We are proud to have two nationally recognized programs headquartered at Kansas State University. These two affiliated programs offer invaluable opportunities and experience to students and faculty
The center, located in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism, affirms the fact that community and communication are inseparable; you cannot have community without communications. The director of the center is Gloria Freeland, assistant professor of journalism and mass communications at K-State.
Above, Jane P. Marshall, instructor in hospitality management and dietetics talks with a member of the audience after her Huck Boyd lecture on her cookbook, “Teatime to Tailgates: 150 Years at the K-State Table.” Wilma Moore-Black, assistant director and curriculum coordinator of the TRIO Communication Upward Bound program at Wichita State University, delivered a 2011 Huck Boyd lecture on "Promoting Pre-College Programs in Our Communities."
The Journalism Education Association is the only independent national scholastic journalism organization for teachers and advisers. Led by Executive Director Kelly Glasscock, the headquarters office is located at K-State.
JEA's biannual conferences frequently draw more than 6,000 high school journalists from around the U.S.