The K-State Alumni Association will recognize four candidates for graduation from Kansas State University with the Robinson Family Multicultural Leadership Awards. The students will be presented with their awards at a luncheon on April 19 at the K-State Alumni Center.
Join the K-State Alumni Association as we explore the contributions and cultural impact that astronomy has in Hispanic and Indigenous Peoples' cultures. This lunch and learn is in celebration of the 2017 Great American Total Solar Eclipse that will occur on Monday, Aug. 21.
Twelve accomplished Kansas State University alumni have been selected as the 2017 Alumni Fellows and will address students and faculty in classes and receptions April 19-21 during the 2017 Alumni Fellows week.
The K-State Alumni Association's Multicultural Alumni Council will host a Multiracial panel discussion titled "Multiracial in America: Proud, Diverse and Growing."
The K-State Alumni Association's Multicultural Leadership Awards have been renamed the Robinson Family Multicultural Leadership Awards to honor the Roy and Sylvia Robinson family of Kansas City, Kansas, who endowed the program.
May and August graduates are invited to attend the Spring Grad Expo at the K-State Alumni Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 6-7.
For Sophomores Only gives high school sophomores a chance to learn about college life at Kansas State University. The K-State Alumni Association encourages K-State faculty and staff members who are parents or guardians of high school sophomores to participate.
The K-State Football team will travel to Nashville on Sept. 16 to take on the Vanderbilt University Commodores. Join the K-State Alumni Association to cheer on the Wildcats.
The K-State Student Alumni Board, a program of the K-State Alumni Association, will honor the 2017 Distinguished Young Alumni Award recipients, Dalton Henry and Jorge Mendoza, on Feb. 28.
Students graduating in May, August or December are eligible for the awards. Nominations are due Feb. 20.
K-State Alumni Association announces new member benefits: discounts for K-State Campus Store and Country Stampede
K-State Alumni Association membership now includes two new benefits: a discount at the K-State Campus Store and a discount on tickets to Country Stampede.
Students interested in playing a special role in the K-State Homecoming tradition are encouraged to apply for the 2017 Homecoming Committee.
Twelve area students were awarded scholarships to Kansas State University totaling $3,000 at the St. Joseph K-State Alumni Club's alumni/student dinner Nov. 2 in St. Joseph, Missouri.
Eleven area students were awarded scholarships to Kansas State University totaling $2,750 at the Great Bend Area K-State Alumni Club's alumni/student tailgate party Sept. 22 in Great Bend, Kansas.
Fourteen area students were awarded scholarships to Kansas State University totaling $3,200 at the Lawrence K-State Alumni Club's alumni/student/friends picnic Sept. 19 in Lawrence, Kansas.
Thirteen area students were awarded scholarships to Kansas State University totaling $2,600 at the Dickinson County K-State Alumni Club's Alumni/Student Dinner on Sept. 13 in Abilene, Kansas.
Students and supporters of seven Kansas universities can advocate for friendly competition this fall while challenging themselves and others to stop texting and driving.
High school juniors from Manhattan, Kansas, and the surrounding area will have a chance to learn firsthand about college life at the K-State Alumni Association's Just For Juniors event Sept. 26 in Manhattan at the K-State Alumni Center, 100 Alumni Center, 1720 Anderson Avenue.
Eight area students were awarded scholarships to Kansas State University totaling $3,000 at the Franklin County Friends of K-State picnic Aug. 2 in Ottawa, Kansas.
Fifty-six area students were awarded scholarships to Kansas State University totaling $17,700 at the Wichita Area K-State Alumni Club alumni/student dessert social July 25 in Wichita, Kansas.