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A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications

Sarah Howe

Sarah Howe

Academic Advisor
Office: Kedzie 107A | 532-3953 | showe@ksu.edu

Sarah Howe is an academic advisor for the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications where she also teaches MC 010 JMC Orientation. She currently serves as Chair of the Kansas Academic Advising Network, and holds positions on the Advisor Forum, University Advising Committee and Summer School Advisory Board at K-State. Her time spent on these professional committees has strengthened her advising pedagogy and knowledge of student resources and opportunities.

Raised in Manhattan, Kan., Sarah is a K-State graduate with a Bachelor's of Science in Agriculture in Park Management and Conservation and a secondary major in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences. She also holds a Graduate Certificate from K-State and NACADA in Academic Advising and a Master's of Science in College Student Development, also from K-State. 

Since beginning her K-State career in 2011, she has worked in Study Abroad and the Office of Student Activities. She brings her knowledge of K-State, student resources, co-curricular and extra-curricular involvement opportunities to advising in the A.Q. Miller School. 

Outside of her professional career, Sarah is a runner, beekeeper and enjoys helping at her family farm where they raise goats and ducks. She enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter and extended family. 

For more information about academic advising, visit http://jmc.k-state.edu/current/advising.html