MANHATTAN, Kan. – Jennifer Stoss will join the staff of K-State Research and Extension – Finney County as a Horticulture Extension Agent, effective June 3, 2018. Finney County’s office is located in Garden City, Kansas.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Education from Fort Hays State University.
Stoss has most recently been employed as a High School Agriculture Educator at Ness City Jr/Sr High School.
Horticulture agents develop and deliver educational programs such as horticulture crop production, marketing and economics related to the horticulture industry, landscape design maintenance and improvement, conservation of natural resources and pest management.
Extension Agent, Johnson County, 4-H Youth Development
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Lee Sigley will join the staff of K-State Research and Extension as the Johnson County 4-H Youth Development Agent, effective March 12, 2017. Johnson County’s office is in Olathe.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in Social Studies Education from the University of Kansas.
Sigley most recently worked the Director of Operations for the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame in Bonner Springs, KS.
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Elizabeth Rogers Kissick will join the staff of K-State Research and Extension – Grant County as an Agriculture and Natural Resources agent, effective May 20, 2018. Grant County’s office is located in Ulysses, Kansas.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Education with minors in Agronomy and Animal Sciences and Industry from Kansas State University.
She has most recently finished her student teaching at Hugoton High School.
Extension Agent, Sedgwick County, 4-H Youth Development
Office location-Wichita, Kansas
MANHATTAN, Kan. – Shannon Rogge will join the staff of K-State Research and Extension – Sedgwick County as a 4-H Youth Development Agent effective January 21, 2018. Sedgwick County’s office is in Wichita.
Rogge earned a bachelor’s degree in Animal Sciences and Industry from Kansas State University.
She is transferring from the Pawnee County office of K-State Research and Extension where she has been the Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent.
4-H Youth Development agents develop and deliver programming aimed at helping youth develop life skills, including a positive self-concept, an inquiring mind, a concern for the community, healthy interpersonal relationships and sound decision making. Rogge will have primary responsibilities for youth programming related to Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture and Math.