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Faculty News and Achievements

  • December 11, 2019

    School of Family Studies and Human Services has strong presence at national conference

    Students and faculty from K-State had a strong presence at this year’s National Council on Family Relations national conference which was held in Fort Worth, Texas at the end of November. K-State faculty and graduate students shared their research, presenting more than 20 times during the 3-day conference with topics ranging from teen dating violence, […]

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  • October 28, 2019

    Personal financial planning program shines at annual conference

    Kansas State University’s personal financial planning program saw success once again at the annual Financial Planning Association’s national conference. The conference was held in Minneapolis, Minnesota with over 1,800 attendees. This year’s undergraduate competition team placed second overall in the Financial Planning Challenge. The team was awarded first in the oral presentation and tied for […]

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  • August 29, 2019

    College of Health and Human Sciences recognizes faculty award winners at annual Fall Forum

    The College of Health and Human Sciences presented three faculty members with college-level awards at their annual Fall Forum on August 19. This year the college presented three awards. Dawley-Scholer Award The Dawley-Scholer Award recognizes and rewards outstanding achievement in the area of student development resulting in the personal, professional, educational growing of one or […]

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  • July 25, 2019

    Heinrich named American Academy of Health Behavior Fellow

    Katie Heinrich, associate professor in kinesiology, has been accepted as a Fellow of the American Academy of Health Behavior. The status of Fellow in the American Academy of Health Behavior is conferred as an indication of distinction and is based on merit. The American Academy of Health Behavior, AAHB, accepted Heinrich as she distinguished herself […]

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