K-STATERS IN THE NEWS - JUNE 2011

K-State's news services staff keeps track of news stories and features appearing in the media about K-State faculty and programs. If you know of a current article that we don't have listed, please let us know and we will add it.

K-State faculty members have a great reputation for being helpful to the news media. We see the results of this cooperation in national and regional news clips.

Athletics, John Currie, "Letter From Kansas State A.D. John Currie," 6/30/11 WIBW

Alumnus, Lee Borck, "Lee Borck: Visionary Leader In The Heartland," 6/30/11 Drover's Cattle Network

Civil engineering, Robert Stokes, "KSU Prof: Roads Can Handle New Speed Limit," 6/30/11 Topeka Capital Journal http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/speedlimits63011.html

K-State, "Second Rabid Skunk Found In Saline County," 6/30/11 Salina Journal

Alumnus, Clinton Whiteley, "CEO: Nitride Solutions In Business With $1.8 Million," 6/30/11 The Wichita Eagle

Scholarship administration, James Hohenbary, students, Kyle Van Horn, Christopher Lemon, Sofia Emi Pablo-Hoshino, "Three K-State Students Win Fullbrights," 6/29/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/fulbright62911.html

Research and extension, Greg McClure, "County's Wheat Booms As State's Crop Busts," 6/29/11 Manhattan Mercury

K-State, "Best Small Places For Business And Careers," 6/29/11 Forbes, Sioux City Journal

Adjunct professor, M.J. Morgan, "'Lost Towns' Can Now Be Found After Recent Gift," 6/29/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/chapman62711.html

K-State, "*New Republic: Sotomayor The Symbol Of Liberal Wing," 6/29/11 NPR

 K-State, "Cooperation Needed To Resolve Deficit," 6/29/11 Phys.org http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/deficits62811.html

K-State, "Nigerians In Kansas, Nebraska To Survey Hard Red Winter Wheat," 6/29/11 Kansas Farmer

K-State, "Whismsical Bunkers I've Seen On Golf Vacations," 6/29/11 Golf Vacation Insider

K-State, "5 Tips To Use The Summer Before College Wisely," 6/29/11 U.S. News and World Report http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/socialchange62911.html

Student, Amy Kraus, "Promoting Passions," 6/29/11 Salina Journal

Human nutrition, Mark Haub, "Frank Adams Show," Sirium XM Radio, 6/28/11.

Marketing, Esther Swilley, "Cellphone 'Attachment' Studied," 6/28/11 6/28/11 Manhattan Mercury, Mangalorean.com, Science Daily, UPI, 6/29/11 Economic Times, Live Science, Psych Central, Tom's Guide, Prokerla.com, 7/1/11 CIO Today, Consumer Affairs http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/phoneattitude62811.html

Agricultural economics, Sean Fox, "Biofuels Fueling Rising Food Costs," 6/28/11 Food Production News, 6/29/11McPherson Sentinel http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/foodprices62711.html

K-State, "K-State Athletic Department Recognized," 6/28/11 Topeka Capital-Journal

Animal sciences and industry, Chris Reinhardt, "Heat Stress Warning For This Week," 6/28/11 Dairy Herd Management

Anthropology, sociology, and social work, Michael Wesch, "Other News In Brief: International Conference Explores Visual Media In Education," 6/28/11 Build.ie

Public and alumni relations, Natalie Blair, "Class On Using Social Media Offered," 6/28/11 Salina Journal

K-State, "*Weight Loss Plans: Hot Dogs, A New Health Food?," 6/27/11 ADI News

National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility, "Grants By Kansas Bioscience Authority May Violate Statute," 6/27/11 Watch Dog, 6/29/11 Kansas Reporter

Veterinary medicine, Ralph Richardson, alumna, Sara Craven, "Tight Job Market Squeezes Large-Animal Veterinarians," 6/27/11 VIN News

Family studies and human services, Bronwyn Fees, apparel, textiles, and interior design, Joycelyn Burdett, "KSU Students Create Autism Vests For Class," 6/27/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/autismvest62711.html

K-State, "*Protective Flood Berm Collapses At Ft. Calhoun Nuclear Plant; KSU Has Radioactive Leak," 6/27/11 The People's Voice, 6/28/11 Intelligence Daily

K-State, "*K-State to Again Give Away Scholarships At Oshkosh," 6/27/11 Aviation Maintenance Technology, 6/29/11 Wichita Business Journal

K-State, "How Gates Boxed In Panetta," 6/27/11 Consortium News, 6/28/11 No Quarter

Diagnostic medicine and pathobiology, Doug Powell, "Lessons In Biosecurity," 6/27/11 Dairy Herd Management

K-State, "A Green Roof For Silo House," 6/27/11 Greensburg GreenTown

Students, Megan Henderson, Nicole Lordemann, "Two Kansas Planes Finish Air Race Classic," 6/26/11 Topeka Capital Journal, 6/29/11 KSALhttp://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/airrace61311.html

Athletics, John Currie, "Currie: Renovation Key To KSU's Image," 6/26/11 Manhattan Mercury

Athletics, Frank Martin, "On Her Home Court: Anya Martin Discusses What It's Like To Be Married To A College Basketball Coach," 6/26/11 Manhattan Mercury

Political science, Dale Herspring, "NATO Allies Must Do Their Share Militarily," 6/26/11 Manhattan Mercury

Scholarship administration, James Hohenbary, "KSU Student Will Spend Year Studying Arabic In Middle East," 6/26/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/boren62411.html

Nuclear Reactor Facility, Jeff Geuther, "False Alarm: No Damage To Kansas State Nuclear Reactor," 6/26/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/reactor62411.html

Student life, Gayle Spencer, "Still Waiting On The Bus," 6/26/11 Manhattan Mercury

Clinical sciences, Rachel Allbaugh, "Don't Give Up On A Dog That Has Diabetes," 6/25/11 Wichita Eagle

K-State, "USDA Seeks Grant Applications To Help Create Jobs," 6/25/11 Newton Kansan

K-State, "Get Out And Play: A Look At The Nature Conservancy's Kansas Lands," 6/25/11 Wichita Eagle

K-State, "Grandson Bullish On Ike's Legacy," 6/25/11 Abilene Reflector-Chronicle

Research and extension, Judy O'Mara, "Partly Brown Evergreens Reflecting The Past," 6/24-25/11 Manhattan Mercury, 6/26/11 Kansas City InfoZine

K-State, "Why City Life Is Frying Your Brain," 6/24/11 Men's Health

Former faculty, Ray Kurtz, Jan Wissman, "Discussions Designed To Give United Way Say In Local Education," 6/24-25/11 Manhattan Mercury

Advanced Manufacturing Institute, Manveen Saini, "K-State Tech Aids Rurual Economic Development," 6/23/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/techodevo62311.html

Alumni, Clare Porter, Kenneth Porter, Georgiana Avery Porter, Thomas Avery, "$1 Million Bequest In Honor Of KSU Family Ties," 6/23/11 KTKA, Manhattan Mercury, The Republic, Topeka Capital-Journal, WIBW, Wichita Eagle, 6/27/11 KMAN, Hays Post http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/porter62311.html

K-State, "Lawrence, Manhattan In Top Five For Nation's Youngest Metros," 6/23/11 Wichita Business Journal

K-State, "K-State Salina Camp Will Teach Teens To Create Apps," 6/23/11 KSAL

K-State, "USDA Seeks Grant Applicants," 6/23/11 Topeka Capital-Journal

Diagnostic medicine & pathobiology, Doug Powell, "Commercially Grown Sprouts As Risky As Uncooked Seafood: UBC Study," 6/23/11 Vancouver Sun

Plant pathology, Anna Whitfield, Erick de Wolf, "Plant Pathologist Finding Kansas Wheat Fields A Molecular Battleground This Season," 6/22/11 McPherson Sentinel, PhysOrg, 6/23/11 First Science, 6/24/11 High Plains Journal http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/whitfieldwheat62211.html

Music, Nora Lewis, Steven Maxwell, "How MTV Killed The Radio Star And Changed Culture Forever," 6/22/11 Kansas City InfoZine http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/mtv62111.html

Clinical sciences, Dan Thomson, "Cattle Welfare Assessment Tools Promoted," 6/22/11 Ag Journal

Student life, Pat Bosco, housing and dining services, Derek Jackson, "KSU Housing Faces Overcrowding," 6/22/11 Manhattan Mercury, 6/23/11 Kansas City Star, 6/24/11 WIBW, 6/27/11 KMBC Kansas City, Wichita Eagle, 6/26/11 Manhattan Mercury (editorial) http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/housingoptions62211.html

Salina engineering technology, Eduard Plett, students, Kenny Ham, Alan Downie, Bonnie Sanchez, Eric Swenson, "Making Waves: K-State's Solar Boat Team Goes To International Competition," 6/22/11 KSAL http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/solarsplash62211.html

K-State, "Letter: College costs," 6/22/11 Topeka Capital Journal

K-State, "Equine Virus Not Yet A Threat To Abilene Area," 6/22/11 Abilene Reflector-Chronicle

K-State, "No Mass Transit For Manhattan Area," 6/22/11 KSNT

Student, Kylee Naccarato, "MLS Internship Gives Hutch Native A Kick," 6/22/11 Hutchinson News

K-State, "*Community News/Becker's Team Wins Design Competition," 6/21/11 Emporia Gazette

Agricultural economics, Sean Fox, "Cloned Meat Divides Consumers In US And EU," 6/21/11 UPI, Science Codex, Kansas City InfoZine, UPI.com, MeatProcess.com,  Food Navigator, 6/23/11 Food Quality News, 6/27/11 Australian Food News http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/cloning62111.html

Professor Emeritus, Bob Wolf, "EPA Targets Pesticide Spray Drift," 6/21/11 KFGO (Minnesota)

Former professor, Tom Mooney, professor emeritus, Les Fraizer, "Retired KSU Professors To Speak On NBAF," 6/21/11 Manhattan Mercury

Sociology, anthropology, & social work, Michael Wesch, "Collaborative HTML5 Video Collage Explores The Visions Of Students Today," 6/20/11 Social Times

K-State, "KU Summer Program Opens Doors For Migrant Workers' Children," 6/20/11 Lawrence Journal World

Finance, Eric Higgins, "Stopping Foreclosures Delay Will Bring Housing Improvement, Study Says," 6/20/11 PhysOrg, Kansas City InfoZine, 6/21/11 Consumer Affairs, Housing Bubble Blog via Consumer Affairs, LoanSafe.org, Manhattan Mercury, 6/22/11 Innovations Report, 6/28/11 The Daily Caller http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/foreclosure62011.html

Chemical engineering, Vikas Berry, students, Kabeer Jasuja, Nihar Mohanty, "KSU Students Named '20 Best Grad Students' In The World," 6/21/11 Manhattan Mercury, 6/24/11 AtoZ Nanostructures http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/gsas62111.html

Biosecurity Research Institute, Julie Johnson, "What's Going On At BRI?" 6/21/11 Manhattan Mercury

K-State Olathe, National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility, "Creating A "Silicon Valley" Of Our Own," 6/20/11 Thinking Bigger Business Magazine

Former student, Rylan Ortiz, "Recycling Can Be A Hit At Outdoor Events," 06/20/11 Greater Tulsa Reporter Newspapers

Student, Josh Carroll, "Not Just A Frisbee Toss: Local Disc Golfers Take Fast, Casual Sport Seriously," 6/20/11 Hutchinson News

K-State, "What Patrons Want: Five Star Vending Adds Cashless To Increase K-State Sales Campuswide," 6/19/11 Vending Times

Information Technology Assistance Center, Shalin Hai-Jew, "Through Hell And Back; Navy Seal Reflects," 6/19/11 Manhattan Mercury

Landscape architecture and regional and community planning, Eric Bernard, "The 'Why' Of High Water," 6/19/11 Manhattan Mercury

Political science, Dale Herspring, "Eagleburger Was A Giant Of Diplomacy," 6/19/11 Manhattan Mercury

Diagnostic medicine and pathobiology, Bob Rowland, "Lessons From Dad: Sometimes They Lead To A Shared Career," 6/19/11 Manhattan Mercury

Animal sciences and industry, Larry Hollis, "Beware Of Blister Beetle Toxicity," 6/19/11 Cattle Network, 6/20/11 Kansas City InfoZine

Architecture, Vladimir Krstic, "Star Magazine | Reading Our City, Through Architecture, From A To Z," 6/18/11 Kansas City Star

Horticulture, forestry, and recreation, Ward Upham, "Gardener's Almanac," 6/18/11 Kansas City Star

National Bio- And Agro-Defense Facility, "Kansas Bioscience Authority Operating Plan Approved," 6/17/11 KC Community News

Diagnostic medicine and pathobiology, Douglas Powell, "Steak Made From Human Excrement: Is It Safe?" 6/17/11 My Health News Daily, 6/18/11 Daily India, 6/20/11 All Headline News, 6/23/11 Mother Nature Network

Center for Engagement and Community Development, "Food Deserts | Closed Grocery Stores Leave A Void In Rural Areas," 6/17/11 Kansas City Star

National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility, "National Bio And Agro-Defense Facility Will Play Key Role In Kansas City's Future," 6/17/11 Kansas City Business Journal, 6/19/11 NBAFblog.com

Aviation, Kurt Barnhart, "Educators Explore Day In Life Of Soldiers," 6/17/11 1st Infantry Division Post

K-State police, Don Stubbings, "KSU Police Issue 308 Tickets," 6/17/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/clickit61711.html

Education, Michael Holen, "Holen To Retire From K-State Next Year," 6/17/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/holenretire61711.html

K-State, "1/4 Scale Tractor Student Design Winners Named," 6/17/11 AgriMarketing, 6/18/11 Topeka Capital-Journal

Hospitality management and dietetics, Elizabeth Barrett, student, Matthew VanShenkhof, "Conservation On The Menu: Study Can Help Decrease Water Usage In Restaurants," 6/17/11 Innovations Report, 6/18/11 Kansas City InfoZine http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/restaurantwater61411.html

Sociology, anthropology, and social work, Michael Wesch, "Education In The Age Of Google And Wikipedia," 6/16/11 Mind/Shift

K-State, "Regents Elect New Chair," 6/16/11 Pittsburg Morning Sun, WIBW

Research and extension, Jennifer Wilson, "RCPD Asks Commission To Expedite Budget," 6/16/11 Manhattan Mercury

Mechanical and nuclear engineering, Warren White, Dale Schinstock, "Get Your Motor Runnin', Head Into The Classroom," 6/16/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/motorlab61611.html

Alumna, Martha Giraldo, plant pathology, Barbara Valent, "KSU Researcher's Dissertation Proves Award-Worthy," 6/16/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/postdocawd61611.html

K-State, "Regents OK Tuition Hike At State Universities," 6/16/11 Kansas City Star, KSNT, KTKA, Lawrence Journal-World, Manhattan Mercury, Topeka Capital-Journal, WIBW, Wichita Eagle Blogs, 6/17/11 Emporia Gazette, 7/6/11 Classes2Careers, The Miami County Republic

K-State, "Athletic Departments See Surge Financially In Down Economy," 6/16/11 USA Today

K-State, "Regents Vote To Raise The Cost Of Taking The High-School Equivalency Test," 5/16/11 Wichita Eagle

K-State at Salina, "Mediator To Help Resolve Plume Problem," 6/16/11 Salina Journal, 6/17/11 Manhattan Mercury

Salina continuing education, Heather Wagoner, "Sky's The Limit At Aviation Camp," 6/16/11 KTKA, Salina Journal, San Antonio Express-News, Topeka Capital-Journal, WIBW, Wichita Eagle

Computing & information science, Dan Andresen, "Cloud Computing Unlocks Possibilities But Raises Security Concerns," 6/15/11 Kansas City Star (front page)

Biology, Susan Brown, "Manhattan Project Of Entomology," 6/15/11 Biofortified

National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility, "Kansas Bioscience Authority Plans To Invest $29.7M, Including More In Wichita," 6/15/11 Lawrence Journal-World, 6/16/11 Kansas City Business Journal

National Bio- And Agro- Defense Facility, "In The Defense Of Food And Health," 6/15/11 In Focus (by the National Academies)

National Bio- And Agro- Defense Facility, "Tester: Proposed Federal Lab Endangers U.S. Beef," 6/15/11 Billings Gazette, 6/17/11 Jon Tester Website, PoliticalNews.Me, Outbreak News, 6/20/11 Daily Yonder

K-State, "Mizzou Hydrogen Car Team Showcases Car To NASCAR Fans In Kansas City," 6/15/11 The Maneater

K-State, "In Relative Terms, Kansas And Missouri State Lawmakers Are Not Well Educated," 6/15/11 Pitch

K-State, "KSU Faculty To Mentor Junior College Students," 6/15/11 Manhattan Mercury

Athletics, Cliff Rovelto, student, Erik Kynard, "K-State's Kynard A National Champion," 6/15/11 Manhattan Mercury

K-State, "Food Animal Well-Being -- See What I See," 6/15/11 Drover's Cattle Network

Athletics, John Currie, "Shawnee Toddler's Legacy Lives In Acts Of Kindness," 6/15/11 Shawnee Dispatch

K-State, "Actress Danica Mckellar Talks About Math At The Carlsen Center," 6/14/11 Kansas City InfoZine

Biological and agricultural engineering, Joe Harner, Jim Schmidt, Lou Ann Claassen, Ed Brokesh, J. Pat Murphy, Darrell Oard, "KSU Team Wins Eighth Championship," 6/14/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/quarterscale61411.html

K-State, "*Biofuel News Roundup," 6/13/11 ICIS Green Chemicals

Agricultural economics, David Lambert, "*Farmers' Successful Year Helps Other Parts Of U.S. Economy," 6/13/11 Kansas City Star

Agronomy, Jim Shroyer, Plant pathology, Doug Jardine, "K-State Provides Wheat, Crop Updates On Facebook," 6/13/11 High Plains Journal

English, Anne Phillips, Naomi Wood, "Pick Of The Posts: Children's Books Not Always Successful As Movies," 6/13/11 Children's Literature Network, 6/14/11 Kansas City InfoZine, 6/19/11 Kansas City InfoZine http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/bookstomovies61311.html

K-State, "When Wives Can't Sleep, Marriage May Suffer," 6/13/11 DailyMed News, HealthDay

Students, Nicole Lordemann, Megan Henderson, "Two K-State Salina Pilots Preparing For Historic All-Female Race," 6/12/11 Manhattan Mercury, 6/13/11 KSAL, 6/14/11KSNT, 6/21/11 Salina Journal, 6/22/11 Topeka Capital-Journal, Hutchinson News http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/airrace61311.html

K-State, "*Kansas State University Graduates ," 6/12/11 Hutchinson News

K-State, "Letter: Celebrating Kansas," 6/12/11 Topeka Capital-Journal

K-State, "Trivia To Test Your Purple Pride," 6/12/11 Manhattan Mercury

K-State, "After Two-Year Rehabilitation, Historic Goodnow House To Re-Open," 6/12/11 Manhattan Mercury

Grain science, David Frey, "KSU Fellows Reach Out To Tajikistan Farmers," 6/12//11 Manhattan Mercury

Housing and dining, Derek Jackson, Chuck Werring, student life, Pat Bosco, "New KSU Housing, Dining Services Director Named," 6/12/11 Manhattan Mercury, Food Management New http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/jackson60911.html

Political science, Dale Herspring, "Obama Names New Chairman Of Joint Chiefs," 6/12/11 Manhattan Mercury

K-State, "*Northeast Kansas Happenings," 6/11/11 Topeka Capital Journal

K-State, "Three-Year Anniversary Of Severe Kansas Weather Outbreak," 6/11/11 KSAL

Clinical sciences, Dan Thomson, "Chefs Trade Steamy Kitchens For Summer Farm Visits," 6/11/11 Ag Connection

K-State, "Emporian Featured At K-State Gallery," 6/10/11 Emporia Gazette

K-State, "Mayville Briefs On Plans For Post At MRC Luncheon In Manhattan," 6/10/11 First Infantry Division Post

National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility, "Governor Touts Animal Health As Economic Opportunity," 6/9/11 WIBW

Veterinary medicine, "Statehouse Live: Brownback Says ‘Zero Tolerance' If Improprieties Found At Bioscience Agency," 6/9/11 Lawrence Journal-World

Geography, John Harrington Jr., "John Harrington Interview," 6/9/11 WATR 1320 AM http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/may11/harrington53111.html

President Kirk Schulz, "Kansas Animal Health Economic Summit To Broadcast Online," 6/8/11 KMBZ, NECN, Salina Journal, The Republic, USA Today via Kansas City InfoZine, WIBW, Wichita Eagle, 6/9/11 Hutchinson News, Noodls, 6/10/11 KMUW 89.1, The Pig Site, 6/17/11 High Plains Journal, Kansas Farmer

K-State, "A 'Real Housewife' Commits A Kitchen No-No," 6/8/11 Philadelphia Inquirer

Engineering, John English, "*More Engineers On The Way," 6/8/11 Kansas City Community News/Johnson County Sun

Research and extension, Art Barnaby, "Drought In Southwest Kansas Wheat Fields Is Worst Since Dust Bowl," 6/8/11 Kansas City Star

Student, Brock Burnick, "Patrick's People: Girard's Brock Burnick Wins FFA Award For Career Accomplishments," 6/8/11 Pittsburg Morning Sun

Students, "KSU Grads To Compete In Rally," 6/8/11 Manhattan Mercury

K-State, "K-State Murals Restored," 6/8/11 Topeka Capital-Journal, Greenfield (Ind.) Reporter, Lawrence Journal World, The Republic, Victoria Advocate, WIBW, Wichita Eagle, KSAL, 6/12/11 Manhattan Mercury, 7/1/11 The Republican, Westport News, Wichita Eagle http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/murals60211.html

Diagnostic medicine pathobiology, Michael Dryden, "Readily Available Flea and Tick Products Might Not be the Bargain You Think," 6/8/11 Chicago Now, Bangor (Maine) Daily News

Agronomy, Chuck Rice, "Climate Change Threatens World Food Production," 6/7/11 Voice of America

Diagnostic medicine pathobiology, Douglas Powell, "Salmonella Infections on the Rise, CDC Says," 6/7/11 My Health News Daily

Geography, John Harrington Jr., "Wild Winds: Changes In Weather Patterns Creating More Severe Storms," 6/7/11 Science Daily http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/may11/harrington53111.html

Biosecurity Research Institute, Stephen Higgs, research, Ron Trewyn, "Infectious Disease Expert Selected To Lead Biosecurity Research Institute," 6/7/11 KSAL, 6/8/11 Sabetha Herald, Bridle and Bit http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/bridirector60711.html

Student, James Kale Monk, "Student Receives Award," 6/7/11Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/monk60611.html

International programs, Sara Thurston-Gonzalez, "KSU Director Travels To Korea," 6/7/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/gonzalez60611.html

Facilities, Mark George, "Justin Addition Under Construction," 6/7/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/justin60611.html

Biology, Beth Montelone, K-State Olathe, John Pascarella, "KSU Olathe To Hold Science Workshop," 6/7/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/foodsafetyteach60611.html

K-State, "FFAers Encouraged To Find 'Inner Compass'," 6/6/11 Clay Center Dispatch

K-State, "Study Shows Corn Gene Provides Resistance To Multiple Diseases," 6/6/11 Farm and Dairy

Geography, John Harrington, “*MA Tornado Coverage - Climatologist, John Harrington,” 6/6/11 WAMC Northeast Public Radio, Albany, N.Y.

Former professor, Raj Nathan, alumna, Diana Nathan, "$100,000 To KSU Engineering," 6/6/11 Manhattan Mercury, 6/10/11 KSNT, Topeka Capital-Journal, Wichita Eagle, The Republic, KTKA, 6/11/11 Hutchinson News, 6/17/11 San Leandro India West http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/nathan60311.html

Educational leadership, Mary Devin, "Educational Leaders, KSU Partner," 6/6/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/keli60311.html

K-State, “Ag Food Chain Workshop Helps Educators Get Educated,” 6/6/11 High Plains Journal

Political science, Joe Aistrup, “Legislature Delivers To Voters,” 6/6/11 KMAN

K-State, “*College Notes,” 6/5/11 Hutchinson News

Agronomy, Clenton Owensby, “Range Fires Ignite Dispute,” 6/5/11 Wall Street Journal

Political science, Dale Herspring, "Diplomacy Is Complicated, As Obama Is Learning," 6/5/11 Manhattan Mercury

Kinesiology, Craig Harms, "Exercise May Be Just What The Doctor Ordered," 6/5/11 Manhattan Mercury

Sociology, anthropology, & social work, Laszlo Kulcsar, “Kansas, Missouri Buck The Trend Of Shrinking Midwest Populations,” 6/5/11 Kansas City Star, 6/6/11 St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Topeka Capital-Journal, Wichita Eagle, 6/7/11 Hutchinson News

K-State, “Hispanics Keeping Rural Towns Afloat,” 6/5/11 Futurity.org

Beach Museum of Art, Lorne Render, Linda Duke, “Beach Museum Names New Director,” 6/5/11 Topeka Capital Journal, 6/6/11 KTKA, San Antonio Express-News, The Examiner, The Republic, Westport News, 6/7/11 Hutchinson News, 6/8/11 The Washington Examiner http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/may11/lindaduke53111.html

Students, Colin Tipton, Trista Gorrell, Dustin Turner, Cade Pacey, Paul Bentz, Luke Broberg, Matt Wesely, “KSU Salina Mini-Baja Team Sets Record,” 6/4/11 Salina Journal http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/baja60311.html

Alumnus, Brett Goetz, “Facebook Group Started To Help Depressed Teens,” 6/4/11 Hutchinson News, 6/8/11 Salina Journal, Topeka Capital-Journal, 6/9/11 Daily Journal, Manhattan Mercury, Wichita Eagle

Beach Museum of Art, Bill North, "Native Son Wins Best Of Show At Art Fair," 6/4/11 Topeka Capital-Journal

Psychology, Laura Brannon, "Prophecies Attract All Kinds," 6/3/11 Manhattan Mercury

Diagnostic medicine & pathobiology, “Tracing E. Coli Outbreaks To The Source Takes Gumshoes, Luck,” 6/3/11 NPR, GPB News

K-State, "Sculpture To Honor Military Sacrifice," 6/3/11 1st Infantry Division Post http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/may11/wwIImemorial51911.html

Geography, John Harrington Jr., "*Frequent Tornadoes a Symptom of Jet Stream Change," 6/2/11 Discovery News, Our Amazing Planet

Political science, Joe Aistrup, "How Would Reagan Fare With Today's GOP?" 6/2/11 Wichita Eagle/Op-ed

K-State Olathe, "Creating A “Silicon Valley" Of Our Own," 6/2/11 Olathe News, Thinking Bigger Business Media

Former faculty, Tom Manney, National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility, "Kansas Bio-Defense Lab Will Get Tornado Upgrade," 6/2/11 Kansas City Star, USA Today via McClatchy, 6/3/11 6 News Lawrence, Olathe News, San Antonio Express-News, Topeka Capital Journal, WIBW, KMBC, KAKE, Lawrence Journal World, Victoria Advocate, Westport News, 6/4/11 Hutchinson News, Wichita Eagle, 6/6/11 Homeland Security News

K-State, "Harry Potter, Quidditch, And The American University," 6/2/11 Psychology Today

K-State, "Kansas Boys' State To Begin Session," 6/2/11 KOAM-TV, 6/3/11 Hutchinson News, San Antonio Express-News, KOAM-TV, KTKA, Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/boysstate60211.html

Student, Tony Dyck, "Southwestern Heights Announces 2010-11 Awards, Scholarships," 6/2/11 Leader & Times

K-State, "K-State Constitution Workshop," 6/2/11 Manhattan Mercury http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun11/socstud60211.html

President Kirk Schulz, "Animal Health Summit Set For Manhattan," 6/1/11 Topeka Capital Journal,  WIBW, Ag Connection, KMWU

Political science, Krishna Tummala, "*Kansas State University Offers Flexible MPA Program," 6/1/11 GovPro

Veterinary Medicine, Beth Davis, "Virus Slamming Horse Population," 6/1/11 Agriculture.com

Geology, Keith Miller, "The Geologic Record Of Global Climate Change: Context For Modern Global Warming,"6/1/11 Kansas Citizens for Science

Sociology, anthropology, and socialwork, Michael Wesch, "Brock Briefs," 6/1/11 Brock Press

K-State, "Boys And Girls State Honorees," 6/1/11 Fort Scott Tribune

K-State, "Senator Pat Roberts Attends First Ag Committee Field Hearing On Farm Bill," 6/1/11 Political News

Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development, Ron Wilson, "Two Events Set At Pony Express Historic Site," 6/1/11 Salina Journal