Five decades, seven deans, thousands of teachers and countless students have been touched by excellence in action at the K-State College of Education.
From humble beginnings – two of the first seven graduates from Kansas State Agricultural College became educators to today’s distinction of being the largest teacher preparation program in Kansas – the college continues to forge new paths and develop relevant programming.
“I invite all friends, faculty, alumni and students to celebrate this milestone with us,” Mercer said. “Join us at Cat Town, join us for speakers and events on campus, or access our resources. We want to connect with you in any way we can during this very special year.”
“Connections” magazine will be published later this fall and promises to offer a fascinating look at college – both then and now.