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Monday, Oct. 24, 2016
Best College Values Publishes 10 Best Online Master's Programs in Chemical Engineering
10/24/16 Dallas Morning News
This month, Best College Values has released the latest in its series of "Best Value College Value" rankings, the 10 Best Online Master's of Engineering in Chemical Engineering. This ranking is limited to schools that are regionally accredited by one of the six regional accrediting bodies for colleges and universities and have a reputation for offering high quality academic programs in engineering in one or more national publications such as U.S. News & World Report. Schools in the top 10 include: Kansas State University.
*Vaccine breakthrough could help tackle foot-rot in sheep
10/22/16 Farmers Weekly (United Kingdom)
Kansas State University project has patented a method to vaccinate cattle against Fuscobaterium necrophorum infection, which causes liver abscesses.
*Kansas coyote hunt organizers settle animal-rights lawsuit
10/23/16 San Francisco Chronicle
Charles Lee, a Kansas State University extension service wildlife biologist, has hunted coyotes for decades and said it helps ranchers who are losing livestock to the animals. Lee also disputes whether luck is involved in coyote hunting and said the skills involved include knowing how to spot good coyote habitat, and having the ability to sneak into the area without being seen, heard or smelled by coyotes.
Regents drop discussion on statewide transcript notation policy for sexual assault findings
10/23/16 Lawrence Journal World
At most Kansas universities, students disciplined for sexual assault can transfer to other schools with no flag on their records indicating a problem with past conduct. Two of the schools, the University of Kansas and Kansas State University, do have policies to note the transcripts of students expelled for sexual assault.
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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