Happy Holidays to all of our alumni and friends! Thank you for sharing your holiday cards with us.
Four graduate students will be traveling to San Antonio to present research at the 2016 Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists (SAAS) regional convention.
Students will present a professional development session, research poster and research paper at the convention on February 5-9.
We are pleased to announce that nine students in the ACJ program walked for graduation on December 12. Best of luck in your future endeavors and welcome to the alumni group!
Story by Jeremy D’Angelo, (masters’ student)
The K-State Agricultural Education Club hosted the first Ag Ed VIP Day on Thursday, November 19 to recruit incoming freshman to the agricultural education program.
Story by Cassie Wandersee, (master’s student)
ACJ alumni are known for their ambition in sharing personal messages to inspire and motivate a variety of audiences. Heidi Bright’s (’83) shares her passion for living in her newest book Thriver Soup: A Feast for Living Consciously During the Cancer Journey.
Story by Jackie Newland, junior (ACJ)
Thanksgiving is a time for food, fun and great company. Many students in the agricultural communications and journalism school are celebrating giving thanks and celebrating with both friends and family this year.
Construction was completed earlier this month on the newly renovated graduate student office spaces. Please stop in to visit sometime to see our updated space!
Story by Jeremy D’Angelo (master’s student)
Kansas State University agriculture communications student, Dan Martin, senior, spent the past summer interning with Agripulse Communications.
Story by Brooke Harshaw, ACJ, president ACT (senior)
The Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT) officer team started this year with an afternoon of team-building exercises held at Manhattan Fire Department’s Headquarters Training Facility.
Story by Cassie Wandersee (master’s student)
Graduate students studying agricultural education and communication are known for their uncanny ability to balance teaching appointments, research projects, and thesis writing while maintaining excellent academics. Danielle Holladay, a third semester graduate student, was recently recognized for her outstanding dedication to academic excellence.