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Randolph Fills Open Agricultural Communications Professor Position
We’re pleased to announce that Levy Randolph will be our new assistant professor in agricultural communications and journalism. He will join the depar (More)
Richard Baker Retires
To hear Richard tell it, he became a broadcaster because a fraternity brother told him he should get into the media business because he likes to talk. (More)
Agricultural Education Student Named National FFA Star in Agriscience
By Gaea Hock, ’03, ’08, associate professor of agricultural education Eric Koehlmoos, senior in agricultural education, was named the 2018 National FF (More)
Alumni match doubles scholarship donations
Doug and Sabrina Kruse have given a gift to create 15 matching scholarships in the College of Agriculture as part of the new K-State Family Scholarship Pro (More)
Imagery in agriculture: ACT calendar project
By Leah Geiss, agricultural communications and journalism senior The Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT) club has implemented a 2019 calendar sale int (More)
K-State Meat Judging Team wins in Texas
On October 28, the Kansas State University Meat Judging Team brought home the first-place cup from the Cargill High Plains Meat Judging Contest in Friona, Texas. K-State won overall team as well as first place in beef grading, total beef and specific (More)
AgComm graduate students participate in Science Communication Week
  By Rachel Waggie, agricultural communications master’s student Kansas State University hosted its second annual Science Communication Week Nov. 5–10, 2018. The Nov. 8 graduate student poster session focused on “Research and the State.” A (More)
Agricultural Education students and faculty present at conferences, receive honors
By Linda Gilmore, editor, publishing unit Undergraduate students and faculty in agricultural education were in Fargo, North Dakota, October 6–8 to participate in the North Central American Association for Agricultural Education conference. Zach (More)
Lauri Baker presents at annual KSPA fall conference
By Allison Wakefield, agricultural communications and journalism junior “Research isn’t just lab coats and chemicals,” said Lauri Baker, as she spoke at the annual Kansas Scholastic Press Association (KSPA) fall conference in the Kansas State Univer (More)
Interdisciplinary team awarded $2.9 million NSF Research Traineeship grant to strengthen rural communities
By Linda Gilmore, Editor, Publishing Unit   Gaea Hock is part of an interdisciplinary team awarded a National Science Foundation grant (More)
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