|Trina Adams, IGP’s new distance education coordinator.|
MANHATTAN, KANSAS, U.S. – The IGP Institute announced on March 1 the appointment of Trina Adams as the distance education coordinator at Kansas State University (KSU). In this role, Adams will support the growing distance education programs internally for KSU as well as with the IGP Institute program partners. She will work with content developers to produce quality distance materials targeted to the professional adult learner.
One such partnership lies with the Grain Elevator and Processing Society (GEAPS), where she will build relationships with lecturers and contribute the quality initiatives to continue to build the program, IGP said.
“Trina comes to us with over four years of adult distance education program management and development along with instructional design experience,” said Brandi Miller, IGP Institute interim associate director.
Prior to joining the institute, Adams most recently served as the instruction technology specialist for Manhattan Area Technical College, where she monitored the implementation of 11 courses. Before that she served as an instructional designer for the Southeast Kansas Education Service Center.
In respect to her new responsibilities, Adams said, “I am excited to be supporting people who are fulfilling a primary need within the grain and food supply.”
Adams may be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 785.532.4447.