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A new Kansas State University study from Civil Engineering Professor David Steward, finds that water availability peaked in 2006 for the High Plains Aquifer.


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Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015

Rabies test developed at Kansas State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory receives national support
A new test panel developed at Kansas State University's Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory has the support of a national veterinary organization in a collaborative effort to bring awareness to improve current rabies vaccination practices.

Kansas State University's fall commencement ceremonies Dec. 11-12
Kansas State University's fall commencement ceremonies will be Friday, Dec. 11, on the Manhattan and Kansas State University Polytechnic campuses, and Saturday, Dec. 12, on the Manhattan campus.


Monday, Nov. 30, 2015

Research director joins Kansas State University Bulk Solids Innovation Center as its first hire
Agricultural engineer John Lawrence has joined the Kansas State University Bulk Solids Center as its first research director. Lawrence was selected for the position following an international search.

Grammy winner Aaron Neville brings iconic sound to McCain Auditorium for the holiday season
Aaron Neville, the Grammy winner and soul singer, will bring present a holiday show at Kansas State University's McCain Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 9. 



Expert focus

John Blair

John Blair

Beginning Nov. 30, nearly 150 world leaders are gathering in Paris for the U.N. Climate Conference. They will discuss climate change and the environmental changes from it. John Blair, university distinguished professor of biology, is a terrestrial ecosystem ecologist with broad interests in grassland ecosystems. He conducts research on how a broad range of global changes, including climate change, affect these ecosystem processes.

Blair can be contacted at 785-532-7065 and jblair@k-state.edu.

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