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Kansas State University Libraries

2017

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Above & Beyond: Celebrating Outstanding Employees And Undergraduate Research, Kansas State University Libraries Jul 2017

Above & Beyond: Celebrating Outstanding Employees And Undergraduate Research, Kansas State University Libraries

Kansas State University Libraries

K-State Libraries recognizes outstanding employee contributions and undergraduate scholarship.


Kirmser Undergraduate Research Award: Libraries’ Scholarship Rewards Superior Undergraduate Research, Kansas State University Libraries Jan 2017

Kirmser Undergraduate Research Award: Libraries’ Scholarship Rewards Superior Undergraduate Research, Kansas State University Libraries

Kansas State University Libraries

K-State Libraries’ services, materials and faculty help students in their academic pursuits year-round. The Libraries are also proud to recognize outstanding original research once it’s completed. In 2013, the Libraries established the Kirmser Undergraduate Research Award. Sometimes winning research projects come from unexpected sources. Like a hay bale. David Leiszler (Clifton), Peter Masters (Troy) and Austin Schmitz (Axtell) created an attachment for a skid-steer loader that could lift a bale and safely remove the net wrap while the farmer remains in the vehicle.


Morse Family And Community Public Policy Scholarship: Award Allows Student To Complete Internship In Ghana, Kansas State University Libraries Jan 2017

Morse Family And Community Public Policy Scholarship: Award Allows Student To Complete Internship In Ghana, Kansas State University Libraries

Kansas State University Libraries

Last summer, Madison May, senior in political science and international studies, worked with Ghana’s National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) to empower young girls and women of all ages. May’s internship was made possible through the Marjorie J. and Richard L.D. Morse Family and Community Public Policy Scholarship administered by K-State Libraries.