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K-Staters in the news - June 2012

Student, Greg Peterson, "'I'm Farming And I Grow It!' Kansas' Brothers Agricultural Parody of LMFAO's 'I'm Sexy And I Know It' Goes Viral," 6/30/12 New York Daily News

Alumnus, Zach Powell, "Drones Move From The War Zone To The Heartland," 6/30/12 The Kansas City Star, The Wichita Eagle, McClatchy Washington Bureau

Kansas State University, "Liberty University's New Unmanned Aerial Systems Specialization Is Jumpstarting Careers,"6/30/12 sUAS News

Alumnus, Michael Cavanaugh, "It's Your Business," 6/30/12 Topeka Capital-Journal

Student, Andrea Fouts, "Around And About For June 30, 2012," 6/30/12 Lawrence Journal-World

Psychology, Richard Harris, "Fans Struggle To Deal With Death Of Celebrities," 6/29/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "K-State Student Union: Thriving Through Tradition, Commitment, And People Who Care," 6/29/12 The Commons

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Plum Island: Sitting Duck," 6/29/12 Sag Harbor (N.Y.) Express

Kansas State University, "UAS Growth And Development For Kansas," 6/29/12 KSAL

Psychology, Richard Harris, "People Make Relationships With Characters," 6/29/12 UPI, Personal Liberty Digest

Student, Jeremy Briggs, "Kansas State University Study Looks At The Gender Aspect Of Racial Profiling," 6/29/12 Journal of Blacks in Higher Education

Alumna, Carole Brown, “The Simple Life In A Flint Hills Cabin,”6/29/12 Kansas City Star

Kansas State University, “Kan. Town Unites To Reopen Vital Store,”6/29/12 The Wichita Eagle

Student, Katelyn Deters, "Science Program Focuses On Some Of The Fun Stuff," 6/28/12 Manhattan Mercury

Electrical and Computer Engineering, Noel, Schulz, “*Fourteen Women Taking On New Administrative Roles In Higher Education,”6/28/12 Women in Academia

Political Science, Joe Aistrup, “As Democrats Breathe A Sigh Of Relief, GOP Breathes Fire,”6/28/12 Kansas City Star, Midwest Democracy

Kansas State University, “Unmanned Aircraft Systems Club Scores High Finish In First Competition,”6/28/12 Phys.org, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun12/uasclub62912.html

Animal Sciences and Industry, Chris Reinhardt, “Early Calf Weaning May Prove Beneficial This Year,”6/28/12 Midwest Producer

Political Science, Joe Aistrup, “Cities Show Population Increases,”6/28/12 The Hays Daily News

Archaeology, Dr. Brad Logan, students, McCaela Kelly, Nick Jackson, “Archaeology Students Dig In To Post’s Past,”6/28/12 Fort Leavenworth Lamp

Kansas State University, “2012 Soldier Show Coming To McCain July 13,”6/28/12 1st Infantry Division Post

Clinical services, Dan Thomson, “Unlike Chicken And Pork, Beef Still Begins With Small Family Ranches,”6/28/12 NPR, Tri States Public Radio, WYNC (New York)

Human nutrition, Mark Haub, student, Kathryn Deschenes, “Going Gluten-Free? Is It For Everyone?,”6/28/12 Medical Xpress, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun12/glutenfree62812.html

Kansas State University, “Gujarat Engineering Students Take Up Summer Course In Kansas,”6/28/12 Times of India

KSU Foundation, Andrew Zender, Alumni Association, Linda Cook, Alumni Association, Tim Lindemuth, "K-State Magazine Gets New Editor," 6-27-12 Manhattan Mercury

Family studies and human services, Bronwyn Fees, family studies and human services, Robert Garcia, “Easing Fears, Protecting Ears: Little Ones May Need Some Reassurances, Earplugs Before Watching Fireworks,”6/27/12 Health News Digest, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun12/fireworkfear62712.html

Chemistry, Stefan Bossmann, “The Beauty Behind The Bang: A Look At How Fireworks Produce Color,”6/27/12 WIBW, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun12/fireworks62712.html

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, " NBAF Applies For Air Quality Construction Permit," 6/27/12 The Wamego Smoke Signal

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, “Notice Of Determination On Public Hearing Following Comment Period On DHS Air Quality Permit,”6/27/12 KDHE

Kansas State University, “Schools Told To Prioritize Budget Requests,”6/27/12 Lawrence Journal-World

Entomology, John R. Ruberson, “Region Briefs: Ruberson To Lead Entomology Department At Kansas State,”6/27/12 Midwest Produce

Kansas State University, “Residents Breath New Life Into Tampa,”6/27/12 Peabody Gazette Bulletin

Clinical Services, Dan Thomson, “Nebraska, Kansas Councils Host Industry Influencers,”6/27/12 Midwest Producer

Student, Greg Peterson, “Kansas Brothers’ Parody Video ‘I’m Farming And I Grow It’ Goes Viral,”6/27/12 Kansas City Star, The Wichita Eagle, Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, “*K-State And Manhattan-Ogden Collaboration With STEM Institute,”06/26/12 WIBW Live at 5

Kansas State University, “K-State Salina Gets $60K EPA Grant,” 6/27/12 San Antonio Express-News, The Wichita Eagle, WIBW, Topeka Capital Journal, KTKA, KWCH, Palm Beach Post, Kansas First News, Salina Post, KFDA-TV, Dodge City Daily Globe, Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, “College Heads Endorse Four-Team Football Playoff,” 6/27/12 The Kansas City Star 

Geology, Sabreen Gad, “K-State Assistant Professor Alleges Discrimination,”6/27/12 The Republic, Kansas First News, KTKA, KCTV-F, Kansas First News, Hutchinson News

Alumnus, Nicholas Krehbiel, “Pratt Native Authors Book On World War II's Conscientious Objectors,”6/27/12 Pratt Tribune

Athletics, Cliff Rovelto, student, Eric Kynard Jr., “Toledoan Kynard Realizes His Goal Has Become Reality,”6/27/12 Chicago Tribune

Veterinary Diagnostic Lab, Gregg Hanzlicek, “Mystery Ahoof As U.S. Cattle Dying After Eating Grass,”6/26/12 Chicago Tribune via Reuters, Agriculture.com

Student, Denise Case, “What Summer Break?”6/26/12 Basehor Sentinel

Kansas State University, “Mike Hall: Magnate Attracts Comment,”6/26/12 Topeka Capital-Journal

Animal sciences and industry, Mike Tokach, “Mike Tokach Receives 2012 American Society Of Animal Science Extension Award,”6/26/12 American Society of Animal Science, National Hog Farmer

Food Science, Fadi Aramouni, students, Kathryn Deschenes, Ashley Pruett, "KSU Researchers Focus On Expanding Selection Of Gluten-Free Products," 6/26/12 Manhattan Mercury

Agricultural economics, Dr. Barry Flinchbaugh, “AFA Announces 2012 Leader In Agriculture Award Winners,”6/26/12 Drover's Cattle Network

Kansas State University, “Challenging Giants: Private Colleges Finding Room To Grow,”6/25/12 McPherson Sentinel

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, “Senators, Governor Respond To Evaluation Of NBAF,” 6/25/12 High Plains Journal

Family studies and human services, Jared Durtschi, “Professor Offers Parenting Tips,”6/22/12 1st Infantry Division Post, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun12/fathers61312.html

Human Nutrition, Morgan Campbell, human nutrition, Shawna Jordan, “New Program Partners Students With Military,”6/22/12 1st Infantry Division Post, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/may12/athletictraining50112.html

Kansas State University, “Small World,”6/26/12 Air Traffic Management

Geology, Sabreen Gad, "Professor Sues For Discrimination," 6/26/12 Manhattan Mercury

Student, Erik Kynard Jr., “K-State's Erik Kynard Headed To Olympics,”6/26/12 Wichita Eagle, Kansas City Star, KSNT, WIBW, ESPN, Kansas.com, Jug of Snyder

Engineering, David Pacey, Veterinary Medicine, Sue, "Kansas Woman Sews Dresses For Haitian Girls," 6/25/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "City To Focus On Social Service Spending," 6/25/12 Manhattan Mercury

Student, Jeremy Briggs, “Race And Gender Profiling Affects Tickets,”6/25/12 Hispanic Business, Manhattan Mercury, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun12/racialprofiling62112.html

Kinesiology, Katie Heinrich, "Get Moving: K-State Kinesiology Students Create One-Stop Source For Physical Activity," 6/24/12 Manhattan Mercury

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Huelskamp Meets With Local Delegation," 6/24/12 Manhattan Mercury

Management, Diane Swanon, "No Apology Necessary: Jobs Where Mistakes Don't Matter," 6/22/12 Forbes

Psychology, Richard Harris,"People Forget Names Because They Don't Care," 6/22/12 ABC

Myra Gordon, diversity, "Nigeria: 'Why Sokoto Is Establishing State University,'" 6/22/12 All Africa

Spencer Tomb, biology, "K-State Professor Testifies About Grave During Murder Trial," 6/22/11 WIBW

Student, Blake Berryhill, “Playtime With Children Cuts Single Mom's Stress: Study,”6/21/12 Reuters, Fox News, London Free Press, MSNBC, Chicago Tribune, Toronto Sun, Yahoo! News, Reuters Indian, Reuters UK, IBN Live, Ahram Online, The Province, 24 hours Vancouver, Edmonton Sun, Canoe, Manoramaonline, Todayonline, GMA News, Money Control, WHTC, Manhattan Mercury, CNBC, www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun12/singlemothers61912.html

Psychology, Richard Harris, “*Some “Poor Memory” Might Just Reflect Disinterest,”6/21/12 World Science

Civil Engineering, Mustaque Hossain, "Grant Allows Transportation Safety Research," 6/21/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, “Mizzou, K-State Turn In League-Leading Academic Scores,”6/21/12 Chicago Tribune via Kansas City Star

Kansas State University, “How Tumeric And Curcumin Are Excellent At Preventing Chronic Disease,”6/21/12 Natural Society

Kansas State University, “Program For Hutch Kids' Club Members Teaches Tech, Arts Skills,”6/21/12 Hutchinson News

Psychology, Richard Harris, "KSU Professor Says Interest Plays A Key Role In Person's Memory," 6/20/12 Manhattan Mercury

Alumni, Ron Bramlage, Becky Bramlage, "NTSB Releases Report On Bramlage Family Plane Crash," 6/20/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, “Increases In Tuition For Kan. Schools Summarized,”6/20/12 The Wichita Eagle

Kansas State University, “Brownback Talks Tax Bite In Big Apple,”6/20/12 Topeka Capital-Journal

Animal sciences and industry, Larry Hollis, “K-State Vet Outlines Blue-Green Algae, Other Threats to Cattle,”6/20/12 GardnerEDGE

Food science, Fadi Aramouni, students, Ashley Pruett, Kathryn Deschenes, “*Sorghum Research Helps Kansas Farmers And Consumers,”6/20/12 AgroScience.net

Kansas State University, “Kansas Bioscience Agency Oks $8.4 Million In Grants; Area Could Gain 250 Jobs In Five Years,”6/20/12 Kansas City Star

Agronomy, Walter Fick, “Wildfires Can Threaten Farmland,”6/20/12 Harvest Public Media/KCUR

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, “Kansas And Missouri Senators Fight For Quick Progression Of NBAF Site,” 6/20/12 PoliticalNews.me

Kansas State University, “More Options In Pipeline For Wheat,”6/20/12 Bent County (Colo.) Democrat

Student, Blake Berryhill, “Playtime Relieves Stress Among Single Moms, 6/20/12 Psych Central, www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun12/singlemothers61912.html

Sociology Anthropology & Social Work, “Our Common Purpose | Office Hours,”6/19/12 Library Journal

Kansas State University, “Top Level Biosecurity Lab To Move To Kansas If Approved,”6/19/12 Food Safety News

Kansas State University, “Regents Expected To Toughen KU Admissions Standards,”6/19/12 Kansas City Star

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, “Statement On NAS Evaluation Of DHS? NBAF Risk Assessment,”6/19/12 PoliticalNews.me

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, “Bottom Line,”6/18/12 The Hill

Family studies and human services, Elaine Johannes, “*Adult Involvement Allows Healthy Teen Maturation,”6/19/12 Psych Central

Students, Blake Berryhill, Kristy Soloski, Rebekah Adams, “Study Finds Single Mothers Can Reduce Stress By Playing, Engaging With Children,”6/19/12 Medical Xpress, Health Canal, BioPortfolio, Science Complex, Counsel & Heal, Science Daily, Jug of Snyder, www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun12/singlemothers61912.html

Kansas State University, “Regents To Consider Tuition, Admissions, Expansions,”6/19/12 Lawrence Journal-World

Alumnae, Kathryn Blair, Megan Denison, “School Notes For June 20: Kansas State University,”6/19/12 Kansas City Star

Kansas State University, "Voter Fraud? Not So Far," 6/19/12 Manhattan Mercury 

Students. Megan Henderson, Summer Gajewski, Nicole Lordemann, Tonya Hodson, “K-State Female Pilots Competing In Air Race,”6/18/12 Topeka Capital-Journal

Alumni, Ron Bramlage, Rebecca Bramalage, “Kansas Family Who Died In Plane Crash Remembered,”6/18/12 Kansas City Star, Houston Chornicle, KTTS, KSN-TV, WIBW

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, “NBAF Supporters Forging Ahead After Report Cites Flaws,” 6/18/12 Wichita Business Journal

Research Vice President, Ron Trewyn, “NBAF's Real Risk Is Still Anyone's Guess,”6/18/12 KCUR

Continuing Education, Dr. Melvin Hunt, “ASMA Honors Swine Industry Leaders,”6/18/12 Swine Web

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, “Letter From Kansas, Missouri Senators Urging NBAF Land Transfer,”6/15/12 Office of Sen. Roy Blunt

Kansas State University, "Research Examines Truck-Related Crashes To Reduce Accidents," 6/18/12 Claims Journal

Kansas State University, "What Recovery? Top 10 Cities Losing Jobs," 6/18/12 The Christian Science Monitor

Family studies & human services, Jared Durtschi, "Prof's Dad's Day Advice: Enjoy The Wild Ride," 6/17/12 Topeka Capital Journal

Kansas State University, "Ohio State Partner In $5.7M Grant To Develop New Biofuel," 6/17/12 North Texas E-News

President, Kirk Schulz, head men's basketball coach, Bruce Weber, Alumni association, Brad Sidener, "Summer Camps And Events," 6/17/12 Pittsburg Morning Sun

Kansas State University, "Editorial: Be Cautious On Tuition," 6/17/12 Wichita Eagle

Kansas State University at Salina, "Hutch Woman Ready For National Air Race," 6/17/12 Hutchinson News

Vice President of Student Life, Pat Bosco, "Survey Says KSU Alumni Recommend University," 6/17/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "Kansas State Spring 2012 Semester Honor Roll," 6/17/12 Manhattan Mercury

Political science, Joseph Aistrup, "Who Won, Who Lost In Redistricting," 6/17/12 Wichita Eagle/op-ed, Pittsburg Morning Sun

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Kansas Officials Press Feds For Biosecurity Lab," 6/16/12 Stars and Stripes, Manhattan Mercury

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "U.S. Government Faulted Over Risk Of Pathogens Escaping Lab," 6/16/12 Chicago Tribune/Reuters

Clinical sciences, Elizabeth Davis, national ag biosecurity center, Marty Vanier, "KVMA Officers Installed In June," 6/16/12 High Plains Journal

Kansas State University, "K-State Beef Conference Is Aug. 9," 6/16/12 High Plains Journal 

Vice president of research, Ron Trewyn, " Positive Review Released For Building Of New Defense Facility In Manhattan," 6/15/12 WIBW

Human Ecology, Gayle Doll, "Conversations With Parents About End-Of-Life Issues Difficult, But Necessary," 6/15/12 Manhattan Mercury

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Safer..But Safe Enough?," 6/15/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "KSAL's Morning News Helps Celebrate 75 Years," 6/15/12 KSAL

Housing and dining services, Mary Molt, “20 Most Influential: Mary Molt, Kansas State University,”6/15/12 Food Service Director

Kansas State University, “KSU Professor To Study 'Tintin' In Europe Next Spring,” 6/15/12 Topix, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun12/fulbright61112.html

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, “Huelskamp Off To Bad Start On NBAF,”6/15/12 Wichita Eagle

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, “Officials Await Report On Kan. Biosecurity Lab,”6/14/12 Wall Street Journal, Topeka Capital-Journal, Wichita Eagle, Kansas Ag Network

Kansas State University, “So, Sweet, Tater: Goal Is To Grow 20,000 Pounds,”6/14/12 Kansas City Star

Kansas State University, "Juneteenth Tops Weekend Schedule," 6/14/12 Manhattan Mercury

English, Joe Sutliff Sanders, "KSU Professor To Study 'Tintin" In Europe Next Spring," 6/14/12 Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, “KU Wants $30 Million For Medical Education Project,”6/14/12 San Antonio Express-News

Kansas State University, “Database: Housing Stock Grew In 25 Kansas Counties In 2011,”6/14/12 Wichita Business Journal

Kansas State University, “WU Regents OK Salary, Tuition Hike,”6/14/12 Topeka Capital-Journal

Family studies and human services, Jared Durtschi, “Fatherly Advice: Therapist Helps First-Time Dads Experience The Joy Of Fatherhood,”6/14/12 Sabetha Herald, Health Canal, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun12/fathers61312.html

Diagnostic medicine pathobiology, Deon van der Merwe, “Algae Linked In Cattle Deaths,”6/14/12 Peabody Gazette-Bulletin

Emeritus, David Darling, “Cape Cod Tourism Numbers Crunched,”6/14/12 Cape Cod Times

Kansas State University, “CAB Commander Speaks At MRC,”6/14/12 1st Infantry Division Post

International programs, Marcelo Sabatés, “Many Foreign Students Are Friendless In The U.S., Study Finds,”6/14/12 Chronicle of Higher Education

Veterinary diagnostics, Rollan Davis, “Rabid Horse Bitten By Skunk,”6/14/12 Peabody Gazette-Bulletin, Peabody Gazette-Bulletin, Hillsboro Star-Journal

Clinical sciences, Dan Thomson, “Youth Beef Quality Assurance Training Modules New Available Online,”6/13/12 Beef magazine

Alumna, Karen O’Donnell, “Kansas City Zoo’s Bird Show Soars,”6/13/12 Kansas City Star

Kansas State University, “Ag Research Funding -- And Influence? -- Shifts To Corporations,” 6/13/12 Lawrence Journal World

Kansas State University, “Nex-Tech Wins Governor’s Award Of Excellence,”6/13/12 The Hays Daily News

President Kirk Schulz, “Progress Is Slow, But Leaders Must Eventually Agree On Playoff,”6/13/12 Sports Illustrated

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, “Big NBAF Report Expected Friday,” 6/13/12 KCUR

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, “Analyzing The Latest Votes In Congress,”6/13/12 Buffalo (N.Y.) News

Kansas State University, “KU Plans To Ask State For $30 Million To Build $75 Million Medical Education Building,”6/13/12 Lawrence Journal-World, The Wichita Eagle, The Republic

Alumna, Alison Felix, “Federal Reserve Names New Denver Branch Executive,”6/13/12 Denver Business Journal

Kansas State University, “Paola FFA Members Earn Awards At State Competition,”6/12/12 The Miami County Republic

Kansas State University, “LHS FFA Chapter Wins At State,”6/12/12 KC Community News

Kansas State University, “First Lady Announces 'Read Kansas Read' Library Grant,”6-12-12 WIBW

Kansas State University, “Why Mortgage Rates Should Be Lower,”6/13/12 MarketWatch

Family studies and human services, Jared Durtschi, “Helping First-Time Dads Experience The Joy Of Fatherhood,” 6/13/12 Kansas City infoZine, Medical Xpress, Topix, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun12/fathers61312.html

Kansas State University, “Nex-Tech Wins Governor's Award Of Excellence,”6/13/12 Hays Daily News

Kansas State University, “Ag Research Funding — And Influence? — Shifts To Corporations,”6/13/12 Lawrence Journal-World, The Olathe News

Human ecology, Gayle Doll, “How To Talk With Parents About Moving Into Nursing Home, End-Of-Life Wishes,”6/12/12 HealthNewsDigest.com, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/jun12/nursinghometalk61212.html

Agronomy, Jianming Yu, agronomy, Zhongwei Lin, “Researchers Discover The Gene That Controls Shattering In Sorghum,”6/12/12 Midwest Producer

Grain science and industry, Dirk Maier, grain science and industry, Greg Aldrich, research and extension, Ernie Minton, animal sciences and industry, Ken Odde, “Feed Science Program Adds Pet Foods Emphasis,”6/12/12 McPherson Sentinel

Student, Ariele, Daniel, “It’s Not As Easy As It Looks, Folks,”Fox 4 Kansas City

Kansas State University, “Camp Daisy Getting A Fresh Look,”6/12/12 Topeka Capital-Journal

Kansas State University, “Huelskamp Unyielding On Wind Credit,”6/12/12 Hutchinson News

Food safety & security, Justin Kastner, food science, Curtis Kastner, spanish, Laura Kanost, biochemistry, Michael Kanost, public safety, Ronnie Grice, employment services, Cheryl Grice, KSU foundation, John Grice, "KSU Faculty Members Follow After Fathers," 6/12/12 Manhattan Mercury

Alumni, Ron Bramlage, Becky Bramlage, “Funeral For Junction City Family Set For June 18,”6/12/12 Lawrence Journal-World

Alumni, Ron Bramlage, Becky Bramlage, “Funeral Services Set For Bramlage Family,” 6/11/12 WIBW

Agriculture, “Weaning Farmers Off Their Crop Insurance,”6/12/12 Drover's Cattle Network

Educational leadership, Robert Shoop, “Student-Teacher Sex: Where Does It End?,”6/12/12 Washington Times

Kansas State University, “*As Smaller Groceries Disappear, New London, Minn., Hopeful A Store Will Return,”6/11/12 West Central Tribune

Kansas State University, “Airbus Celebrates 10 Years In Wichita,” 6/12/12 Wichita Eagle

KSU Magazine editor, Tim Lindemuth, alumni association, Amy Renz, "The Chronicler Of K-State," 6/11/12 Manhattan Mercury

Psychology, Frank Saal, “The Evolutionary Origins Of Optimism,”6/11/12 Salon

Diagnostic medicine and pathobiology, Douglas Powell, “Organic Meat May Carry Higher Parasite Risk,”6/11/12 The Daily Meal, One Green Planet

Electrical and computer engineering, Noel Schulz, President Kirk Schulz, “At Home With Noel,”6/10/12 Teen Ink

Emeritus, Howard Erickson, “K-State Study Could Help Horses Breathe Better While Racing,” 6/9/12 KCTV 5

Entomology, Raymond Cloyd, “Upcoming Events,”6/11/12 Topeka Capital-Journal

Kansas State University, “Health Claims Prompt Research Shift,”6-9-12 Ag Journal

Kansas State University, “Judges Did Their Job,”6/10/12 Wichita Eagle

Kansas State University, “Embry-Riddle Team To Compete In Women's Air Race,”6/10/12 Daytona Beach News-Journal

Kansas State University, “Dragon Boat Race Fosters Sister City Connection,”6/9/12 Kansas City Star

Kansas State University, “Burn, Baby, Burn,”6/9/12 Pittsburg Morning Sun

Kansas State University, “USDA Celebrates 150 Years Of Service,” 6/9/12 Journal Advocate (Colorado)

Kansas State University, “MU Vet School Is Ending Live-Dog Surgeries, Euthanasia,”6/10/12 Kansas City Star

Kansas State University, “Business Briefs,”6/9/12 Hutchinson News

Kansas State University, “Recreation Calendar,”6/10/12 Salina Journal

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Plumbing The Mysteries of Plum Island," 6/10/12 CBS Sunday Morning

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, "Bishop Fights For Local Jobs At Plum Island, Continues Push To Defund Troubled Kansas Lab," 6/9/12 Office of Congressman Bishop

National Bio and Agro Defense Facility, “A Look At Plum Island's Secret Labs,”6/10/12 The Inquisitor

Alumnus, Matt Shekels, “Student Defends Thesis On Diesel Maintenance Program; Earns MAB,”6/7/12 Harrison (Ark.) Daily News

Academic & Research Programs, John Pascarella, “John Pascarella New College of Sciences Dean,”6/7/12 KSAM-FM, Huntsville (Texas) Item

Diversity, Dr. Myra Gordon, “Sokoto State Govt Commits N8.6bn To First Phase Of University Project,”6/7/12 Leadership Newspapers Group (Nigeria), AllAfrica.com

Family studies and human services, Elaine Johannes, “K-State Professor Makes Wheaties Box Cover,”6/7/12 KMAN, http://www.he.k-state.edu/news/2012/05/17/johannes-named-national-afterschool-champion-gets-picture-on-wheaties-box/

Kansas State University, “Federal Judges Impose New Kansas Political Lines,”6/7/12 Kansas City Star, Wichita Eagle, Kansas First News, WIBW, Lawrence Journal World, Dodge City Daily Globe

Kansas State University, “Rabid Skunk Found In Saline County,”6/8/12 Salina Journal

Kansas State University, "Annual Choral Institute A Summer Camp For Elite Singers," 6/8/12 Manhattan Mercury

Associate provost, Marcelo Sabates, "KSU As A School For English," 6/8/12 Manhattan Mercury

President Kirk Schulz, athletics, John Currie, alumni, Ron Bramlage and Rebecca Bramlage, “*Kansas Family Killed In Plane Crash In Fla. Swamp,” 6/7/12 USA Today, Washington Post, NPR, Fox News, KSN-TV, Worcester (Mass.) Telegram, Artesia News, Fox 4 KC, WRHI, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Lincoln Journal Star, Austin American Statesman, Omaha World-Herald, San Antonio Express-News, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Topeka Capital Journal, The Kansas City Star, KSNT, KMAN, Kansas News First, WIBW, The Wichita Eagle, Huffington Post, Houston Chronicle, Salon, U-T San Diego, NBC Sports, Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "Corporations Boost Agricultural Research Funding," 6/7/12 Manhattan Mercury

Continuing education, Sue Maes, international programs, Mary Wood, elementary education, Socorro Herrera, provost, April Mason, associate provost, Marcelo Sabates, "Ecuadorian Teachers Coming To KSU To Improve English Skills," 6/7/12 Manhattan Mercury

National Bio- and Agro- Defense Facility, “Fate of Kansas Biodefense Lab May Hinge On Two Reports Due This Month,”6/6/12 Global Security Newswire

President Kirk Schulz, athletics, John Currie, "Kansas Athletic Director John Currie Signs Contract Extension Through June 2018," 6/6/12 Washington Post, Jug of Snyder, Manhattan Mercury, ESPN, Topeka Capital Journal

Leadership Studies, Lynda Bachelor, "KSU To Partner With Juneteenth For Outdoor Film," 6/6/12 Manhattan Mercury

Architectural Engineering, Kimberly Kramer, “Engineering Group Names Officers, Board,”6/5/12 Wichita Eagle

Clinical sciences, Dan Thomson, “Clean Those Water Tanks,”6/5/12 Dairy Herd Management

Kansas State University, “Libraries Have A Key Role In Academic Accountability,”6/5/12 Wired Campus

Kansas State University, “This Week In KC | West 18th Street Fashion Show, Rachael Ray Book Signing, Summer Beer Festival,”6/5/12 Kansas City Star

Kansas State University, “Camp Daisy To Hold Open House,”6/5/12 Topeka Capital-Journal

Music, Slawomir Dobrzanski, “Orchestra, Young Musicians, Guest Artist To Perform At Concert,” 6/5/12 Gardner Edge

National Bio- and Agro- Defense Facility, “Jenkins, Huelskamp File For Reelection,”6/4/12 Lawrence Journal World, Manhattan Mercury

Research and extension, Sandy Johnson, “Building Better Heifer Days Planned In Kansas,”6/5/12 Drover's Cattle Network

Animal sciences and industry, Larry Hollis, “Save The Date - K-State’s 20 12 Beef Conference Is Aug. 9,”6/4/12 Drover's Cattle Network

Family studies and human service, John Grable, “What Is Your Office Space Saying About You?,”6/4/12 RIA Central

Human nutrition, Sandy Proctor, “Summer A Good Time To Add Healthy Snacks,”6/5/12 Kansas City InfoZine

Kansas State University, “High-Profile Kansans Featured In Reading Program Ads,”6/4/12 MSNBC, KSNT, Gardener Edge

Kansas State University, “Evolving Legal Landscape,”Dog Fancy magazine (June 2012 issue)

Kansas State University–Olathe, Dan Richardson, “K-State Olathe Receives LEED Silver Certification,”6/4/12 Greenability magazine, http://www.k-state.edu/today/announcement.php?id=3857&category=news&referredBy=K-State%20Today%20Home

Kansas State University, “Global Interest In Cattle Welfare Symposium,”6/5/12 The Star Phoenix (Saskatchewan, Canada)

Kansas State University, “While Many Are Just Complaining About Politics And Government, A Group Of Kansas Young People Is Preparing To Do Something About It.,”6/5/12 Lawrence Journal-World

Kansas State University, “Locals Help WMU Flight Team Take Fourth Place,”6/3/12 The Hillside Daily News (Michigan)

Risk management, Art Barnaby, “Who Should Run USDA's Crop Insurance Program?,”6/4/12 Drover's Cattle network

Students, Kathryn Blair and Megan Denison, “Northland School Notes For June 6: Kansas State University,”6/5/12 Kansas City Star

Agriculture, Gary Pierzynski, “CALS Dean Candidates Named,”6/1/12 North Carolina State News Center

Botany, Spencer Tomb, “Kansas Tries To Go Natural Along Highways By Planting Wildflowers, Native Grasses,”6-3-12 The Wichita Eagle

Kansas State University, “Cindy Lange-Kubick: Let's Catch Up, Shall We?,”6/3/12 Lincoln Journal Star

Kansas State University, “OVC To Close Avian, Exotic Animal Clinic,” 6/3/12 Guelph (Canada) Mercury

Kansas State University, “Governor Signs Into Law Bill Aimed At Remedial Courses,”6/1/12 Lawrence Journal World

Kansas State University, “Biography Explores The Real Walter Cronkite,” 6/1/12 Kansas City Star

Plant Pathology, Erick DeWolf, “Field Day Suggests Options For Varieties, Disease Pressure,”6/4/12 High Plains Journal

VP Student Life, Pat Bosco, students, Mitchell Loeb, Natalie Rauth, Kate Bormann, John Grice, Katy Zapletal, Ariel Anib, Derrik Wiggins, Brandon Hall, Stephanie Larson, Madison Peak, Jamie Weiser, Felix Tse, Megan Denison, "13 KSU Seniors Recognized As Outstanding," 6/4/12 Manhattan Mercury

Research, Ron Trewyn, “New Animal Disease Facility Stalled By Budget, Politics,” 6/3/12 Chicago Tribune/via Reuters

Extension agent, Brian Rees, "A Farmstead As A Business," 6/3/12 Manhattan Mercury

President Kirk Schulz, “Kevin Haskin: Sprint Center Right Place For Big 12 Hoops,”6/2/12 Topeka Capital Journal

President Kirk Schulz, “KC Keeps The Big 12 Men’s Tournament Through 2016,”6/1/12 Kansas City Star

Public Safety, Steve Galitzer, “Six Sent To Hospital After Nitric Acid Spill In K-State Lab,”6/1/12 WIBW, KMAN, Manhattan Mercury

Kansas State University, "Memorable Movie," 6/1/12 The 1st Infantry Division Post

Technology & Aviation, Dennis Kuhlman, “$25,000 Gift Honors Outgoing Dean,”6/1/12 KSAL

Emeritus, Keith Bolsen, “Get A Good Pack,” 6/1/12 Dairy Herd

Graduate Schoo, Carol Shanklin, anatomy & physiology, Jishu Shi, “New Agreement Brings Chinese Doctoral Students, Research To K-State,”5/31/12 Jug of Snyder, http://www.k-state.edu/media/newsreleases/may12/china52312.html

Kansas State University, “Test For Future Financiers,”6/1/12 Inside Higher Ed

Psychology, Matthew Palmatier, Brenda McDaniel, Satoris Culbertson, students, Scott Jones, Stacey Schuster, Lea Folsom, Kathryn Smiley, "KSU Psychology Students Rewarded For Their Work Outside Of The Classroom," 6/1/12 Manhattan Mercury

Technology & Aviation, Dennis Khulman, engineering technology, Les Kinsler, “Kuhlman's Been A Student Leader,” 6/1/12 Salina Journal