Teaching Assistant Professor, Agricultural Education
316 Umberger Hall
Manhattan, Kansas 66506
Brandie teaches program planning, early field experience in agricultural education, and Inquiry-Based Curriculum in Agricultural STEM Biotechnology Education; she assists with student intern placement and supervision during the spring semester; and she serves as adviser for agricultural education students and helps recruit new students.
Brandie was formerly an agricultural education instructor and FFA adviser at Southeast of Saline High School. She is a member of the National Association of Agricultural Educators, the Association of Career and Technical Education, and the Kansas Association of Career and Technical Education, and she is the co-coordinator of the Kansas Association of Agricultural Educators Novice Teacher Program.
B.S. Agricultural Education, 2001, Kansas State University
M.S. Curriculum and Instruction, 2003, Kansas State University
Ph.D. Curriculum and Instruction, 2020, Kansas State University
Top 5 Strengths: Arranger; Learner; Communication; Responsibility; Achiever