Kansas State University President Richard Linton announces cancer diagnosis

Treatment for the illness requires “daily treatment” for the next “few months” at the University of Kansas Cancer Center in Kansas City.

Linton said he plans to “stay engaged” with K-State by continuing to work remotely. He’s appointed Marshall Stewart, senior vice president and chief of staff, to represent him at meetings and events.

This comes at a pivotal time for the university because K-State is preparing to launch “Next-Gen K-State,” a plan for K-State’s future as a land-grant university.

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