K-Staters in the news - July 2012

Horticulturist Dennis Patton, “Time For Some Frank Trash Talk,” 7/31/12 Joco 913

Kansas State University, "Kansas Bioscience Authority Releases Plan For The Coming Year," 7/31/12 Kansas City Business Journal

Student, Casey Weber, "What Is The Right Amount Of Fiber For Kids?," 7/31/12 MediLexicon

Curriculum and instruction, Lotta Larson, "The Digital Student: E-Books, Tablets And Even Smartphones Becoming Classroom Staples," 7/31/12 Phys.org

University architect, David McMullen, "Construction On Track At K-State's Football Stadium," 7/31/12 WIBW-Topeka

Kansas State University, "Can College Dining Halls Promote Student Success?," 7/31/12 Psychology Today

Engineering, Hayder Rasheed, Yacoub Najjar, student, Ahmed Al-Rahmani "K-State Civil Engineers Develop Method For Preventing Bridge Collapses," 7/31/12 Jug of Snyder

Military History, Richard Myers, "75 Reasons You Don't Need A Ivy League Degree," 7/31/12 CBS News

Engineering, Bette Grauer, "Engineering Industry Works To Gain Female Students," 7/31/12 Kansas City Star

Kansas State University, "Governor Asks For Insurance Coverage For Crops," 7/31/12 WIBW

Extension Ag. economist, Troy Dumler, ag. economist, Glynn Tonsor, beef systems, Justin Waggoner, cow/calf specialist, Bob Weaber, "K-State Beef Conference Set For Aug. 9," 7/31/12 Farm Talk

Family studies and human services, Kristy Archuleta, "The (Ree)lationship Guide: If You're Making More Money Than Your Man...," 7/31/12 Your Black World, Black Like Moi

Anthropologist, Michael Wesch, "Anthropologist, Media Ecologist And Assistant Professor Michael Wesch To Speak At MHA Annual Meeting: July 30, 2012," 7/30/12 Minnesota Hospital Association

Student, Shane Olberding, "Abilene Teen Killed In Geary Co. Rollover Accident," 7/30/12 WIBW, KMAN, Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "The Importance Of The University Of Missouri Press," 7/30/12 Academe Magazine

Agronomy, Mary Knapp, "Sunday's 108 Temperature Is Likely A Record," 7/30/12 Lawrence Journal-World

Kansas State University, "Understanding Hydrogen Bonding," 7/30/12 Crystal Engineering Comm

Student Life, Karen Low, "Colleges Are Taking A Closer Look At Crime-Reporting Procedures," 7/30/12 Kansas City Star

Student, Casey Weber, "Future Of Fiber: Researcher Seeks To Update Fiber Recommendation In Children, Increase Understanding Of Nutrient," 7/30/12 Medical Xpress

Student, Abbey Pomeroy, "Pomeroy Riding High At Rodeo With Queen Title," 7/29/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "Milwaukee Is Home For African American Veterinarian," 7/28/12 Milwaukee Courier

Statistics, Nora Bello, "Prescription Drug Warning Labels Need Overhaul: Study," 7/27/12 Packaging News

Kansas State University, "Fort Riley Gets A Visit From The Pentagon," 7/27/12 Kansas First News

Kansas State University, "How Cleaning Screws With Your Love Life," 7/27/12 Cosmopolitan

Journalism and mass communications, Steve Wolgast, "A Digital Dilemma," 7/27/12 Fort Scott Tribune

Kansas State University, "Aircuity Customer Kansas Bioscience Park Wins R&D Magazine's Lab Of The Year: High Honors," 7/26/12 Market Watch

Kansas State University, "Team USA Olympians In College," 7/26/12 Huffington Post

Kansas State University, "New Hen House Could Be Coming To Former Middle School Site In Waldo," 7/26/12 Kansas City Star

Kansas State University, "On Patrol: Division Soldiers Help Keep Aggieville Safe," 7/26/12 1st Infantry Division Post

Computer scientist, Dan Andresen, "Details Of Google Fiber Emerge: Installations Could Start Soon in Some Parts Of KC, KCK," 7/26/12 Kansas City Star, The Wichita Eagle

Students, Erik Kynard, Jeffrey Julmis, alumna, Beverly Ramos, Korene Hinds, Austra Skujyte, alumnus, Darius Draudvila, "Most Wildcats Ever Headed To Olympic Games," 7/26/12 WIBW

Human Nutrition, Linda Yarrow, "Using Social Media For Health Concerns Helps Patients Find Success, Stay Motivated," 7/26/12 Health News Digest

Kansas State University, "Lecture Series Features Seminar On Animal Welfare," 7/26/12 Midwest Producer

Students, Austin Smith, Jennifer Cooper, "Hundreds Brave The Heat For Annual Flush Picnic," 7/26/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "Colleges Go To Students Online," 7/26/12 Peabody Gazette Bulletin

Kansas State University, "Grain Processing And Milling Seminar In Kansas This October," 7/26/12 Quality Assurance & Food Safety

Human Nutrition, Linda Yarrow, "Healthy Connections: Using Social Media For Health Concerns Helps Patients Find Success, Stay Motivated," 7/26/12 Medical Xpress

Kansas State University, "Kansas Bioscience Authority To Invest $4.1 Million," 7/25/12 The Emporia Gazette, Lawrence Journal-World

Human Ecology, Stephanie Gfeller, Gayle Doll, Jane Marshall, education, Mary Hammel, "Ageless Education: Researchers Create Guide For Intergenerational Classrooms At Nursing Homes," 7/25/12 Medical Xpress, Bio-Medicine

Dietetics, Deborah Canter, "A Quarter Of Women Who Have Been Chosen For Major Awards," 7/25/12 Women In  Academia Report

Risk Management, Art Barnaby, "Crop Insurance Will Pay Out A Lot, But Will The Check Clear?," 7/25/12 Drover's Cattle Network

KSU President, Kirk Schulz, "Receiver Expected To Play At K-State Headed To D-II School Instead," 7/25/12 Kansas City Star

Food Science, Fadi Aramouni, "Research With Sorghum Could Yield Better Gluten-Free Food," 7/25/12 Celiac.com

Kansas State University, "Discovery Center Greets 100,000th Vistior," 7/24/12 The Topeka Captial-Journal, WIBW

Kansas State University, "Just Taking Notes," 7/24/12 KCUR

Alumnus, Dick Booth, "Oregon's Vin Lananna Tapped For Hall Of Fame Honor," 7/24/12 The Oregonian

Agricultural economics, Glynn Tonser, "Cattlemen Thin Out Herds As Pastures, Crops Die In Drought," 7/24/12 USA Today

Kansas State University, "5K To Benefit Local Schools," 7/24/12 The Daily Union

Agricultural economics, Glynn Tonser, "Midwest Drought 2012: Plains Ranchers Forced To Sell Cattle," 7/24/12 The Huffington Post, Salon, UT San Diego, Businessweek, The Wichita Eagle, Kansas City Star

Kansas State University, "Kansas State Hosts Animal Welfare Seminar," 7/24/12 National Hog Farmer

Anatomy and physiology, Mathew Basel, "Novel Pig Model May Be Useful For Human Cancer Studies," 7/24/12 Health Canal

Kansas State University, "KBA Approves Funding For Two Projects," 7/24/12 Lawrence Journal World

KSU President, Kirk Schulz, VP Student Life, Pat Bosco, "GCCC Signs Reverse-Transfer Agreement With K-State," 7/24/12 The Garden City Telegram

Kansas State University, "Occupancy Is Up At Venture Accelerator," 7/24/12 The Kansas City Star

Journalism and mass communication, Steve Wolgast, "A Digital Dilemma: As News Migrates Online, Journalism Expert Sees Strong Niche For Small Markets," 7/24/12 Phys.org

Communication Studies, Sarah Riforgiate, "Study Looks At What Happens When Roommates, Partners Have Different Levels Of Tolerance For Housework Left Undone," 7/24/12 Medical Xpress, Science Daily

Arts & Sciences, Joe Aistrup, “PAC's 'Primary' Effect Sought,”7/24/12 Hutchinson News

Kansas State University, “Plans To Build A New Law School Building At Washburn University Again Raise Questions About Duplicate Academic Programs At State Universities,”7/24/12 Lawrence Journal-World

Aviation, Josh Brungardt, “Kansas State University At Salina Acquires 2 Penguin B Unmanned Aircraft,” 7/24/12 UAS Vision

Arts & Sciences, Joe Aistrup, “Aug. 7 Primary Heats Up Kansas GOP Infighting,”7/24/12 Kansas City Star

Student, Allie Young, "Colorado Victim And Her 'Angle' Describe Theater Massacre," 7/23/12 Los Angeles Times

Engineering, Bette Grauer, “Engineering Challenges: Keep Female Graduates, Stoke Interest Among Girls,” 7/23/12 Kansas City Star

Watershed Specialist, “Drought Blamed For Upcoming Spike In Grocery Bills,”7/23/12 KAKE-TV

Students, Jack Henry and Joel Harts, “On A Roll: K-State Salina Students Place In Top 5 At Aerobatics Competition,”7/23/12 KSAL

Student, Rachel King, "She Has Hours For KSU," 7/23/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "Healthy Grilling: How To Make Summer Favorites Good And Good For You Too," 7/22/12 Dr. Kyle Chiropractic (blog)

Music Theater, Anna Marie Wytko, "Symphony Season Will Be Conductor Tryouts," 7/22/12 Topeka Capital-Journal

English, Katherine Karlin, Lisa Tatonetti, "K-State English Faculty Members Earn Honors For New Books," 7/22/12 Kansas City inforZine

Agricultural economics, Glynn Tonser,"Report: U.S. Has Fewest Cattle In At Least 4 Decades," 7/21/12 ABC News, Austin American-Statesman, Lincoln Journal Star, San Antonio Express-News, Omaha World-Herald, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Hamilton Spectator, Kansas City Star, Huffington Post, Christian Science Monitor, Houston Chronicle, U-T San Diego, KTKA, Kansas First News, The Wichita Eagle, WIBW, The Town Talk

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "GOP US House Incumbents Lead Kansas Fundraising," 7/21/12 San Antonio Express-News, Houston Chronicle, Kansas City Star, Topeka Capital-Journal

 National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "NBAF May Get Boost As Government Report Says "Sell Plus Island"," 7/21/12 KCUR

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Letter: NBAF Safety Level Questioned," 7/21/12 Topeka Capital-Journal

Agricultural Economics, Glynn Tonsor, "Meat Prices Likely To Dip Before Surging," 7/21/12 Kansas City Star, Wichita Eagle

Political Science, Joe Aistrup, "Kansas GOP Primary A Referendum On Gov. Sam Brownback's Agenda," 7/21/12 The Wichita Eagle

Kansas State University, "RCPD Officers Brave Heat To Complete Intense Cycling Course," 7/20/12 WIBW

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Editorial: Time To Get To Work On National Bio And Agro-Defense Facility," 7/20/12 Kansas City Business Journal

Salina Aviation, Josh Brungardt, "KSU Salina Drone Program Provides Eye In The Sky," 7/20/12 San Francisco Chronicle, San Antonio Express-News, The Wichita Eagle

Agronomy, Kraig Roozeboom, "Drought, Heat, Continue To Wreak Havoc On The Area's Corn Crop," 7/20/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "Motivation Needed: Kansas Needs To Find Effective Voices To Inspire The State About The Value-And Needs-Of Its Higher Education System," 7/20/12 Lawrence Journal World Editorial

Salina applied aviation, Josh Brungardt, "UAS Program At KSU Salina Provides Eye In The Sky," 7/19/12 Salina Journal, Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "Rabid Skunk Found In Butler County," 7/19/12 Augusta Gazette

Civil Engineering, Hayder Rasheed, Yacoub Najjar, student, Ahmed Al-Rahmani, "Crossing The Gap: Civil Engineers Develop Improved Method For Detecting, Measuring Bridge Damage," 7/19/12 Science Daily, Physorg, Science Newsline, e! Science News, Science Codex, BioPortfolio, Buildings

English, Joe Sutliff Sanders, "K-State Prof: Batman Changes To Stay Popular," 7/19/12 Topeka Capital-Journal

KSU President, Kirk Schulz, VP Student Life, Pat Bosco, "K-State, GCCC Sign Agreement For Easier Access," 7/19/12 The Daily Union

Clinical associate professor, Susan Nelson, "Keeping Your Dog Safe And Comfortable In Summer Heat," 7/19/12 WIBW

Arts and Sciences, Joe Aistrup, “Conservatism Takes A Right Turn In Kansas Politics,”7/19/12 McClatchy Washington Bureau

Arts and Sciences, Peter Dorhout, “Slate Set For American Chemical Society's Fall Election Ballot,”7/19/12 Chemical and Engineering News

Pollution prevention specialist, Barbara Goode, “EPA Awards Urban Waters Grant To K-State,”7/19/12 Kansas Farmer

Entomology, Ludek Zurek, “*U.S. Drought 2012: The Silver Lining Is Fewer Mosquitoes,”7/19/12 Huffington Post via Reuters

Alumnus, Mahdi Sadiqi, “*Renewable energy can solve Afghanistan’s power scarcity problem – study,”7/19/12 EcoSeed

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Federal Agency Backs NY Plum Island Sale," 7/18/12 The Wall Street Journal

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Molecular Foot-And-Mouth Disease Vaccine Developed At Plum Island Animal Disease Center," 7/18/12 DVM360.com

Kansas State University, “Government to proceed with selling Plum Island, move facility to Kansas,” 7/18/12 KFDI

President Kirk Schulz, research, Ron Trewyn, “Report proposes two options for Kansas National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility,” 7/18/12 DVM, DMV 360

History, Albert Hamscher, “*Accepting the End: Bucket Lists, Cemeteries Show Changing Attitudes Toward Death,”7/18/12 Science Daily

4-H Youth Development, Pam Van Horn, “Junction City Camp Fosters Healing For Military Kids,”7/18/12 WIBW

Kansas State University, “Chronic wasting disease found in deer killed in Sumner County,”7-18-12 The Wichita Eagle

History, Albert Hamscher, "Pop Culture Changes Attitude Toward Death," 7/18/12 Manhattan Mercury

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Most Hazardous Animal Disease Lab Can't Be Built On Plus Island," 7/18/12 Food Safety News

Kansas State University, "Bookless Libraries--has It Really Come To This?," 7/18/12 The Christian Science Monitor

Agricultural Economics, Allen Featherstone, "The Farm Boom Is Ready To Bust...Or Is It?," 7/18/12 Omaha World Herald

KSU President, Kirk Schulz, "Editorial: Public Universities A Scramble For More Private Funds," 7/18/12 Chicago Tribune via The Kansas City Star

Agronomy, Jianming Yu, Tesfaye Tesso, Scott Bean, "Tannin Research Helps Plant Health," 7/17/12 Pratt Tribune, Southwest Farm Press

Marketing, Kevin Gwinner, "Gold Medal Is Just Step One In Athlete Endorsement Deal," 7/17/12 Mother Nature Network

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Editorial: Time To Move Beyond NBAF Studies," 7/17/12 The Topeka Capital-Journal

KSU Foundation, Curt Frasier, "KSU Foundation Raises Record $121M," 7/17/12 Topeka Capital-Journal, WIBW, The Republic, KWCH, Hutchinson News, Wichita Eagle, Kansas City InfoZine

Electrical and computer engineering, Anil Pahwa, student, Mahdi Sadiqi, "Study Finds Renewable Energy Could Power More Of Electricity Scarce Afghanistan," 7/17/12 Phys.org

Marketing, Kevin Gwinner, "Why Winning Olympians Won't Achieve Endorsement Gold," 7/16/12 Live Science

Agricultural Research, Phil Stahlman, "Glyphosate-Resistant Kochia A Growing Concern In The West," 7/16/12 Brownfield Ag News For America

Kansas State University, "KSU Blood Drive Set To Begin Tuesday," 7/16/12 KMAN

Student, Annelise Masters, "Masters Completes Honors Program," 7/16/12 Emporia Gazette

Emeritus, Keith Bolsen, "How Much Silage Will You Lose To Shrink This Year?," 7/16/12 Beef Magazine

Biochemistry, Dee Takemoto, "Dee Takemoto, Santa Cruz County Stories: Former Professor Stays Busy In Retirement As An Author," 7/16/12 Santa Cruz (Calif.) Sentinel

KSU President, Kirk Schulz, KSU Foundation, Curt Frasier, Fred Cholick, "KSU Foundation Raises $121 Million," 7/16/12 Manhattan Mercury

Alumnus, Jeremy Holaday, "Jeremy Holaday Selected As KSHSAA Assistant Executive Director," 7/16/12 GardnerEDGE

Kansas State University, "Kansas State Risk And Profit Conference, Aug. 16-17," 7/16/12 Pork Network

Career and employment services, Day Keller, "In Job-Placement Rates, Fuzzy Data," 7/16/12 Chronicle of Higher Education

Kansas State University, "Grilling Secrets: How To Make Delicious Meals And Avoid Cancer," 7/15/12 WTOP (Washington, D.C.)

Alumnus, Andy Ewing, "New SCKSEC Director Didn't Plan Education Career," 7/15/12 Pratt Tribune

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Committee Urges Officials To Consider All Factors For NBAF," 7/15/12 Manhattan Mercury

Student, Erik Kynard, "Kynard Ready For London Games," 7/15/12 Manhattan Mercury

District agent, Scott Barrows, "Heat Leaves Ranchers A Stark Option: Sell," 7/15/12 New York Times

State Forester, Larry Biles, "Kansas Forest Service Recognized For  Stewardship," 7/15/12 Rural Messenger

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Burdett Loomis: Kansans As Lab Rats," 7/15/12 Wichita Eagle, Op-ed

Veterinary Medicine, Ralph Richardson, "K-State Announces 'People, Programs And Places' Initiative To Dramatically Advance The Mission Of The CVM," 7/15/12 Rural Messenger

Kansas State University, "Older Adults Often Overlook Prescription Warning Labels," 7/14/12 EmpowHer, Chicago Tribune, South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Kansas State University, "Sports Calls The Shots At KU, MU And Other Campuses," 7/14/12 Kansas City Star Editorial

Kansas State University, "A Cleaner Tomorrow," 7/14/12 Salina Journal

Diagnostic medicine, Douglas Powell, "Five Banned Foods, From Foie Gras To Certain Beers," 7/14/12 Daily Hampshire Gazette

Student, Jeremy Briggs, "Researcher: Gender Plays Role In Racial Profiling," 7/14/12 San Antonio Express-News, The Republic (Indiana), NECN, MSNBC, Kansas First News, Wichita Eagle, WIBW, SF Gate, Hutchinson News, KAKE, KWCH, KCTV-5, Daily Journal

Political Science, Joe Aistrup, "Phone Calls Urge Voters To Register As Republicans," 7/14/12 The Wichita Eagle

Kansas State University, "Capitol Federal Presents Check To FHTC," 7/14/12 Emporia Gazette

Kansas State University, "Golf Tournament Raises Money For Turf Research At KSU," 7/13/12 Wichita Eagle

Students, Chris Davis, Allen Richardson, "Job Security On The Rise For Kansas Aviation Students," 7/13/12 KSN

Kansas State University, "Older Adults Overlook Prescription Warning Labels, Study Suggests," 7/13/12 Los Angeles Times

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Costly High-Security Biolab At Kansas State U. Wins New Endorsement," 7/13/12 Chronicle of Higher Education

Vice president of research, Ron Trewyn, "U.S. Should Scale Down $1 Billion Kansas Biodefense Lab: Study," 7/13/12 Chicago Tribune

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Report Declares Need For Lab," 7/13/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "Officials Cut Ribbon On  Greenhouse," 7/13/12 1st Infantry Division Post

Emeritus professor, Chuck Smith, "Teach Children Upsides And Downsides Of Facebook, Social Media," 7/13/12 Psych Central, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jul12/kidsandfacebook71112.html

Agronomy, Jianming Yu, Tesfaye Tesso, Scott Bean, "Tannins In Sorghum And Benefits Focus Of University, USDA Study," 7/12/12 Science Codex, Phys.org

Student, Kathryn Deschenes, "Going Gluten-Free: Is The Diet A Good Fit For Everyone?," 7/12/12 Virtual Medical Centre, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun12/glutenfree62812.html

Political Science, Joe Aistrup, "Former Governor Returns To Help GOP Moderates," 7/12/12 Hutchinson News

Kansas State University, "Salina To Benefit From $60000 Urban Waters Grant," 7/12/12 Salina.com

Emeritus professor, Chuck Smith, "Facebook Challenges Parents," 7/12/12 Manhattan Mercury

Business Ethics Education, Diane Swanson, "Have We Became A Nation Of Scammers?," 7/12/12 Forbes

Kansas State University, "'Kansas Profile' Commentary Series, Week 1: Who The Heck Was Huck Boyd?," 7/12/12 KPR

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Another New Report To Shed Light On NBAF's Future," 7/12/12 KCUR

Johnson Center for cancer research, Rob Denell, "National Cancer Institute Designation Impacts Kansas," 7/12/12 Kansas First News, KTKA, KSNT, WIBW, KSHB, Lawrence Journal-World

Statistics, Nora Bello, "Granny Is In Danger From Her Prescription Drugs," 7/12/12 The Street, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jul12/druglabels70512.html

English, Don Hedrick, english, Michael Donnelly, "Teachers' Turn To Lean At Camp Shakespeare," 7/12/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "New Basehor Museum Exhibit Explores County's Farm History," 7/12/12 Tonganoxie Mirror

Kansas State University, "Rise In Prescription Drug Abuse Prompts Emergency Room Visits, Deaths," 7/12/12 Deseret News (Salt Lake City)

Kansas State University, "Salina To Benefit From $60,000 Urban Waters Grant," 7/12/12 Salina Journal, EPA, 

Expert

Grain Science, Debra Frey, "International Grains Program Welcomes Bulgarian Cochran Fellows," 7/11/12 Grainnet

Alumnus, Brent Streit, "ALCO Stores Promotes Brent Streit To Senior Vice President, Marketing & Ecommerce," 7/11/12 Yahoo

Alumnus, Gatz Riddell, "Honors And Graduations: July 11," 7/11/12 Opelika Auburn News

Director of Corporate Engagement, Richard Potter, "KSU Enhances Corporate Partnerships," 7/11/12 Manhattan Mercury

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Report Assessing Need For NBAF To Be Released Friday," 7/11/12 Manhattan Mercury

Alumnus, Sean Lowe, "Bachelorette Contestant Has Ties To Irving," 7/11/12 Dallas Morning News

Agronomy, Jianming Yu, Tesfaye Tesso, Scott Bean, "Ag Minute: Tannins In Sorghum Are Focus Of Researchers," 7/11/12 McPherson Seninel

Kansas State University, "K-State Releases Current And Future Campus Improvements," 7/11/12 Little Apple Post

Crop Production, Jim Shroyer, "Multiple Challenges Impact 2012 Wheat," 7/11/12 Ag Professional

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "New NBAF Review Due Out Friday," 7/11/12 MSNBC

Political Science, Joe Aistrup, "Graves And Brownback Take Opposite Sides In Kansas GOP Primary," 7/11/12 Kansas City Star

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Latest NBAF Review Due Out Friday," 7/11/12 Kansas First News, The Wichita Eagle, WIBW, Hutchinson News, KCTV-5, NTV, KMAN, The Republic, Kansas.com, Lawrence Journal-World, Dodge City Daily Globe

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "NRC Report On Biosecurity Lab Coming Friday," 7/11/12 The Topeka Capital-Journal

District Extension Agent, Scott Barrows, "Intense Heat Has Lasting Impact Across U.S," 7/10/12 NPR, WRVO Public Media

Kansas State University, "Midwest Corn Crop Ravaged By Drought," 7/10/12 The Kansas City Star

Athletic Director, John Currie, "Currie Leads K-State's Financial Revival," 7/10/12 Wichita Eagle

Alumi, Christy O'Neal, Patrick O'Neal, "For Local Woman, Farming Was The Natural Next Step," 7/10/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "Rodeo's Pink Night To Help Cancer Research," 7/10/12 The Topeka Capital-Journal

Animal sciences and industry, Kristine Clowers, students, Alissa Berger, Colin Kirchhoff, and Kurtis Clawson, “Kansas High School Students Learn To Lead At K-State Summer Academy,” 7/10/12 McPherson Sentinel

Geology, Saugata Datta, student, Robin Barker, “*Geologists Testing Aquifer Rocks As Containers To Permanently Trap Carbon Dioxide,”7/10/12 Science Daily, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jul12/co2rocks70912.html

Geology, Saugata Datta, student, Robin Barker, "Geochemical Feasibility Of Aquifer Rocks For CO2 Sequestration," 7/10/12 Azo Clean Tech, Science Daily, Lab Manager

Kansas State University, “Kansas Bioscience Authority Committee Recommends Investment In K-State Research,”7/10/12 Kansas City Business Journal

History, Bonnie-Lynn Sherow, “Family Used Homestead Act, Which Turns 150, To Found Their Farm,”7/10/12 Kansas City Star

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Kansas Bioscience Authority Committee Supports Funding For Research Project At Kansas State," 7/9/12 LJWorld.com

Athletics, John Currie, “K-State Uses Transparency To Rebuild Trust And Get Its Financial House In Order,”7/9/12 Kansas City Star

Biology and agricultural engineering, Joe Harner, biology and agricultural engineering, “Cut Your Cost Of Shrink In Half,”7/9/12 Dairy Herd

Arthur Capper Cooperative Center, Brain Briggeman, "Study: Patronage Refunds Benefit Cooperative Members," 7/9/12 High Plains Journal

Student, Abigail Bauer, "Campus Dining May Boost Grades," 7/9/12 Food Service Director

Geology, Saugata Datta, "Rock Stars: Geologists Testing Aquifer Rocks As Containers To Permanently Trap Carbon Dioxide," 7/9/12 PhysOrg

Student, Jeremy Briggs, "K-State Doctoral Candidate: Gender A Factor In Racial Profiling," 7/9/12 Topeka Capital Journal

Psychology, Don Saucier, "Plight Of Young Girl Locked In Closet Brings Overwhelming Outpouring Of Generosity," 7/8/12 Kansas City Star

Agronomy, Jim Shroyer, "Experts Take Stock Of 2012 Wheat Challenge," 7/8/12 Bent County Democrat/Ag Journal

Interior Architecture,  Vibhavari Jani, "Rude Selected As 2012 Engaged Faculty Fellow," 7/8/12 Winfield Courier

Political Science, Joe Aistrup, "Conservatism Takes A Right Turn In Kansas Politics," 7/8/12 Wichita Eagle, Garden City Telegram

Kansas State University, "An Inside Look At Athletic Budget Growth At KU, K-State and MU," 7/8/12 Kansas City Star

Kansas State University, "Prescription Drugs & Seniors: Post 50s Overlook Key Warning Labels, Study Finds," 7/6/12 The Huffington Post, Well-Being Wire

Civil Engineering, Sunanda Dissanayake, student, Siddhartha Kotikalapudi, "Researchers Identify Common Factors In Truck-Related Crashes," 7/6/12 TruckingInfo

Kansas State University, "Kansas State University Creates New School Of Study," 7/6/12 KMAN-AM

Kansas State University, "K-State To Be Seen At 2012 State Fair," 7/6/12 Manhattan Mercury

Student, Greg Peterson, "Farm Parody Of 'Sexy And I Know It' Goes Viral," 7/6/12 NPR, Huffington Post, New York Post, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Austin American-Statesman, Omaha World-Herald, The Denver Post, San Antonio Express-News, The Olathe News, The Wichita Eagle, The Washington Post, KC Star: http://www.kansascity.com/2012/07/06/3692645/farm-parody-of-sexy-and-i-know.html#storylink=misearch, Salon.com, Houston Chronicle, U-T San Diego, Washington Post, Yahoo! Canada, Detroit Free Press, Garden City Telegram, Kearney Hub

Kansas State University, Division Jazz Band To Perform At Festival," 7/5/12 1st Infantry Division Post

Kansas State University, "Ag: Range Camp," 7/5/12 The Kansan

Statistics, Nora Bello, "KSU Prof: Drug Labels Need Dose Of Reform," 7/5/12 The Topeka Capital Journal, Psych Central

Physics, Tim Bolton, "Higgs Boson Find A "Big Accomplishment," KSU Prof Says," 7/5/12 KFDI

Family studies and human services, Sonya Britt, "KSU Professor Edits Finance How-To-Book," 7/5/12 Manhattan Mercury

Statistics, Nora Bello, "Study Finds Labels Need Overhaul To Better Capture Attention And Effectively Convey Information," 7/5/12 Medical Xpress

National Bio and Agro Denfense Facility, "National Bio And Agro Defense Facility," 7/5/12 Perkins + Will

Human Nutrition, Sandra Procter, alumna, Abigail Bauer, "Eating Together Help Students With Grades," 7/4/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "Green Therapy," 7/4/12 Manhattan Mercury

Diagnostic Medicine Pathobiology, Douglas Powell, "5 Banned Foods, From Foie Gras To Certain Beers," 7/4/12 Market Watch

Agronomy, Mary Knapp, "No, It Wasn't The Hottest June Ever," 7/3/12 Manhattan Mercury

Physics, Brett Esry, "Strength In Numbers: Physicists Identify New Quantum State Allowing Three--But Not Two--Atoms To Stick Together," 7/3/12 Science Daily, PhysOrg, AzoNano, Lab Sciences, Daily D, Latinos Post

Kansas State University, "Manhattan-Ogden Students Participate In STEM Institute," 7/3/12 WIBW

Clinical Sciences, Dr. Ken Harkin, "Animals, Too, Must Adjust To The Heat," 7/3/12 Manhattan Mercury

Student, Greg Peterson, "Creators Of Viral Video To Appear On National TV," 7/3/12 Salina Journal

Kansas State University, "Strange College Majors: Puppets, Video Games, Packaging And More," 7/3/12 Huffington Post

Animal Sciences & Industry, Mike Tokach, "Kansas State's Tokach To Receive Animal Science Award," 7/2/12 National Hog Farmer, Farm Talk

Kansas State University, "Web Extra: Drones Could Soon Be Used For Tornado Tracking," 7/2/12 KY3

Horticulture forestry and recreation, Jason Griffin, "Heat Isn't Plants' Only Summer Enemy," 7/2/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, Greenhouse Opened To Help Wounded Fort Riley Soldiers," 7/2/12 WIBW

Alumnus, Dan Thomson, "Preconditioning Is Calf Welfare," 7/2/12 Bovine Veterinarian

Kansas State University, "Court's Decision Unpopular With Many Kansans," 7/2/12 Pratt Tribune

Students, Tonya Hodson, Nicole Lordemann, "Hodson Pilots KSU to 2nd In 4-Day Air Race," 7/2/12 Marion Record

Student, Kathryn Deschenes, "'Gluten-Free' On The Label Doesn't Mean 'Healthy'," 7/2/12 Consumer Affairs, Fit Magazine, News Tribune

Kansas State University, "Rural Town's Heartbeat, Its Grocery Store, Has A New Pulse," 7/2/12 Kansas City Star

Alumnus, Craig Harper, "Offbeat Occupations: Future's Up In The Air For Flight Instructor," 7/2/12 Lawrence Journal-World

Alumnus, Nathan Leeper, student, Erik Kynard, "Leeper: Kynard Is One-Of-A-Kind Talent," 7/1/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "Fort Hays State Outsources Rising Tuition Costs To China," 7/1/12 Kansas City Star

Center engagement comm development, David Proctor, "KSU Initiative Helping Rebirth Of Small-Town Grocery Stores," 7/1/12 KFDI (Wichita), KFDI

Family Studies, Amber Vennum, "Send Her Packing For Good," 7/1/12 Elite Daily

Art, Gerry Brown, "Art As A Passion For Former Top Executive," 7/1/12 Omaha World-Herald