to local animal shelters and adoption agencies.
Interactive animal health conference at K-State Olathe explores regulatory issues, industry competitiveness
Monday, October 1, 2012
The Animal Health Supply Chain Program at Kansas State University will explore topics including fighting industry misconceptions, educating stakeholders on current animal health issues, and helping to strategically shape the future of domestic and global markets at its inaugural conference "Redesigning Competitiveness in the Animal Health Industry" on Thursday, Nov. 8, at Kansas State University Olathe, 22201 W. Innovation Drive.