Author Archives

  • Student Spotlight: Sharon Epps

    As a second semester grad student in Adult Learning & Leadership, I’m delighted that the concepts I’m learning are immediately applicable to my work.  We train the trainer (church leaders) in helping people live generously.  I’m more confident that the… Read More ›

  • Fall 2018 Online Courses

    *EDACE 780: Introduction to Adult Learning and Leadership Instructor: Dr. Jeffery Zacharakis Dates: 08/20/2018 – 10/12/2018 KSIS: 17703 This is a foundation course that acquaints the student with the diverse and evolving field of adult learning and leadership. It provides a… Read More ›

  • Student Spotlight: Brandon Maxam

    Student Profile: Brandon Maxam Profession: Associate Professor of English at Jefferson Community College Location: New York, NY “This program was remarkable and highly exceeded my expectations. You have a wonderful collection of dedicated faculty who go above and beyond to… Read More ›

  • Summer 2018 Online Courses

    EDACE 816: Foundations of Social Justice Education Instructor: Dr. Susan Yelich Biniecki Dates 5/21/2018 – 7/6/2018 KSIS: 12001 This course introduces the concept of social justice education (SJE) and focuses on the various theoretical lenses from which SJE can be… Read More ›

  • New Degree Name!

    We are excited to announce a new name for our master’s and doctoral degree programs: Adult Learning and Leadership. We researched over the past year to determine if our degree name reflected our degree programs and the culture of the… Read More ›

  • Spring 2018 Online Courses

    Please note that EDACE 847 has been added to the Spring 2018 selections below. This course will no longer be available for the Summer 2018 session. *EDACE 847 Adult Learning and Motivation Dates: 3/05/2018 – 4/27/2018 Instructor: Dr. John Persyn… Read More ›

  • Student Spotlight: Keith Whitcomb

    Keith Whitcomb is a recent graduate of K-State with a M.S. in Adult and Continuing Education and graduate certificate in Leadership Dynamics. As the focus of a recent “student spotlight” article published in the May 2017 edition of G.I. Jobs… Read More ›