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Department Awards
Faculty and students were able to attend multiple conferences this summer. Below are a summary of their awards from the Association for Communication Excellence Conference and the Ag Media Summit. Association for Communication Excellence Conference (More)
K-State Hosts STEC Food and Nutrition Science Institute Workshop for Ag Teachers
How can a high-school teacher convince students that food science is important, interesting, and a serious career path? These were some o (More)
Ag Ed Alumni Update
Tara Lohse I am from Fallbrook, California. I transferred to Kansas State in the fall of 2012, from Modesto Junior College in Modesto, (More)
Ag Comm Alumni Update
Katie Rohling Katie Rohling, Agriculture Education and Communications alumni, is currently a 4-H Youth Development Agents for the Wildcat Extension District in Southeast Kansas. Rohling is a Southeast Kansas native who attended Coffeyville Community (More)
K-State Hosts CASE Conference for Ag Ed Teachers
By: Jeremy D’Angelo Kansas State University Department of Communications and Agricultural Education faculty and staff hosted a Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE) Conference this past summer where 16 teachers and a K-State instruc (More)
Global Food Systems Leadership Finds a Home in the Department of Communications and Ag Education
By: Jeremy D’Angelo The Kansas State University Department of Communications and Agricultural Education will be adding Global Food (More)
New Faculty Members
Dr. Jonathan Ulmer Dr. Jonathan Ulmer joined the faculty of Agricultural Education with twenty years of experience in Ag Ed. Afte (More)
What Happens When Students Become Teachers?
By Laura Thacker, Women’s Studies Major and Graduate Certificate Earner As of this writing, I am 28 years old and teaching a cla (More)
From the Department Head, Gary Gadbury (2016)
Gary Gadbury Greetings friends and colleagues and (More)
2016 Honor Roll of Giving
Supporters of the Statistics Department provide crucial sources of funds to allow department leaders to respond to emerging opportunities, as well as ongoing needs that are not fully funded through state sources. Gifts this past year (July 1, 2015, t (More)
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