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The Academic Chairpersons Conference is an annual forum where academic chairpersons, administrators and faculty from all areas of higher education share the most successful, innovative ideas and strategies to assist each other in becoming more effective in their positions. The conference format includes concurrent sessions of interactive workshops, best practice presentations and roundtable discussions. The emphasis of every conference is to provide practical, usable information in a climate of open discussion and collaborative exchange. This course contains no sessions
This course contains no sessions
The objective of this training program is for the Kansas State University Cooperative Education Service to provide a broad, practical training program and to help Kansas commercial pesticide applicators meet the requirements for renewal certification.
This course contains no sessions
EXCITE, or Exploring Science, Technology, and Engineering, is designed to encourage and support students in the 9th -12th grades to pursue a future in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and agriculture. The goal of the program is to foster girls' continuing interest in STEM. We offer semester events and a summer workshop on the main K-State campus in Manhattan KS for high school students. All events offer hands-on activities that focus on how scientists and engineers help make the world a better place.
This course contains no sessions
This course contains no sessions
GROW, or Girls Researching Our World, is designed for all students in sixth through eighth grades. The goal of the program is to increase girls' interest in science, technology, engineering & mathematics (STEM) disciplines. Students participate in hands-on activities presented by undergraduate and graduate students and faculty. We offer one-day events and a summer workshop on the main K-State campus in Manhattan KS. All events focus on the role of scientists, engineers, and other STEM professionals in making the world a better place.
Course Objectives: To gain general understanding of the principles of the milling process, understanding the relationship between wheat quality and the effect of the milling process, gain knowledge of what wheat types and products each can produce, and understand flour functionality. Course Topics: Overview of the U.S. wheat production; overview of the general milling process and major milling equipment; principles of mill flow sheets; and milling math (extraction, tempering and blending); flour functionality, flour and dough testing practices and methods. Required Skill Level: No milling experience is required. Who Should Attend: New mill employees, mill HR staff and managers, grain and ingredient procurement managers, feed and flour sales representatives, production schedulers, warehousing and QA personnel, R&D staff, wheat breeders, grain inspection personnel, food program administrators, international wheat/grain traders, journalists, extension agents, wheat commission staff/board members, and agricultural and business economic analysts. The Department of Grain Science and Industry at Kansas State University, in partnership with industry associations, has held the Feed Manufacturing courses since 1976. These courses are taught by a unique blend of individuals from K-State and within the feed and allied industries to provide in-depth training on all aspects associated with feed manufacturing. The Feed Manufacturing course explores, in detail, the major elements of modern feed manufacturing and examines advances in feed technology. Course Topics: Grain storage and pest control; particle size reduction; batching and mixing; extrusion, drying, cooling; effect of feed processing on animal nutrition; pelleting, cooling, and crumbling; fee and ingredient handling; feed plant design; energy conservation in the feed mill; steam generation systems; molds and mycotoxins. The course will have hands-on sessions at the O.H. Kruse Feed Technology Innovation Center in the areas of batching and mixing, particle size reduction, pelleting, etc.
This course benefits individuals who are responsible for buying U.S. food and feed grains. The course focuses on the mechanics of purchasing raw materials and features detailed discussions of cash and futures markets, financing and ocean transport. This course benefits individuals who are responsible for buying U.S. food and feed grains. The course focuses on the mechanics of purchasing raw materials and features detailed discussions of cash and futures markets, financing and ocean transport.
This course benefits individuals who are responsible for buying U.S. food and feed grains. The course focuses on the mechanics of purchasing raw materials and features detailed discussions of cash and futures markets, financing and ocean transport. This course benefits individuals who are responsible for buying U.S. food and feed grains. The course focuses on the mechanics of purchasing raw materials and features detailed discussions of cash and futures markets, financing and ocean transport.
Students completing this course will become proficient at formulating pet foods and have a working knowledge of ingredients, processes, and the software necessary to create new products, revise existing formulas, and perform business and production analysis. Understanding the importance of risk management within trading markets is crucial to the security of a company's financial future. Individuals interested in expanding their knowledge of marketplace challenges are encouraged to take advantage of the Risk Management course at the IGP Institute Conference Center in Manhattan, Kansas. The course is designed to help participants gain a valuable understanding of the relationship between cash and futures markets, futures spreads, principles of hedging, and principles of risk management and trading strategies.
Understanding the importance of risk management within trading markets is crucial to the security of a company's financial future. Individuals interested in expanding their knowledge of marketplace challenges are encouraged to take advantage of the Risk Management course at the IGP Institute Conference Center in Manhattan, Kansas. The course is designed to help participants gain a valuable understanding of the relationship between cash and futures markets, futures spreads, principles of hedging, and principles of risk management and trading strategies. Understanding the importance of risk management within trading markets is crucial to the security of a company's financial future. Individuals interested in expanding their knowledge of marketplace challenges are encouraged to take advantage of the Risk Management course at the IGP Institute Conference Center in Manhattan, Kansas. The course is designed to help participants gain a valuable understanding of the relationship between cash and futures markets, futures spreads, principles of hedging, and principles of risk management and trading strategies.
A one-week intensive short course on industrial refrigeration as practiced in food freezing, refrigeration andin other low temperature applications. A systematic study is made of the technical background, the practice and the latest developments in low temperature refrigeration. This workshop is offered in February. Started in 1982, this is the 51st offering of the workshop. iPad Camp will be a refreshing day of ideas and activities to help teachers be more productive in their classroom and organized in lesson planning. No more sticky notes stuck here and there. We'll look at teaching and learning with iPads and be reminded of best instructional practices to engage and enhance student learning. We'll finish with reflection ideas on the iPads that will help with planning for the next lesson. What's hAPPening in your class? Come and discover how powerful iPad apps can bring collaboration and creativity into your classroom. Find your classroom " POWER ZONE " while students connect to content. EMPOWER, INSPIRE and INTEGRATE technology in a way that can enhance how you teach and how students learn. It is about creating not just consumption. Come and be inspired.
This course contains no sessions
Annual Conference provides a time when the K-State Research and Extension system comes together to build esprit de corps across the diversity of the workforce, carry out the business of the organization, communicate priorities and vision, celebrate accomplishments and provide for professional growth opportunities for those within the system.
This course contains no sessions
The Kansas Student Affairs Conference (KSAC) provides a high-quality, affordable professional development experience for graduate students, professionals, and faculty members in the field of higher-ed. student affairs.
This course contains no sessions
The workshop aims to provide future CAREER proposal submitters with proposal review experience and interactions with NSF program directors and recent NSF CAREER awardees.
This course contains no sessions
The continuing education program is designed to provide Register of Deeds with a solid educational foundation in public administration and management skills. It also gives Registers up-to-date information about developments in their legal, technological, and administrative environment. To those Registers who successfully complete the program, Kansas State University and the Kansas Register of Deeds Association will jointly issue a certificate designating the candidate a "Certified Kansas Register of Deeds."
Superpave Field Laboratory Technician Certification Training is a 4-day course offered jointly by Kansas State University (K-State) and the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT). This course is intended to certify engineers, technicians, and other personnel who will be involved in the construction of Superpave Hot-Mix Asphalt (HMA) pavements using Quality Control and Quality Assurance (QC/QA) specifications in the State of Kansas. Instruction will be provided by a selected group of instructors from KDOT, industry, and K-State. Successful completion of the course and certification (subjected to a combined passing score on two written tests and a laboratory proficiency test given at the end of the course) will be required for all KDOT and contractor personnel performing tests on these projects.
Women Managing the Farm Conference
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The Academic Chairpersons Conference is an annual forum where academic chairpersons, administrators and faculty from all areas of higher education share the most successful, innovative ideas and strategies to assist each other in becoming more effective in their positions. The conference format includes concurrent sessions of interactive workshops, best practice presentations and roundtable discussions. The emphasis of every conference is to provide practical, usable information in a climate of open discussion and collaborative exchange.
This course contains no sessions
This course contains no sessions
The objective of this training program is for the Kansas State University Cooperative Education Service to provide a broad, practical training program and to help Kansas commercial pesticide applicators meet the requirements for renewal certification.
This course contains no sessions
EXCITE, or Exploring Science, Technology, and Engineering, is designed to encourage and support students in the 9th -12th grades to pursue a future in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and agriculture. The goal of the program is to foster girls' continuing interest in STEM. We offer semester events and a summer workshop on the main K-State campus in Manhattan KS for high school students. All events offer hands-on activities that focus on how scientists and engineers help make the world a better place.
This course contains no sessions
This course contains no sessions
GROW, or Girls Researching Our World, is designed for all students in sixth through eighth grades. The goal of the program is to increase girls' interest in science, technology, engineering & mathematics (STEM) disciplines. Students participate in hands-on activities presented by undergraduate and graduate students and faculty. We offer one-day events and a summer workshop on the main K-State campus in Manhattan KS. All events focus on the role of scientists, engineers, and other STEM professionals in making the world a better place.
Course Objectives: To gain general understanding of the principles of the milling process, understanding the relationship between wheat quality and the effect of the milling process, gain knowledge of what wheat types and products each can produce, and understand flour functionality. Course Topics: Overview of the U.S. wheat production; overview of the general milling process and major milling equipment; principles of mill flow sheets; and milling math (extraction, tempering and blending); flour functionality, flour and dough testing practices and methods. Required Skill Level: No milling experience is required. Who Should Attend: New mill employees, mill HR staff and managers, grain and ingredient procurement managers, feed and flour sales representatives, production schedulers, warehousing and QA personnel, R&D staff, wheat breeders, grain inspection personnel, food program administrators, international wheat/grain traders, journalists, extension agents, wheat commission staff/board members, and agricultural and business economic analysts.
The Department of Grain Science and Industry at Kansas State University, in partnership with industry associations, has held the Feed Manufacturing courses since 1976. These courses are taught by a unique blend of individuals from K-State and within the feed and allied industries to provide in-depth training on all aspects associated with feed manufacturing. The Feed Manufacturing course explores, in detail, the major elements of modern feed manufacturing and examines advances in feed technology. Course Topics: Grain storage and pest control; particle size reduction; batching and mixing; extrusion, drying, cooling; effect of feed processing on animal nutrition; pelleting, cooling, and crumbling; fee and ingredient handling; feed plant design; energy conservation in the feed mill; steam generation systems; molds and mycotoxins. The course will have hands-on sessions at the O.H. Kruse Feed Technology Innovation Center in the areas of batching and mixing, particle size reduction, pelleting, etc.
This course benefits individuals who are responsible for buying U.S. food and feed grains. The course focuses on the mechanics of purchasing raw materials and features detailed discussions of cash and futures markets, financing and ocean transport.
This course benefits individuals who are responsible for buying U.S. food and feed grains. The course focuses on the mechanics of purchasing raw materials and features detailed discussions of cash and futures markets, financing and ocean transport.
This course benefits individuals who are responsible for buying U.S. food and feed grains. The course focuses on the mechanics of purchasing raw materials and features detailed discussions of cash and futures markets, financing and ocean transport.
This course benefits individuals who are responsible for buying U.S. food and feed grains. The course focuses on the mechanics of purchasing raw materials and features detailed discussions of cash and futures markets, financing and ocean transport.
Students completing this course will become proficient at formulating pet foods and have a working knowledge of ingredients, processes, and the software necessary to create new products, revise existing formulas, and perform business and production analysis.
Understanding the importance of risk management within trading markets is crucial to the security of a company's financial future. Individuals interested in expanding their knowledge of marketplace challenges are encouraged to take advantage of the Risk Management course at the IGP Institute Conference Center in Manhattan, Kansas. The course is designed to help participants gain a valuable understanding of the relationship between cash and futures markets, futures spreads, principles of hedging, and principles of risk management and trading strategies.
Understanding the importance of risk management within trading markets is crucial to the security of a company's financial future. Individuals interested in expanding their knowledge of marketplace challenges are encouraged to take advantage of the Risk Management course at the IGP Institute Conference Center in Manhattan, Kansas. The course is designed to help participants gain a valuable understanding of the relationship between cash and futures markets, futures spreads, principles of hedging, and principles of risk management and trading strategies.
Understanding the importance of risk management within trading markets is crucial to the security of a company's financial future. Individuals interested in expanding their knowledge of marketplace challenges are encouraged to take advantage of the Risk Management course at the IGP Institute Conference Center in Manhattan, Kansas. The course is designed to help participants gain a valuable understanding of the relationship between cash and futures markets, futures spreads, principles of hedging, and principles of risk management and trading strategies.
A one-week intensive short course on industrial refrigeration as practiced in food freezing, refrigeration andin other low temperature applications. A systematic study is made of the technical background, the practice and the latest developments in low temperature refrigeration. This workshop is offered in February. Started in 1982, this is the 51st offering of the workshop.
iPad Camp will be a refreshing day of ideas and activities to help teachers be more productive in their classroom and organized in lesson planning. No more sticky notes stuck here and there. We'll look at teaching and learning with iPads and be reminded of best instructional practices to engage and enhance student learning. We'll finish with reflection ideas on the iPads that will help with planning for the next lesson. What's hAPPening in your class? Come and discover how powerful iPad apps can bring collaboration and creativity into your classroom. Find your classroom " POWER ZONE " while students connect to content. EMPOWER, INSPIRE and INTEGRATE technology in a way that can enhance how you teach and how students learn. It is about creating not just consumption. Come and be inspired.
This course contains no sessions
Annual Conference provides a time when the K-State Research and Extension system comes together to build esprit de corps across the diversity of the workforce, carry out the business of the organization, communicate priorities and vision, celebrate accomplishments and provide for professional growth opportunities for those within the system.
This course contains no sessions
The Kansas Student Affairs Conference (KSAC) provides a high-quality, affordable professional development experience for graduate students, professionals, and faculty members in the field of higher-ed. student affairs.
This course contains no sessions
The workshop aims to provide future CAREER proposal submitters with proposal review experience and interactions with NSF program directors and recent NSF CAREER awardees.
This course contains no sessions
The continuing education program is designed to provide Register of Deeds with a solid educational foundation in public administration and management skills. It also gives Registers up-to-date information about developments in their legal, technological, and administrative environment. To those Registers who successfully complete the program, Kansas State University and the Kansas Register of Deeds Association will jointly issue a certificate designating the candidate a "Certified Kansas Register of Deeds."
Superpave Field Laboratory Technician Certification Training is a 4-day course offered jointly by Kansas State University (K-State) and the Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT). This course is intended to certify engineers, technicians, and other personnel who will be involved in the construction of Superpave Hot-Mix Asphalt (HMA) pavements using Quality Control and Quality Assurance (QC/QA) specifications in the State of Kansas. Instruction will be provided by a selected group of instructors from KDOT, industry, and K-State. Successful completion of the course and certification (subjected to a combined passing score on two written tests and a laboratory proficiency test given at the end of the course) will be required for all KDOT and contractor personnel performing tests on these projects.
Women Managing the Farm Conference