Kathrine Walker Schlageck, education and public services supervisor at Kansas State University's Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, has been honored for her work with two museum associations.Schlageck
recently received an award of special recognition from the Standing Professional Committee of Education
of the American Association of Museums and the Mountain-Plains Museum
Association Education Committee.The award was presented at the Mountain-Plains Museum Association's annual meeting earlier this month.Schlageck has served on the education committee since 1989.She also served as chair of the Mountain-Plains Education Committee from 1995-98 and 2000-02.In addition, she has presented sessions at numerous regional and national museum meetings, represented the Mountain-Plains Education Committee in planning programming for these meetings and served as the program chair for the 2002 annual meeting of the Mountain-Plains Museum Association in Topeka.
"My first impression of Kathrine
has stayed with me.
...Schlageck, who was raised in Emporia, joined K-State in 1995 in her current position.She previously served as director of education and assistant director of the Lyman Allyn Art Museum in New London, Conn.She graduated with honors from Stanford University, earning a bachelor's in history/British studies; received a master's in American history, historical archaeology and museum studies from the College of William and Mary; and earned a certificate from the museum management program at the University of Colorado in Boulder.