Here’s a holiday card from us to you. We are thankful to have such a successful and supportive alumni network. We wish you all a wonderful holiday season full of friends, family, and enough time to enjoy each other’s company.
Featured in the front row (from left to right) are Lisa Moser, Steven Harbstreit and Kristina Boone; in the back row are Richard Baker, Lauri Baker, Brandie Disberger, Shannon Washburn and Jason Ellis.
Please send us a digital copy of your family holiday card by December 12, so we can share it in the December newsletter. You can email your photo and holiday message to graduate teaching assistant, Jennifer Ray at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can’t wait to hear from you! If you only have a print format available, you can mail it to:
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Story by Brooke Harshaw, junior (ACJ)
I am spending my Thanksgiving break in Ireland, along with 10 other undergraduate students and one graduate student. Our trusty guides will be our advisor, Jason Ellis, and his wife, Carrie.
Continue reading “To Ireland we go!”
Story by Malerie Strahm, junior (ACJ)
Fifth-generation Kansas State University alumna, Wendy (Mayo) Hushon (’05) has found her home a little farther from Manhattan.
Continue reading “Where is she now?”
Story by Jackie Newland, sophomore (ACJ)
Hannah Anderson is a shining star in the agricultural education program.
Continue reading “Meet Hannah: A Future Teacher”
Story by Jennifer Ray, second year master’s student
As you may know, the communications and agricultural education department is now home to graduate students pursuing master’s degrees through both on-campus and distance programs. You may be less familiar with how quickly the program is growing and what kind of issues students are working to solve. Here is a brief update.
Continue reading “Graduate Student Check-in”