We at K-State believe the best answer to a student's question "Where shall I live?" is the residence halls. Studies have shown that students who spend their first one or two years in the residence halls demonstrate the following: - Tend to continue (and finish) their degrees in college in higher numbers than students living off campus. - Receive better grades than students who commute from off campus. For more information, visit us at www.housing.k-state.edu Find us on online at www.facebook.com/KStateHousingandDiningServices Follow us at www.twitter.com/KStateHousing
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This is an introduction to ALICE Institute training in response to an active shooter event. Produced by Cindy Jeffrey through the Division of Communications and Marketing for the K-State Police Dept. ALICE Training Coordinator Sgt. Chad Jager.
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Arjun Nepal, Postdoctoral Research Associate & Instructor for the Department of Physics at Kansas State University, walks through a special process of mass producing graphene in the K-State Detonation Physics Laboratory. Produced through the Division of Communications and Marketing.
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Kansas State University is consistently recognized by U.S. News and World Report as one of the nation's best colleges. It's only going to get better. Under the K-State 2025 plan, the university will be a top 50 public research university by 2025. Employees will play an integral part of the plan. http://k-state.edu/employment Employees at the university receive outstanding benefits, including health insurance, retirement plans, sick and vacation leave and tuition assistance. From the arts to athletics, the university makes Manhattan a classic college town that offers many amenities, including: - Big 12 sporting events, including football, basketball, baseball and more - A large recreation complex and natatorium as well as numerous parks and trails throughout the area - Cultural events and performances — including Broadway musicals, musicians and speakers — at the university's McCain Auditorium - Landon Lecture speeches by national leaders, such as U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor, former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, and former U.S. military commander Gen. David Petraeus - A vibrant and revitalized downtown that offers shops, restaurants and the new Flint Hills Discovery Center
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The K-State Welcome Center will serve the entire K-State family as the front door to new opportunities. This unique facility will be one of the first in the country to provide a central location for students and families to connect with New Student Services, Admissions, Financial Aid, Housing and Dining Services, and Career and Employment Services. The center will create a welcoming, convenient and progressive environment for prospective and current students, parents, alumni, faculty, staff and corporate representatives to interact and engage with each other. Everyone will experience a sense of belonging to the K-State community.
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The Kansas State University TRIGA Mk II Reactor provides services for education, research, and training, and outreach. The reactor is licensed to operate at up to 1250 kWth. For more information visit http://www.mne.ksu.edu/research/centers/reactor/
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Michael Wesch, assistant professor of anthropology, 2008 winner of the National Professor of the Year award for research/doctoral universities from the Carnegie Foundation and the Council for the Advancement of Education.
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Kansas State University's academic programs are among the best in the nation, our professors are leaders in their fields, and our students regularly win prestigious national scholarships and awards. K-State offers hundreds of clubs and academic options to fit you — all at an affordable price in one of America's best college towns. We also rate as the safest campus in the Big 12. With cool classes, all-star professors and high-achieving alumni, it's easy to see why you should choose K-State. http://k-state.edu/admissions
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K-Staters know how to have fun no matter where they are. These recent study abroad students show their Wildcat spirit by performing the Wabash Cannonball all over the world. A huge thank you goes out to our students, faculty, staff and new friends abroad who contributed to this video. To learn more about taking your Wabash skills abroad, check out http://.www.k-state.edu/studyabroad , Twitter or Facebook at ksustudyabroad, or visit us in 304 Fairchild Hall on campus. Join the fun by using #WabashAbroad, #KSUStudyAbroad and #Kstate in your social media posts. Discover the world — study abroad!
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Dr. Kate Stenske, a clinical assistant professor at Kansas State University's College of Veterinary Medicine, talks about bites from cats and dogs. She explains what kind of infections can result and what to do if you're bitten. She also gives advice on avoiding a bite in the first place.
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There's plenty of reasons to take pride in being a Wildcat, but only one K-State family. Discover what it means to make the #WildcatWay part of your journey. Produced by Tommy Killian through the Division of Communications and Marketing.
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K-State researchers are on the first year of a three-year research project thanks to a $1.2 million grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Using a specially-designed obstacle course, the K-State researchers have found a unique test to measure fatigue.
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Kansas State University is vibrant, passionate and full of rich tradition. Check out some of the many reasons our students are proud to be part of the K-State family, and why they trust us to guide them toward success. Apply today at https://www.k-state.edu/admissions/apply. Produced by Tommy Killian through the Division of Communications and Marketing. Kansas State University is committed to providing equal access opportunity and reasonable accommodation to campus programs and services for faculty, staff and students. If you require accommodation to view or hear a video live stream or archive, please submit a request for accommodation. Students should make their request to the Student Access Center (https://www.k-state.edu/accesscenter/). All others should request accommodation through Human Capital Services (https://www.k-state.edu/video/accommodations.html).
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On August 21, 2017, Kansans will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness a full solar eclipse. Kansas State University distinguished professor, Chris Sorensen, shares on the importance of the eclipse and what viewers, who make their way into the 'path of totality', are in store for. Produced by the Division of Communication and Marketing.
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Researchers at Kansas State University have developed several new gluten-free products using the grain sorghum. Fadi Aramouni, professor of food science, along with his graduate students Ashley Pruett and Kathryn Deschenes will be presenting the findings at the Institute of Technologists in Las Vegas this June. The research was done with the help of the K-State grain and science industry department as well as the United States Department of Agriculture in Manhattan.
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Check out our one-of-a-kind program -- Bakery Science and Management. Our graduates have 100 percent job placement with higher-than-average starting salaries. Learn more by visiting: grains.k-state.edu
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You'll never get bored at Kansas State University. You might raise money for charity, design a solar car or lead your residence hall soccer team to a championship. Customize your college life to fit your interests. No matter what you do, you're guaranteed to have fun and make friends for life. http://www.k-state.edu/admissions/life/
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Drs. Jean McNeil and Robert Weedon talk to K-State Rabies Laboratory Director Cathleen Hanlon about their experience with Johnny, the first case of canine rabies in North Carolina in over 60 years. This first part tells how Johnny was found and treated, as well as the fallout from the positive test for rabies.
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K-State Salina is one of the first universities to offer a degree and a certificate in Unmanned Aerial Systems. The aviation degree is so popular, the university has already had to cap classes. Here's a closer look at the U.A.S. program.
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The Math REU program at Kansas State University is a great opportunity to do your own research as an undergraduate. The 10-week program provides a stipend to the student, as well as an invaluable educational experience. Patrick Weed tells about his summer in Manhattan, Kansas.
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A glimpse of the Manhattan and Kansas State Community
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This is what the Center for Child Development is all about. Music by Kevin MacLeod (Creative Commons) Produced through the Division of Communications and Marketing. Kansas State University is committed to providing equal access opportunity and reasonable accommodation to campus programs and services for faculty, staff and students. If you require accommodation to view or hear a video live stream or archive, please submit a request for accommodation. Students should make their request to the Student Access Center (https://www.k-state.edu/accesscenter/). All others should request accommodation through Human Capital Services (https://www.k-state.edu/video/accommodations.html).
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K-State will hold their annual Military Appreciation Day at the October 1 football game against Baylor. The Black Lions, who are partnered with the football team, are helping organize the event. Here's a look at the special partnership between the Black Lions and the Wildcats.
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Veterinarians needing specialized diagnostic testing can depend on the expertise found at the Kansas State University Veterinary Diagnostic Lab. In this video, KSVDL Director Dr. Gary Anderson and members of the labs staff give you an introduction to the facilities and services found at the KSVDL. Visit http://www.ksvdl.org to learn how KSVDL can fulfill your diagnostic and consulting needs.
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Kansas State University students in a hydraulic engineering course simulate a sewer geyser incident that occurred in Minneapolis, Minn. Their instructor, David Steward, associate professor of civil engineering, has the class create an apparatus and do a water experiment each semester for the course.
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Once Rena Schaeffer changed her lifestyle and lost 80 pounds, she decided to complete a bachelor's degree in dietetics through K-State distance education, and she now helps teenagers make healthy decisions.
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Kansas State University Veterinary Medicine students discuss "Somewhere Along The Way Part II," 1997, by Margo Kren in the galleries of the University's Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art. Linda Duke uses Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) to facilitate the discussion.
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The Kansas State University Open/Alternative Textbook Initiative provides grants to faculty members to replace textbooks with open/alternative educational resources that are available at no cost to students. These resources include e-books, problem-sets, video-based and interactive content and other formats that are created, adapted, or adopted by the faculty members. To learn more, go to http://www.lib.k-state.edu/open-textbook or contact Dr. Andy Bennett Mathematics (785) 532-0562 [email protected] or Dr. Brian Lindshield Human Nutrition (785) 532-7848 [email protected]
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Housing and Dining Services provides an affordable, safe and engaging living environment for our students to complement the academic and social demands of your college experience. It's no wonder the majority of K-State students live on campus their freshman year. http://www.k-state.edu/admissions/living/
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Check out our one-of-a-kind program -- Milling Science and Management. Our graduates have 100 percent job placement with higher-than-average starting salaries. Be in demand with a degree from the Department of Grain Science and Industry at Kansas State University. Email: [email protected] or Call us: 785.532.4051
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Writer and physicist Margaret Wertheim, co-founder of The Institute of Figuring, discusses the origins of the Crochet Coral Reef (CCR). Created with her sister Christine Wertheim in 2005, CCR is one of the largest science and art participatory projects in the world. CCR reveals nature as the ultimate source of mathematical models and speaks to the urgent plight of the marine world. Margaret Wertheim lectured at Kansas State University on September 12, 2013 in conjunction with the exhibition "Museum of Wonder" (February 12 - October 13, 2013.)
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Learn more about K-State's Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics by visiting our website: k-state.edu/bmb/
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