Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team are excited to come to Kansas. They plan to film episodes of the hit series AMERICAN PICKERS throughout the region in Spring 2018!
HAYS, Kan. – Fort Hays State University’s Kansas Wetlands Education Center is hosting several free activities over spring break (Saturday, March 17 through March 25).
Work of two students to be presented at conference of nursing research society HAYS, Kan. – The first group of students in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program at Fort Hays State University, in its first full year of operation, will soon graduate.
HAYS, Kan. – A wise man once said, “You don’t know if you’re winning if you don’t keep score.” That man was Bob Schmidt, former president and CEO of Eagle Communications in Hays. Schmidt died in August 2017, but his legend lives on.
Washington D.C.- Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D. introduced the Voluntary Public Access Improvement Act with Rep. Glenn Thompson (R-PA), Rep. Cheri Bustos (D-IL), and Rep Debbie Dingell (D-MI).
HAYS, Kan. – The presidents of Fort Hays State University and Salina Area Technical College came together Tuesday morning in Salina to sign an agreement making it easier and more affordable for people across North Central Kansas to earn a bachelor’s
FHSU virtual career fairs upcoming in March HAYS, Kan. – Having started mowing yards for income at 9 years old, Emily Updegrove learned at a young age the rewards of hard work.
Diane Gasper-O'Brien University Relations and Marketing HAYS, Kan. – There probably aren’t many Americans, especially those from Kansas, who don’t associate the phrases “follow the yellow brick road” and “there’s no place like home,” with “The Wizard of Oz” movie.
HAYS, Kan. – The Department of Leadership Studies at Fort Hays State University has historically offered an international class to students late in the second semester or during the summer months.
HAYS, Kan. – Thanks to an innovative agreement between USD 489 and Fort Hays State University, USD 489 teachers who want master’s degrees now have an opportunity for a break on tuition.
HAYS, Kan. – Kansas high school students choosing to attend Fort Hays State University will be among those eligible for a new scholarship program created by Wichita’s Rudd Foundation.
HAYS, Kan. – Staff from Fort Hays State University's Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science will host six free information sessions across the state for seventh-graders through high school sophomores and their families in February and April.
HAYS, Kan. – Begun in 2000, The Fort Hays State University Cottonwood Music Festival celebrates the genius of chamber music by bringing recognized guest artists to Hays to collaborate with FHSU’s Department of Music and Theatre faculty and students f
HAYS – The Dane G. Hansen Foundation has approved a grant of $250,000 in support of new technology for the two heart catheterization labs (cath labs) at HaysMed’s DeBakey Heart Institute.
HAYS, Kan. -- Online bachelor’s degree programs from Fort Hays State University are still No. 1 in Kansas in the 2018 Best Online Bachelor’s Programs rankings from U.S. News & World Report.
HAYS, Kan. – Applications are open for an entrepreneurship camp for high school students that will be hosted by Fort Hays State University for the first time this summer.
Hays, Kan. -- At a news conference Tuesday morning in Hays, John and Nancy Weber, Oakley, and Developmental Services of Northwest Kansas President/CEO Jerry Michaud announced the establishment of the Joey Weber Endowment.
HAYS, Kan. – Tony Schmidt said he grew up in a house where his parents stressed the importance of faith and giving back. That’s part of the reason why he felt honored Thursday to present to Fort Hays State University a $1 million check from the Rober
HAYS, Kan. – Gerald and Mary Ann Yeager thought a lot of the education they received at Fort Hays State University. Having no children of their own, the Yeagers felt that FHSU was part of their family, and they were donors to the FHSU Foundation