May 2020 News Releases
The School of Applied and Interdisciplinary Studies honored Paige Adams with the Outstanding Professional Science Master's Faculty Award and Morgan Martin Miller, a fall 2019 graduate, with the Outstanding Professional Science Master's Student Award.
Nicole Ioerger, a teacher in the Animal Health Academy at Olathe North High School, developed a Rift Valley Fever case study for juniors and seniors to enhance their education.
Twenty-two students at K-State's Olathe campus have completed their degree programs for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Kansas State University Executive Reawakening Team presented the university's reopening plan to the First Tuesday roundtable group for department heads on May 5 and to the public on the COVID-19 reopening website.
President Myers writes to the K-State community about plans to reopen for the 2020 fall semester.