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2016 News

March 2016

Choma appointed assistant dean for diversity, recruitment and retention

Arts & Sciences students host diversity summit April 1

Williams and Cook selected as Alumni Fellows

Fifth annual disco party, new bra crawl event to support Kansas State University cancer research in April

Moviegoers may have little control over their eye movements during Hollywood-style films, study finds

Miller School students score big at annual Kansas Association of Broadcasters awards

February in review: College of Arts & Sciences major highlights

Joye Gordon memorial March 26

Biologist to receive Distinguished Landscape Ecologist Award

ArtSci student's work in science journalism wins prestigious Best in Festival award

February 2016

Biology faculty member selected for the National Science Foundation's Rotator program

Psychological sciences professor develops scale to measure masculine honor beliefs

Art professor finds originality in a 20,000-year-old medium

ArtSci grant makes high-definition broadcasting a reality for KKSU-TV

Psychological sciences students receive national recognition

A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications mourns loss of Tom Gould

ArtSci graduate student one of two 3 Minute Thesis winners

Physicist contributes to discovery of gravitational waves, black holes

Gen. Richard Myers co-teaching Political Science American Foreign Policy class

Understanding Einstein: Cosmologist explains discovery of gravitational waves

K-State music professor wins Grammy Award

Students invited to compete for the Sullivan Poetry Award

K-State music student wins area singing competition

Shakespeare’s Heartbeat in the Little Apple

Amit Chakrabarti to serve as interim dean of College of Arts & Sciences

January 2016

Professor of art and associate dean of Graduate School selected for one-month artist residency in Morocco

College of Arts & Sciences to host ArtSci Student Forum on Fees

Second Annual College of Arts & Sciences Civil Rights Teach-In, Jan. 27

ArtSci faculty receive prestigious national arts award