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Phee Boon Kang'73 Prize for Innovation in Teaching with Technology—recognition that is awarded to a Beloit College faculty member for enlisting technology in their teaching. It is named for Phee Boon Kang'73, a college trustee and the co-founder of the Allard Institute.

Kappa Gamma Lambda—local sorority until 2006, when it chartered with Kappa Delta, a national sorority. If the sorority must be referred to by a nickname, use KD. Avoid use of the word "Kappa" as a nickname to minimize confusion with Kappa Gamma Gamma (another national sorority). See appendix.

Karris Track & Field—at Strong Stadium, an artifical turf field used primarily for football and lacrosse, surrounded by an NCAA competition-quality eight-lane track. 

Karris Field—built in 1997 for intercollegiate practice area and intramural sports; at north end of campus across Woodward Avenue. See appendix.

Keck Geology Consortium—12 colleges committed to undergraduate education in geology through intercollegiate programs that engage students and faculty in cooperative research. Among its founders was Beloit College Professor Emeritus Hank Woodard.

Keefer and Keefer lecture—a campus-wide lecture given once each semester by the Gayle and William Keefer Professor of the Humanities.

Kemper Lab—computer lab in Campbell Hall, mainly for economics and management courses. See appendix.

Koehler Room—a meeting space in Chapin Hall. See appendix.

Kwanzaa—midwinter African-American celebration.

Kwok classroom—music classroom on the main level of Eaton Chapel. See appendix.