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Thursday, August 25, 2016
You Don’t Know Your Students. This Professor Hopes to Change That.
8/22/16 The Chronicle of Higher Education
It’s near midnight on a Friday at Kansas State University, and an associate professor of anthropology is out with his students, sneaking onto the rooftop of a campus building — or at least trying to.
Brexit decision not likely to have significant impact on U.S. agricultural trade
8/24/16 National Hog Farmer
Vincent Amanor-Boadu, professor of agribusiness economics and management at Kansas State University, says there are economic implications within financial and trade sectors as a result of the vote, commonly called Brexit, but that significant impact within the U.S. agricultural sector is not likely.
Take the challenge: Plan ahead to keep food safe with Prepare Kansas starting Sept. 1
8/24/16 High Plains Journal
"Kansas has its share of disasters, whether it’s a homeowner’s basement flooding or a fire affecting a whole block in a community. We’re committed to working with people across the state to help them be prepared for anything that comes their way,” said Kansas State University associate professor Elizabeth Kiss. “We can’t always keep disasters from happening, but we know that being as prepared as possible, whether it’s making an emergency kit or having copies of your financial and personal information in a separate, safe place, aids in the recovery from disasters."
Kansas State University on TV
KSNT (NBC) Topeka, KS
Susan Nelson, veterinarian and clinical associate professor at Kansas State University shares signs of heat exhaustion in animals, and how to protect them when outside during the dog days of summer.
Iowa City, IA
Associate Professor of Computer Science, Eugene Vasserman, on best practices for a secure password.
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