News and Publications
There are many ways to keep current with the College of Education. For the College's latest announcements, events and achievements, we encourage you to select the most convenient methods for you to stay in touch!
Click. It’s that simple. The College has a Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram accounts, and we routinely add content to our YouTube channel. The easiest way to find us is to look for the social media icons on the left-hand side of any of the College web pages, under our contact information.
Latest news releases involving our students, faculty, programs and events. Please feel free to share your news with us! Please email Patrice Scott, communications coordinator, at email@example.com.
Published annually, this magazine showcases the people and the innovative programs that have built a national reputation for both its teacher preparation and graduate programs. If you are interested in perusing past editions of Connections, they are archived here. If you'd like to subscribe, please email Patrice Scott, communications coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This eNewsletter is designed to give new educators specific and practical tips to help them successfully navigate through their first year of teaching.
EduCATion Today: The Issues and The Experts is a web series addressing current issues in the field of education hosted by Dean Debbie Mercer.
Dr. Sally Yahnke, associate professor of curriculum and instruction, was the commencement speaker for Fall 2017. Yahnke is a longtime faculty member of the college, serving as teacher educator for family and consumer sciences education and coordinator for career and technical education.
A leading peer-reviewed journal in the field of educational leadership, featuring contributions from educators throughout the world.
We are no longer accepting submissions for this journal. This website will remain live to provide access to previous issues. We would like to thank authors, reviewers, and faculty for their patronage and support.
Publications that Support Scholarships
The College of Education’s Art Education Program has created a coloring book featuring the amazing sights of Kansas State University.
With the alphabet as a guide, take a tour of the landmarks and celebrations that represent Kansas State University and what it means to be part of the Wildcat family.