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People of Arts & Sciences

Our college's faculty, staff and alumni are the people who make things happen. We can't help but tell their story!

ReyesWriting the Future

Meet Jessica Reyes, current assistant director of the Writing Center at Townson University and K-State English alumna, who is helping students prepare for a workforce that demands excellent written communication and collaboration skills. Read more.

Wayne GoinsMeet University Distinguished Professor, Wayne Goins

Jazz is all about heart and soul. Dr. Goins brings that out in his music and his classroom. Read more

Adam SzetelaYoung Alumnus Committed to Teaching 

Young alumnus bring passion to the classroom to help students, "Be participants in their own realities." Read more

WytkoBeautiful Music

A combined passion to perform and teach has empowered this professor to bring international experiences to the classroom at K-State. Together, they make beautiful music. Read more

Matt KingYoung and Distinguished

He's earned a Fulbright scholarship, studied at Oxford, launched multiple entrepreneurial endeavors and was chosen to be a Fund Analyst for the World Bank Group all before the age of 30. Alumnus Matt King has built a career worthy of the 2015 Distinguished Young Alumni award. Read more

AucklyA passion for Math in and outside the classroom

Whether its having puzzles published in the New York Times, inspiring students in the classroom, or climbing a mountain, Dr. David Auckly brings a passion for mathematics wherever he goes. Read more

Susan BrownPutting K-State on the map in disease prevention

One of K-State's best professors from the College of Arts & Sciences is doing amazing work in disease prevention with the help of the tiny red flour beetle. Read more

Phil NelOh the places you'll go

From Dr. Seuss to Harry Potter, one of the world's top literary experts is found in the College of Arts & Sciences. Philip Nel, a university distinguished professor in English, brings his passion to the classroom. Read more