The first of four finalists for Emporia State’s next provost and vice president for academic affairs will be on campus Wednesday (Nov. 9) to interview and meet various stakeholders as well as tour the Emporia community.
News in 2022
The 31st annual National Teachers Hall of Fame auction with the goal of raising money for the Class of 2023 induction activities includes a new format this year in addition to the always popular live radio auction format. The online format of the auction is available at http://go.charityauctionstoday.com/bid/654 and features items separate from items sold during the live radio auction. Bidding for the online items starts Monday, Nov. 7 at 8 a.m. and concludes Monday, Nov. 21 at noon.
Tune in at 5 p.m. Thursday (Nov. 3) to watch the finalist teams pitch their ideas as part of the fifth annual Community Impact Challenge, a grant competition where Emporia State University student teams propose creative ideas to address challenges facing the ESU or greater Emporia community.
Emporia State is investing in new and continued educational opportunities, programming, curriculum changes, career pathways and systematic reviews of policies and practices designed to increase retention and graduation rates among historically marginalized populations.
An Emporia State alum retired from a successful career with AMC Theatres returns to his alma mater to present the Sam E. and Jeannene Hayes Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 27.
For the first time since 2019, Emporia State’s Homecoming celebration brings back live theatre, a gala banquet and other in-person events planned by both ESU Alumni and the student Homecoming committee.
Investments in both faculty and infrastructure for Emporia State’s Department of Nursing will benefit current and future students as well as supply excellent nurses for the state of Kansas.
Emporia State University Special Collections and Archives invites the campus and community to events in celebration of October as American Archives Month. All events will take place in the Exhibit Hall outside Room 119 of William Allen White Library.
Investments in the Computer Science program in Emporia State’s School of Business will prepare students for the fastest-growing career fields in the nation and answer student and employer needs.
Two murder cases with ties to Emporia are the focus of the first two sessions of the fourth annual Master of Science in Forensic Science Seminar Series at Emporia State University. The five seminars throughout the 2022-23 academic year focus on “Kansas Crimes.”