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News and Communications Services
Kansas State University
128 Dole Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506



785-532-7355 fax


About News and Communications Services

News and Communications Services partners with all four campuses to identify and share compelling stories about the people and programs that make Kansas State University one of the top universities in the nation. Relying on professional news experience, our team provides information about everything from faculty research and programs to student initiatives and breaking news. Services include news release writing and distribution, production of the university's daily newsletter, K-State Today, and coordination of media access to world-renowned campus experts. Our professional staff also provides writing support for newsletters, magazines, marketing collateral and many other print and electronic vehicles to tell the Kansas State University story.

Current News 

Monday, Jan. 26, 2015

Study finds rabies booster defends pets with out-of-date vaccination against the disease
A new study by Kansas State University veterinary diagnosticians finds that pets with out-of-date rabies vaccinations are very unlikely to develop the fatal disease if given a rabies booster immediately after exposure to the virus. The finding gives pet owners, veterinarians and public health officials new options when faced with the difficult situation of quarantining or even euthanizing a pet that has been exposed to the rabies virus.


McCain Performance Series features Broadway hit 'Sister Act' on Feb. 6
Catch the Broadway musical comedy "Sister Act" at Kansas State University's McCain Auditorium. The performance will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 6.



Expert focus

Susan Nelson

Susan NelsonSusan Nelson, a veterinarian and clinical associate professor in the Veterinary Health Center, is encouraging pet owners to be alert to seasonal health issues, especially as the temperature drops. 

She has recommendations for keeping pets warm and healthy while they are outside, as well as safety tips for pets brought inside during cold weather.

Nelson can be reached at 785-532-5690 and snelson@vet.k-state.edu


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