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College’s KSUnite diversity brown bag attracts many attendees

College hosts education celebration event at K-State Olathe
The College of Education hosted an event celebrating (More)
Rankin takes lead in college’s effort to attract men of color to teaching
[caption id="attachment_818" align="aligncenter" width="170"] Dr. Charles Rankin has spent his career bending the arc of social justice.

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Ed Experience dates set for spring semester
 

Micro-credentials making big wave in professional development
[caption id="attachment_825" align="aligncenter" width="260"] Those who complete a micro-credential course are awarded a badge.

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AgEd Club hosts annual speech contest
Story by Anissa Zagonel, master's student At the beginning of February, the AgEd Club hosted their annual KSU Speech Contest in Bluemont Hall. There were over 180 Kansas FFA members competing and 45 K-State students helping throughout the day. (More)
Department well represented at 2018 SAAS Conference
Story by Ashley Fitzsimmons, senior (ACJ) The 2018 Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists (SAAS) was held in Jacksonville, Florida. Graduate students, alumna, and faculty from our department attend SAAS to learn, network, and present thei (More)
Department celebrates Employees of the Year and Groundhog Dag
Story by Anissa Zagonel, master's student The department congratulates Rick Butler and Phylicia Mau as Department Employees of the Year through a nomination and review process. Each received a plaque, and their names have been added to the plaques (More)
ACT hosts networking event
Story by Anissa Zagonel, master's student K-State ACT recently hosted a successful networking event for AGCOM students, alumni, and industry professionals. Despite the unideal weather on February 6, there were over 20 people in attendance at the e (More)
Trustees in action: Trustee-Student Foundation Mentor Program
The KSU Foundation was excited to host Trustee Diane Patrick, a 1970 graduate in political science, and her Student Foundation mentee, Tori Thomas, a junior in (More)
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