Ashley Leer was one of 21 agricultural education majors, representing 17 institutions, selected to attend the Future Agriculture Teacher Symposium in Washington, D.C. on September 22-24 in conjunction with the National Teach Ag Day celebration.
Category: M-October 2015
Story by Eryn Carter, sophomore (ACJ)
The Agricultural Education Club spent a day at the zoo advocating for agriculture to children in the Manhattan area. The Sunset Zoo hosted Safari Edventure Day 2015 on Friday, October 2. The day was to help educate students on various types of animals through fun hands-on activities and presentations.
We love to hear from our alumni and will share family holiday cards again this year!
Please send us a digital copy of your family holiday card by December 12, so we can share it in the December newsletter. Please include your name, program and graduation year, and a short update on where you are currently at in life. You can email your photo and holiday message to graduate teaching assistant, Cassie Wandersee at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can’t wait to hear from you! Continue reading “Share your family holiday photos with us!”
Exciting things are happening in Agricultural Education. We are pleased to introduce the inaugural Teach Ag Students of Kansas (TASK Force). These four students will be traveling across the state to all seven FFA districts along with hosting two on-campus events encouraging students to consider a future in Agricultural Education.
Story by Jackie Newland, senior (ACJ)
Being a graduate student at Kansas State University can be hard work, but what about life after? Graduates of the Master of Science in Agricultural Education and Communication graduate program have found themselves busier than ever in their new careers.