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  • June 28, 2012

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    Going gluten-free? Read the label, Haub says

    One of the latest trends in the food market and among celebrities is going gluten-free. Snack giant Frito-Lay has announced it will introduce new gluten-free labels and products, and songster Miley Cyrus credited her recent weight loss to a gluten-free diet. Going gluten-free may be a good choice for some individuals, but that just because […]

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  • June 11, 2012

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    Melgarejo awarded $250,000 seed funds for developing antibiotics

    Tonatiuh Melgarejo, an associate professor in human nutrition at Kansas State University, has been awarded $250,000 to assist in the development of a novel class of natural antibiotics for the treatment of mastitis in dairy cattle. The award comes from the Center for Animal Health Innovation's (CAHI) Proof-of-Concept (PoC) seed funding program. As principal investigator, […]

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  • May 11, 2012

    College names 15 Outstanding Seniors

    The College of Human Ecology named 15 Outstanding Seniors at the college’s Graduation Honors and Student Awards Celebration at 4 p.m. Friday, May 11, in the Leadership Studies Building on campus. The students and their programs are: • Joanna Howard - apparel marketing. Joanna plans to move to New York City to start a career […]

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  • May 11, 2012

    Students earn graduation honors

    At the college graduate honors and student awards celebration Friday, May 11, students will receive summa cum laude, magna cum laude and cum laude cords to wear at graduation the following day. Those earning summa cum laude honors graduate with a cumulative grade point average of 3.95 or higher during their academic career grade at […]

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  • May 9, 2012

    CHE research grantees named

    Four research projects have been awarded funds from the College of Human Ecology, Dean Virginia Moxley announced this week. Those receiving grants and their projects are:  Joyce Baptist and Elaine Johannes, both in family studies and human services, for “Military Children: Resilience in the Face of Parental Military Deployment.” Jared Durtschi, family studies and human […]

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  • May 3, 2012

    Four earn promotions, tenure

    Four Human Ecology faculty members earned promotion and tenure this year. Promoted to full professor are Delores Chambers, human nutrition, and Weiqun "George" Wang, human nutrition. Earning tenure and promotion to associate professor are: Joyce Baptist, family studies and human services, and Chihyung Ok, hospitality management and dietetics. Throughout the university, 22 faculty members were […]

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  • May 2, 2012

    Levis to be graduation speaker, Nelson to represent students on dias

    Petros Levis, president of the Human Ecology Alumni Association Board and general manager of Medallion Laboratories, a Division of General Mills Inc., will keynote College of Human Ecology graduation ceremonies this year. Kelley Nelson has been selected as student commencement speaker for the May 12. She will graduate with a degree in public health nutrition. […]

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  • May 1, 2012

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    College faculty honors go to Haar, Kwon, Sellers, Kozar and Melgarejo

    Virginia Moxley, dean, has announced the College of Human Ecology faculty awards for 2012.The five will be honored at graduation ceremonies May 12. Sherry Haar receives the Faculty Research Excellence Award Dr Haar, associate professor in the Department of Apparel, Textiles and Interior Design, is being honored or her work in natural dye and sustainable […]

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  • May 1, 2012

    Athletic training students learn in a military setting

    A new, first-of-its-kind undergraduate athletic training program in the College of Human Ecology is helping students experience a different part of the profession: working with active-duty soldiers. The university is in the first semester of a partnership between its athletic training education program and nearby Fort Riley. The partnership gives students a new kind of […]

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  • April 26, 2012

    Edgar Chambers

    Edgar Chambers to lead international standards group

    Edgar Chambers IV, distinguished professor and director of the Sensory Analysis Center, has been selected to chair the group that will develop a set of standards for the International Standards Organization’s Technical Committee on Sensory and Consumer Evaluation. The group met recently in Toulouse, France. Chambers will lead development of an international standard for advertising […]

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