Assistant Professor, Agricultural Education
315 Umberger Hall
Manhattan, Kansas 66506
Dr. Hock teaches introduction to agricultural education and teaching methods; she assists with student intern placement and supervision during the spring semester; serves as an advisor for agricultural education students and helps recruit new students into the major.
Dr. Hock was formerly an agricultural education instructor and FFA advisor at Centre High School. She was also an instructor of agricultural leadership at Texas Tech University and an assistant professor of agricultural education at Mississippi State University before returning to her alma mater. She is a member of the American Association for Agricultural Education, National Association of Agricultural Educators, and North America Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. She and her husband, Matthew, are proud parents of Corabel.
B.S. Agricultural Education, 2003, Kansas State University
M.S. Curriculum and Instruction, 2006, Kansas State University
Ph.D. Agricultural Communications and Education, 2012, Texas Tech University
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