News Archive for College News
November 15, 2010
“I just want people to cook.” Kathy Walsten summarized her mission as she sorted through 17 years worth of files on the day before she retired from the Department of Human Nutrition. Recycle bins overflowed. Personal mementos dotted the walls. Stacks of papers perched on every flat surface.
November 8, 2010
Virginia Moxley, dean of the College of Human Ecology, and K-State President Kirk Schulz are traveling to Basra, Iraq, as guests of Maj. Gen. Vincent Brooks, commanding general of the 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley.
November 2, 2010
A design exchange gave students in Hyung-Chan Kim's Interior Studio 7 class international experience without leaving campus.
October 18, 2010
Bronwyn Fees is determined to plant Kansas in the hearts and minds of Chinese preschoolers. How? By putting on a show for 24 early childhood teachers and faculty at South China Normal University from China.
October 18, 2010
Preschoolers at Stone House, the Ruth Hoeflin Early Education Center on the K-State, became pen pals of sorts with preschoolers in China. But since most 3 to 5 year olds can’t write letters, they exchanged art.
October 17, 2010
Money troubles? What happens when you abandon traditional financial counseling methods and use marriage and family therapy models to change financial behavior?
October 16, 2010
Jennifer Hanson, human nutrition, is one of three doctoral candidates who have received $15,000 fellowships through the Kansas State University Research Foundation Doctoral Fellowship program.
October 14, 2010
The athletic training education program has earned continuing accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education.
October 12, 2010
The two-day celebration -- culminating with a gold-shovel groundbreaking and birthday cake -- demonstrated the strength and spirit of the College of Human Ecology.
October 8, 2010
True to the college’s motto – “In a world focused on things, we focus first on people”– the groundbreaking event today focused more on donors, the legacy of past leadership, students and faculty than on the future $4.4 million addition to Justin Hall.