January 10, 2023
K-State Research and Extension Seeks Input from Kansas Citizens
Note: The following news release was sent to Kansas media on January 9. It is available online at www.ksre.k-state.edu/news/stories/2023/01/extension-surveys-kansas-citizens.html.
Officials with a statewide network that has provided unbiased, research-based information on issues important to Kansans for 108 years are reaching out to learn more about how the organization can best serve residents of the state.
K-State Research and Extension has released a public survey to ask current and prospective users about their information needs. Gregg Hadley, director for extension, said the brief survey will inform the organization’s efforts to provide education and information in every Kansas county.
“The services we provide are designed to improve Kansans’ lives and communities through education and engagement,” Hadley said. “The results of this survey will help our dedicated extension specialists, agents and researchers provide information and assistance that best meet the needs of our K-State Research and Extension users.”
K-State Research and Extension has offices in every Kansas county, including extension agents and others who provide information and programs specific to local needs.
Any Kansas resident over age 18 is eligible to take the survey in English (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ST2ZLM5) or Spanish (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SRH9W59). New Boston Creative Group LLC of Manhattan is conducting the survey.
Questions regarding the survey can be directed to Jerry Grasso, director of communications solutions for K-State Research and Extension, at 785-532-5806 or firstname.lastname@example.org.