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Monday, July 28, 2014
*This is the summer of dangerous bugs
7/28/14 Consumer Affairs
Kansas State University professor Stephen Higgs says outbreaks of chikungunya and its rapid spread is something to worry about. Higgs, one of the world's leading researchers of the virus and director of Kansas State's Biosecurity Research Institute, says because of travel, many more people are now at risk of becoming infected.
Kansas homegrown: Pinkall nominated for Emmy for work at the Sochi Olympics
7/26/14 Great Bend Tribune
The opera singer is an assistant professor of music at K-State, a 2013 graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance. He has been named as a faculty member for the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, which produces the Emmys, among many other accomplishments.
Fish absent from Iowa for 80 years reappears
7/27/14 Telegraph Herald (Dubuque, Iowa)
"The longear sunfish is one of the most beautiful freshwater fish there are," said Keith Bryant Gido, a biology professor at Kansas State University who specializes in fish ecology and habitat. "The breeding male is just spectacular. They get this awesome orange crest on the back of their necks. It's just a fantastic species."
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