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NEWS

Kansas State University Global Campus awards scholarships to distance students for fall semester

Kansas State University Global Campus has awarded 37 scholarships providing financial aid to students across the country for the fall 2014 semester. – Full Story

Kansas State University Global Campus offering its first massive open online course: Health and Wellness 101

As access to information on the Internet has increased, so has access to education. – Full Story

Maes serves on centennial conference committee

Sue Maes, dean of Kansas State University Global Campus, is serving on the University Professional and Continuing Education Association centennial conference planning committee alongside other national leaders in adult and continuing education. – Full Story

K-State Global Campus academic advising program to be recognized by Association for Continuing Higher Education

The Association for Continuing Higher Education has selected Kansas State University’s Global Campus academic advising programs for the 2014 Distinguished Program Award in the credit program category. – Full Story

IGP Institute joins with industry organization to expand distance trainings

The Grain Elevator and Processing Society, or GEAPS, and Kansas State University have agreed to expand their partnership in distance education to offer online courses and a credential in grain processing management. – Full Story

Kansas State University welcomes the Embassy of Ecuador for Day of Ecuador

Kansas State University will welcome Ecuadorian officials on Wednesday, Aug. 6, for a Day of Ecuador. – Full Story

Barclay receives 2014 Kansas State University Global Campus Extraordinary Student Award

Growing up, Karolyn Barclay, Pomona, loved her teachers and knew someday she wanted to inspire and educate children in the same way. – Full Story

Ballard receives Rising Star Award from the Kansas City chapter of Meeting Planners International

Tony Ballard, program coordinator for Kansas State University conference services, received the Rising Star Award from Kansas City chapter of Meeting Planners International, or MPI. – Full Story

Distance students earn summer-term scholarships from university’s Global Campus

Kansas State University Global Campus has awarded $9,000 in scholarships to distance education students across the country for the summer 2014 term. – Full Story

Distance student featured on cover of military magazine

A Marine. A wounded warrior. An award-winning university student. It’s no wonder Michael Feingold’s story is one that a magazine for military transitioners wants to tell. – Full Story

Nontraditional students inducted into Pinnacle Honor Society

An honor society that recognizes students from all walks of life who are achieving academic excellence has 84 new members at Kansas State University. – Full Story

Distance student completes degree through Hurricane Sandy’s aftermath

For Timothy Cox, Old Bridge, New Jersey, graduating with a 4.0 GPA is proof that determination and support from family and a university can bring academic success through even the most challenging situations. – Full Story

Recreational credit courses offered during university’s May intersession

One-credit-hour recreational classes will be offered for the first time during Kansas State University’s May intersession, the short time between standard university semesters when students can complete a class in an accelerated time frame. UFM Community Learning Center coordinates these recreational credit classes as part of Kansas State University Global Campus. – Full Story

University, Center for Legal Studies classes meet needs in multiple industries

Through a partnership with the Center for Legal Studies, Kansas State University is making it easy and affordable for students and professionals who are seeking classes in legal training to receive their education online. – Full Story

Kansas State University helping local adults get back on track to degree completion

Nearly 220,000 Kansans between the ages of 25 to 49 have some college experience but no bachelor’s degree, according to the Kansas Board of Regents. A new campaign by Kansas State University can help area residents get back on track to earning their degree. – Full Story

University expands scholarship opportunities for distance education students

Kansas State University degrees are within closer financial reach for distance education students thanks to new scholarships offered through the Division of Continuing Education in partnership with university colleges and departments. Seven new scholarships for students in degree-seeking online programs are available for summer, fall and spring semesters. – Full Story

Division of Continuing Education winter 2014 newsletter available

The Division of Continuing Education’s winter 2014 newsletter is available. – Full Story

Call for nominations for distance education student and adviser awards, due March 21

Kansas State University’s Division of Continuing Education is accepting nominations of distance education students and distance education advisers for the 2014 DCE Awards. –Full Story

Division of Continuing Education scholarships provide financial support to distance students

Kansas State University’s Division of Continuing Education has awarded $26,400 in scholarships to distance education students across the country for the spring 2014 term. This is the largest amount of scholarship funding the division has awarded for a single semester. – Full Story

UFM technology classes for spring 2014: iPad, Lightroom, cybersecurity and more

Low-cost technology classes are available to K-Staters from the UFM Community Learning Center, a creative educational program serving Kansas State University, the Manhattan area and the state of Kansas. – Full Story

Engineering, education online graduate programs move up in U.S. News & World Report rankings

U.S. News & World Report recognizes Kansas State University as a great place to earn an online graduate degree in education and engineering, moving both programs up in its rankings released Jan. 8. – Full Story

January Intersession Offers Unique Opportunities, Chance to Get Ahead

In a mere week, students will find themselves in a place all of them have been undoubtedly counting down the days to: winter break. Finals, papers, projects and capstones will be completed and turned in, and a month away from class responsibilities will be upon them. – Full Story

Eating It Up: University Class Explores the History of Food in America

Food has a history, and we have a history with food. A new Kansas State University class sheds light on where our nation’s food comes from, our own individual food heritage and why we choose to eat what we eat. – Full Story

Continuing Education Staff Contribute to Distance Student Scholarship Funds

Staff and guests of the K-State Global Campus raised $500 in donations through a dessert silent auction on Nov. 13 in College Court Building. – Full Story

University Celebrates National Distance Learning Week with Campus, Online Events Nov. 11-15

Kansas State University will celebrate National Distance Learning Week, Nov. 11-15, with activities both on campus and online. – Full Story