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Welcome to 150 years of excellence in research, innovation and education.
Welcome to 150 years of excellence in research, innovation and education.

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#KState is again named top college value in Kansas by @smartasset. Read how we are the best bang for your buck at bit.ly/2syM8lV. 

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Do you have a child who loves to take things apart then put them back together? He or she may have a future in software development. Uncover the demand for coders at bit.ly/2sIVPPj. 

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"Employers seek graduates who have the strong critical thinking skills that make them ready for the job on day one," — Pat Bosco.

Learn why K-State is one of the best schools in the nation for improving students' critical thinking skills at bit.ly/2s2hjWE. 

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With any family, you're bound to have shared memories, commonly held values and honored traditions. Your K-State family is no different. It's the #WildcatWay https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JJFOLz0EJc&list=PL2qy_bCtxWG4i5z6iCR0eHh4xAs0R_28b&index=15

Learn more at bit.ly/WCWTraditions.

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Landing a summer internship is just the beginning! K-State career specialist shares how interns can develop new skills, network and make a lasting impression at bit.ly/2qZlEXG. Tell us your advice to have a successful internship.

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K-State research efforts put us at the forefront of discovery in areas such as global food systems, next-generation technologies and health. Our newest edition of Seek magazine highlights some of our ongoing research programs and recent outcomes.

See how K-State is blazing trails in research at bit.ly/SeekSpring2017
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Use it or lose it.

Understand why K-State's aging expert, Gayle Doll, recommends low-impact exercises to help seniors retain strength, balance and flexibility at bit.ly/2rKTzpW. 

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View the moon, planets and stars at Astronomy Viewing Night tonight with K-StatePhysics professor, Chris Sorenson.

The viewing is one of the summer events leading up to the Total Solar Eclipse on Aug. 21. Details on all events at bit.ly/KStateSolarEclipse 

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Take a look inside a mosquito swarm in this 360 degree photo at theta360.com/s/kKZkF4n0mwVmgyU7DScuV49BY

K-State's Biosecurity Research Institute team studies mosquitos to tackle the viruses they transmit. Discover how K-State is playing a role in preventing outbreaks at bit.ly/2rdEJsG.

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Promising research for Alzheimer's patients. bit.ly/2qhd7im

"Alzheimer's disease progresses slowly. Our studies have shown that the drugs are tolerable, so we are eager to expand our investigations." — Duy Hua, distinguished professor of chemistry
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