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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)
Student Spotlight: Darcie Gallagher
By Deanna Reid, agricultural education and communications master’s student Darcie Gallagher, a Missouri native, is pur (More)
Kansas State Welcomes World Food Prize Guests
By Kelsey Tully, agricultural education and communications master’s student A group of international students and researchers from Cambodia and Senegal arrived (More)
Agricultural Education Faculty and Students Attend Conferences
By Linda Gilmore, Editor, Publishing Unit Gaea Hock attended the Western Region More)
Ag Ed Club Travels to Nebraska
By Allison Dix, agricultural education junior   Eric Koehlmoos, K-State Agricultural Education Club president, (More)
Ulmer to be Honored at National FFA Meeting
By Linda Gilmore Jon Ulmer, associate professor of agricultural education, was selected by the national FFA program to receive the Honorary Am (More)
ACE/AMS Roundup
By Linda Gilmore Faculty, staff, and students from the department attended the combined Association for Communication Excellence and Agricultural Media Summit (ACE/AMS) conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, August 4-8. Several department members pres (More)
K-State Student Teachers Attend Conference
By Deanna Reid, agricultural education and communications master’s student   Nineteen agricultural education s (More)
Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow and Agricultural Education club Participate in Watermelon Feed
By Leah Giess, agricultural communications and journalism senior   The annual Watermelon Feed, an event hosted by the College of Agriculture to (More)
Student Spotlight: Ashley McKenny
By Deanna Reid, agricultural education and communications master’s student Ashley McKenny, a senior majoring in agricultural communications and journalism a (More)
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