The President's Corner
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|03-16-18||BUDGET AND ENROLLMENT– The budget for Kansas State University is one of the items before the Kansas Legislature that has the attention of many in Manhattan. According to K-State president Richard Myers, much of the concern stems from lawmakers also having to deal with K-12 – a budget the State Supreme Court says must be increased. The K-State Radio Network’s Richard Baker has more.||PC 03-16|
|12-22-17||IMPACTS OF CONGRESS AND KANSAS LEGISLATURE– Both the U.S. Congress and Kansas Legislature face legislative issues that could have an impact on Kansas State University. In addition, K-State president Richard Myers recently spoke before a Congressional committee about different threats to U.S. agriculture. The K-State Radio Network’s Richard Baker has more.||PC 12-22|
|12-01-17||KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY UNITES– Several thousand Kansas State University students, staff and faculty recently gathered on the lawn in front of Anderson Hall for an event titled “KSUnite” – which served as a reminder to celebrate our differences, show compassion for others, stand up for what’s right and defeat hatred. K-State president Richard Myers says the gathering was driven in part by events in the community and around the nation. The K-State Radio Network’s Richard Baker has more.||PC 12-01|
|10-27-17||IMPACTS OF LOW ENROLLMENT– When the numbers for this fall’s enrollment were finalized, Kansas State University found itself in a financial bind. But the university’s president, Richard Myers, says the school can and will deal with the situation. The K-State Radio Network’s Richard Baker has more.||PC 10-27|