K-State in the news today
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Thursday, May 28, 2020
K-State offers special education masters degree courses online
5/27/20 MSN / WIBW
Kansas State University has added master’s degree in special education to their list of online degrees available.
How to ensure quality wheat: check for sulfur in the soil
Mary Guttieri, who is based at the Center for Grain and Animal Health Research Unit in Manhattan, Kansas, and partners at Kansas State University show that wheat producers in the region could boost their yields and the quality of their wheat by making sure their soil has enough sulfur.
Alicia Boor: Adjusting cattle handling protocols
5/27/20 The Hays Daily News
But this spring’s COVID-19 pandemic may require some changes, said experts at Kansas State University’s Beef Cattle Institute. “It is critical to have the right labor on hand to help on processing day,” said K-State veterinarian Bob Larson, adding that families may need to manage that differently this year because of the COVID-19 human health challenge.
K-State Polytechnic offers online drone flight classes to teens
Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus will be offering teens interested in drones an online unmanned aircraft systems program this summer.
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