K-State educators featured in national program


Five Kansas State University professors have been honored with national recognition.

The educators and their students were filmed for an online professional development program for college faculty, launched by The Association of College and University Educators (ACUE).

“Academic success for our students begins in the classroom, and Kansas State University’s exceptional faculty form the foundation of a successful college career,” said Dr. April Mason, K-State’s Provost and Senior Vice President.

Those included in the feature are; Michael Wesch, Associate Professor of Cultural Anthropology; Gregory Eiselein, Professor of English; Ashley Rhodes, Teaching Associate Professor; Donald Saucier, University Distinguished Teaching Scholar.

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