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Early Childhood Laboratory

1701 N. Manhattan Avenue
785-532-2226
Fax: 785-532-3537
E-mail: stonehouse@k-state.edu
www.he.k-state.edu/fshs

The Early Childhood Laboratory, located at the Hoeflin Stone House Early Childhood Education Center, houses a part-day preschool classroom and is sponsored by the School of Family Studies. The Early Childhood Laboratory is licensed by the state and is accredited by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs. The children enrolled in the program range in age from three to five years. Children who are eligible by age to enter kindergarten are not eligible for enrollment in the program. The group is balanced by age and sex of the children. Within these guidelines, children are accepted by date of application. The total group size is 15 children. The half-day preschool sessions are operated Monday through Thursday, 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.

 

K-State Family Center

139 Campus Creek Complex
785-532-6984
Fax: 785-532-6523
E-mail: family@k-state.edu
www.he.k-state.edu/familycenter

The K-State Family Center is the marriage and family therapy clinic housed in the Campus Creek Complex. The Center provides applied educational training to students while offering counseling, family-related educational programs, consultation and mediation services for Manhattan and the surrounding communities. MFT faculty, doctoral and masters interns staff the Family Center providing individual, couple, family and group therapy for a range of mental health and family related issues. The Center uses a sliding fee scale making services affordable for all economic ranges. Appointments are available Monday through Thursday from 8am-9pm and on Fridays from 8am-5pm. The Family Center is also home to the state sponsored home-based family therapy training project providing training on home-based family therapy for clinicians throughout the state of Kansas. This training is sponsored through a contract with KDAD’s.

 

Hoeflin Stone House Early Childhood Education Center

1701 N. Manhattan Ave
785-532-3537
E-mail: stonehouse@k-state.edu
www.he.k-state.edu/stonehouse

The Hoeflin Stone House Early Childhood Education Center is located on the north side of campus at 1701 North Manhattan Avenue. The two-story house and architect-designed playgrounds support the development of young children from six weeks to 5 years of age. Children who are eligible by age to enter kindergarten are not eligible for the program. Eight children are enrolled in the infant room. The toddler group accommodates 10 children. Thirty children are enrolled in the preschool group. The groups are balanced by sex and age of the children. Priority is given to children whose parents work full time. Within these guidelines, children are accepted by date of application. The center is available only for full-day enrollments, five days a week. The hours are 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and the center is open for most of the year, with the exception of university holidays, three weeks in August, and two weeks at the end of December. The Hoeflin Stone House Early Childhood Education Center is licensed by the state and is accredited by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs.

 

Other Research Facilities and Equipment

A variety of specialized facilities is maintained to support research and scholarly work in the humanities, natural sciences, applied sciences, social sciences, and professional areas. Although an exhaustive listing is prohibitive, the following list represents a selection of supporting resources:

  • Aquatic and terrestrial research laboratories
  • Arp electronic music synthesizer
  • Audiovisual materials center
  • Center for Excellence in Computer-Controlled Automation
  • Center for Extended Services and Studies
  • Computer-Aided Design Laboratories
  • Consortium for Political Research data banks
  • Controlled environment test facility
  • Editorial offices of major journals
  • Experimental animal facilities
  • Financial Therapy Clinic
  • Fourier transform spectroscopic laboratory
  • Glassblowing and instrument shops
  • Greenhouses
  • Heliodon and wind tunnel
  • Herbarium and monographic library
  • Insect reference collection
  • Interior architectural shops
  • Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic
  • Near infrared protein laboratory
  • Nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometers
  • Physiology of exercise laboratory
  • Plant disease diagnostic laboratory
  • Population and demographic laboratory
  • Recording Raman spectrometer
  • Scanning electron microscope
  • Soil testing laboratory
  • Speech and Hearing Center
  • Statistical laboratory
  • Textile chemistry laboratory
  • Textile conservation laboratory
  • Transmission electron microscope
  • Veterinary diagnostic laboratory
  • Weather data laboratory
  • Wind and soil erosion laboratory
  • X-ray diffractometers

 

Scholarly and Professional Publications

College of Architecture and Design Newsletter of the Rural/Small Town Planning Division, American Planning Association-information, articles, and essays on the nature of rural/small town planning. Oz, modern architectural trends.Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology Newsletter, information and features on environmental design as place making.

College of Education Educational Considerations, timely papers on educational issues at all levels. Media Adult Learning, research, reviews, papers.

College of Engineering Kansas State Engineer, technical and nontechnical articles on engineering developments. Research Activities, biennial report on research in the College of Engineering.

College of Veterinary Medicine Veterinary and Human Toxicology, toxicology, research, reviews, and field observation.

Continuing Education National Issues in Higher Education, proceedings of annual meetings on educational issues. IDEA Papers, series on college teaching, from the Center for Faculty Evaluation and Development.

Cooperative Agricultural Extension Numerous publications about research, in varied formats for various audiences.

Department of English Literary Magazine Review, reviews of literary magazines and commentary on the international noncommercial literary magazine scene. Touchstone, student literary magazine. The Spenser Newsletter, the official publication of the Spenser Society.

Department of History Journal of the West, history and culture of the U.S. West.

Department of Modern Languages Studies in Twentieth Century Literature, literary theory and practical criticism of 20th-century literature in French, German, Russian, and Spanish (with University of Nebraska, Lincoln).

Libraries Bibliography Series, each bibliography on a different topic.

 

University Press of Kansas

Charles Myers, Director
2502 Westbrooke Circle
Lawrence, Kansas 66045-4444
785-864-4154
785-864-4586 Fax
E-mail: upress@ku.edu
www.kansaspress.ku.edu

Kansas State University, in association with the other five Regents universities, operates and supports the University Press of Kansas for the purpose of publishing scholarly and regional books on a nonprofit basis. K-State joined the consortium in 1967 when the press was officially reorganized by the Kansas Board of Regents. Until mid-1982, the operation was known as the Regents Press of Kansas.

The University Press of Kansas is the first American university press to operate as a statewide consortium under the specific sponsorship of all the state’s universities. A member of the Association of American University Presses since its founding in 1946, the press has published over 1400 titles, with more than 975 currently in print. Its ongoing American Presidency Series, with 35 titles issued to date, has been praised as one of the most interesting and rewarding historical series in this country.

The press is governed by a board of trustees, who are the chief academic officers of the sponsoring institutions and who appoint two members and two alternates from each faculty to serve on the advisory editorial committee.