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A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications

A. Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications

Kansas State University
105 Kedzie Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-1501

785-532-5484 fax


We'll speak to your class or group meeting!

Note. The Presidential Lecture Series program is temporarily on pause as a precaution against COVID-19. We look forward to working with you in the future!

Launched in 1986 by Kansas State University President Jon Wefald, the Presidential Lecture Series is a service offered by the university at no charge to high schools and community colleges.

The A.Q. Miller School faculty is proud to take part in this series. We'll make our most stimulating faculty members available to share their expertise on a wide variety of issues, including:

Social Media Brand  /  Dani LaGree

Telling Stories Across Platforms  /  Andrew Smith

Media Law  /  Nikhil Moro

Community Journalism  / Sam Mwangi, Steve Smethers

Freedom of Speech in Times of Crisis  /  Nikhil Moro

Crisis Communication  /  Deb Skidmore

Design and Data Visualization  /  Jacob Groshek

Social Media Storytelling  /  Andrew Smith

The Power of Strong Photography  /  Kelly Glasscock, Nick Homburg

Freedom of Speech in Times of Crisis  /  Nikhil Moro

        … and many more topics! Just ask for the full list from the A.Q. Miller School

How to schedule a speaker

To schedule one of these lectures for your school, please complete our online request form

When scheduling a lecturer, please note your preferred topics, a list of possible dates and details about your audience. We request at least three weeks advance notice to begin making arrangements. If you are interested in a topic that is not listed, we’ll do our best to find a lecturer.

For more information, contact us:

Attn: Emily Zwick and Matt Mindrup
New Student Services
Kansas State University
177 Berney Family Welcome Center | 705 N. 17th St. Manhattan, KS 66506

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