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February 2012

Call for Presentations, Registration for Great Plains Network Annual Meeting

Registration and presentation submissions are open for the 2012 Great Plains Network's annual meeting, "The Nature of the University in a Highly Connected World," May 30–June 1 in Kansas City, Mo. – Full Story

Legal Learning: Online Paralegal Certificate Course Begins March 5

Kansas State University is making it easy for professionals interested a paralegal career to earn a paralegal certificate online. – Full Story

K-State Master's Degree Program in Adult Education Expanding to Olathe Campus

A Kansas State University master's program is expanding to the university's Olathe campus, with the first course being offered this summer. – Full Story

Making Their Mark: 12 Distinguished Alumni Participate in Alumni Fellows Week

Twelve distinguished Kansas State University alumni will address students and faculty in 68 classes and receptions Feb. 22-24 during the 2012 Alumni Fellows Week. – Full Story

Academic Advising Student Strives for Master's While Serving Peace Corps

Susan Kay is a student in the Kansas State University academic advising master's program. But Kay is a bit unusual in that she is working toward her master's while serving the United States Peace Corps in Azerbaijan. – Full Story

Active Status: University Ranks as Top Military-Friendly Institution for Fifth Year in a Row

Kansas State University is getting another salute from Military Advanced Education, which has ranked the university as a top military-friendly institution for soldiers and their families for a fifth consecutive year. – Full Story

Time to GROW: Workshop for Middle School Girls Explores Universal Design

Scientists and engineers are some of the first to create products and improve medical treatments to assist people with disabilities. To demonstrate to young women the role they can play in universal design, the GROW, or Girls Researching Our World, program at Kansas State University will host "Helping Hands." – Full Story

Two Is Better Than One: Second Session of Spring Evening College Courses Begins March 8

With the second round of accelerated eight-week Evening College courses starting March 8, students at Kansas State University have the chance to complete another class before the end of spring term. – Full Story

New Educause Quarterly Article Explores Creation of New Online Global Health Course, Game

Deborah Briggs, adjunct professor of diagnostic medicine and pathobiology in Kansas State University's College of Veterinary Medicine and instructor of DMP 844: Global Health Issues, recently had an article featured in Educause Quarterly, the informational publication distributed by Educause, a nonprofit association dedicated to advancing higher education. – Full Story