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Internship highlight – Zach Callaghan
by Zach Callaghan, agricultural education student This summer, I worked as an Educational Program Assistant at the Sunset Zoo in Manhattan. In this role, I primarily spent my time teaching elementary and middle school students during weekly summer c (More)
Agricultural Education program home to state FFA officers
by Rachel Waggie, agricultural education and communication master’s student Of the six state FFA officers elected at the 91st Kansas FFA Convention in May, five are agricultural education majors at K-State this year. Logan Elliott, Asbury, Missour (More)
Many wins for students at Ag Media Summit
by Katie Burke, assistant professor in agricultural communications and journalism Eight students from the Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT) Kansas State chapte (More)
Hock joins national committee
by Rachel Waggie, agricultural education and communication master’s student Gaea Hock joined the National FFA Agriscience Fair Committee in July. She attended the national selection process and will assist at National FFA Convention in October. He (More)
K-State agricultural education earns national recognition
by Rachel Waggie, agricultural education and communication master’s student The National Association of Agricultural Educators recently recognized K-State’s agricultural education program as Region II’s Outstanding Post Secondary Agricultural Progra (More)
Internship highlight: Mary Marsh
by Mary Marsh, agricultural communication and journalism student   For my final summer of college, I decided to go home to California and get a job close to home. This summer, I am working as a field inspector for the California Crop Impro (More)
Congratulations to Dr. Minton
by Linda Gilmore   A familiar face will be leading the Kansas State University College of Agriculture and K-State Research and Extension into the future. Ernie Minton, interim dean and K-State Research and Extension director, has been appo (More)
CASE-Agriscience Plant Institute conference hosted on campus
by Rachel Waggie, agricultural education and communication master’s student   Twenty-three teachers from 10 states gathered on the K-State campus for the “Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education – Plant Institute,” June 16-21. This f (More)
Hock, Rogers-Randolph honored at NACTA conference
by Rachel Waggie, agricultural education and communication master’s student   Drs. Gaea Hock and Tiffany Rogers-Randolph received awards at the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Conference in Twin Falls, Idaho, June 18-21 (More)
Spring capstone class works with alumni
by Rachel Waggie, agricultural education and communication master’s student In the spring 2019 agricultural communications capstone class, teams of two paired with alumni clients to create a strategic communication plan related to a work project o (More)
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