The Kansas State University Agronomy Forage Bowl Team took first place honors in the National Forage Bowl Competition held in Baton Rouge, Louisiana Jan. 10 - 13. The National Forage Bowl Competition is held in conjunction with the American Forage and Grassland Council Annual Meeting.
In a case that could cause chaos for teacher unions and other public employee unions, the Supreme Court heard arguments this week from a handful of California teachers who say they should not be required to pay for services provided by unions they haven't joined.
January 20, 2016|
Students from across the country with an interest in the livestock industry and related careers can apply now for the Kansas State University Animal Sciences Leadership Academy. The academy is an intensive four-day educational experience designed to enhance the leadership skills and animal science knowledge of students in ninth through 12th grades.
Fort Hays State University's annual 13-city program of recognizing scholarship winners for the next academic year will kick off with a program beginning at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 24, at the Marriott, 9100 Corporate Hills Drive in Wichita.
North Central Kansas Technical College announced the Dean's Honor Roll list for the Fall 2015 semester. To qualify for the honor roll, students must achieve a 3.5 – 4.0 GPA. Area students include: Claflin: Matthew Demel, Welding, Carson Kirmer, Electrical Technology; Ellsworth: Zachary Martin, Telecommunications and Network Tech; Great Bend: Garrett Anspaugh, Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning, Christopher Nollette, Welding; La Crosse: Kathy Bracken, Practical Nursing; Lucas: Steven Ammon, Automotive Technology; Russell: Jaryn Brown, Assoc. Degree Nursing, Andrew Hachmeister, Welding, Kristen Lorenc, Assoc. Degree Nursing, Jori McAdoo, Practical Nursing, Shanan Ryan, Practical Nursing. Jason Suchy, Plumbing Heating and ...
Newman University officials have announced the students on the Dean's List for the fall semester of 2015. To qualify for this achievement, a student must complete 12 credit hours and have attained a grade point average of 3.5 or better.
A New Jersey suburb of Princeton University, which churns out high achieving high school graduates, is riven with conflict, the New York Times reports, because many Caucasian parents want the academic pressures relaxed, while many Asian-American parents fear that high expectations will be drawn down and a record of excellence eroded.
January 14, 2016|