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Friday, July 1, 2016

The Tuesday Letter is a weekly email to approximately 2,500 faculty and staff of K-State Research and Extension and the College of Agriculture, providing recipients with timely announcements and updates.

From the Associate Director for Extension and Applied Research

Stephen Covey Quote
How can we maintain a focus on what's most important in changing times?

From Extension Administration

Annual Conference Call for Proposals
The KSRE Annual Conference is scheduled for October 25-27, 2016 on the KSU campus. Based on feedback received, the committee is scheduling more time for breakout sessions from submitted proposals as well as invited presenters.

News

Farm and Ranch Succession Facilitator Training
Farm and ranch families may need a place to start or guidance in developing a succession plan. This training will provide Extension agents with opportunities to enhance their skills and knowledge when facilitating the process.
Beef Cattle Institute's Beef Scholars Program Provides Opportunities for Students, Resources for Beef Industry
Eight Kansas State University students from majors across campus are serving as the inaugural participants in the Beef Cattle Institute's Beef Scholars program this summer.
Consider Nominating a Colleague for Annual Conference Recognition
Consider nominating a colleague for recognition at Annual Conference.

Human Resource Information

Alpha of Clovia, Inc. Seeks Housemother
Alpha of Clovia, Inc. is searching for a housemother.

Diversity

Invitation to Meet the 2016 MAPS Class
Join the latest MAPS class for a night of scrapbooking and pizza.

New Hires/Exits

Best Wishes to News Writer Katie Allen
News writer Katie Allen leaves K-State to accept new position.

Calendar of Events

Free Webinar Available on Forage Crops Toxic for Cattle
Great Plains Grazing team member and Kansas State University Southeast Area Extension Beef Systems Specialist Jaymelynn Farney will present “Potentially Toxic Forage Crops for Cattle,” a free webinar at 1:30 p.m. CDT TODAY, June 28.