K-State in the news today
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Friday, Feb. 16, 2018
Yes, you can enroll in these outrageous college majors
02/15/18 ABC 13 (Houston)
Taking a cue from the mainly agrarian (calls up Wikipedia) Sunflower State, Kansas State University offers the major as part of its grain science and industry college. Courses include "Flour & Dough Testing" and "Cereal Sciences".
State/RegionalPublic forums to address 2018 farm bill
02/15/18 KRVN Radio
Leading the discussion will be Mykel Taylor and Art Barnaby from Kansas State University and Brad Lubben from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Taylor is a farm management specialist with expertise in producer decision-making, including in-depth analysis of the 2014 farm program enrollment decision. Her analysis of past decisions and outlook will provide perspective on the commodity programs, the potential changes and the decisions ahead in 2019. Barnaby is a national expert in crop insurance with keen insight on the features and performance of crop insurance. His work will explore the proposed changes and the potential ramifications to the program and to producer crop insurance and risk management decisions.
LocalUniversities to meet in Topeka for annual progress report
The research universities, including Kansas State University, will present to the Regents on faculty workload and the promotion and career path of faculty.
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