Important Dates and Events
Exciting and educational events promoting diversity and inclusion are happening all around us! K-State and the College of Education lead the way celebrating these important occasions.
Throughout entire school year On Campus & Virtual
October 9, 2023 - 9am-3:30pm - K-State Student Ballroom
Ongoing list of KSU Diversity Events
If you know of an important date or event that should be added to the calendar, please feel free to contact Diversity Point Person, Pedro Espinoza at firstname.lastname@example.org to have them added to the list!
The latest announcements, events and achievements in the following formats to keep you up to date on news from the college.
K-State College of Education, Hutchinson Community College develop teacher pathway program for area students
Kansas State University's College of Education and Hutchinson Community College have begun a partnership that paves a seamless pathway for area students to earn a bachelor's degree in education online while remaining in their home communities.
Kansas State University's College of Education is launching a program statewide that produced more than a 600% increase in the number of students pursuing education degrees at a community college in southwest Kansas.
An article exploring the impact of a construction class offered this summer as part of the Summer STEM Institute — a Kansas State University College of Education collaborative project with Manhattan-Ogden USD 383 — has been published for a recent international conference.
Kansas State University's College of Education has received a federal grant to bring its teacher education program to local school districts and community colleges in an effort to combat statewide and national teacher shortages.
More than 600 middle schoolers participated in STEAM — science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics — activities as part of two camps hosted by Kansas State University's College of Education this summer.
The Hot Topics series provides EDCATS and our educational partners opportunities to engage in professional learning focusing on topics such as professionalism and self-care; diversity and globalism; classroom pedagogy; and research and reflection. Students can earn professional development hours through participating in the activities associated with each session.
The Issues and The Experts is a web series addressing current issues in the field of education hosted by Dean Debbie Mercer.