Kansas Centers for Economic Education

Although KCEE is hosted by the W. Frank Barton School of Business at Wichita State University (WSU) and is a separate legal entity, the Council also partners with all six regional Centers for Economic Education at the state’s Regents universities. Through an array of graduate credit courses and special workshops, teachers are introduced to exciting ways to integrate personal finance & economic concepts along with economic decision-making skills into their existing classroom curriculum.  See what opportunities are being offered in Kansas on our EVENTS page.

Below is the contact information for each Center for Economic Education:

Emporia State University
Rob Catlett – Director, Center for Economic Education
Department of Mathematics & Economics
1320 Merchant Street, Science Hall Rm 141
Campus Box 4027
Emporia, KS 66801-5087
620-341-5678
catlettr@emporia.edu

Fort Hays State University
Brad Goebel – Director, Center for Economic Education – Profile
College of Business & Entrepreneurship, Department of Management & Marketing.
600 Park St., McCartney Hall 327
Hays, KS 67601-4099
785-628-4745
tbgoebel@fhsu.edu

Kansas State University
Marcia Hornung – Interim Director, Center for Economic Education – Profile
College of Business Administration, Center for Principled Business
3087 Business Building
1301 Lovers Lane
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-2650
hornung@ksu.edu

Pittsburg State University
Interim Contact:  Paul Grimes
Kelce School of Business
1701 S. Broadway, 117A Hughes Hall
Pittsburg, KS 66762
620-235-4495
paul.grimes@pittstate.edu

University of Kansas
Vacant – Email KCEE@wichita.edu or call at 316-978-5183.

Wichita State University
Jan Wolcutt – Director, Center for Economic Education – Profile
W. Frank Barton School of Business, Department of Economics
1845 Fairmount St, Clinton Hall 121
Campus Box 78
Wichita, KS 67260-0078
316-978-7090
jan.wolcutt@wichita.edu

Other Center services besides workshops and graduate credit courses:

  • Many locations maintain an extensive library of curriculum and classroom materials.
  • Act as the overall economic education information resource for teachers.
  • Provide consultancy services regarding curriculum development and student assessment to educators and administrators.

Thanks to our donors, certified Kansas teachers are able to apply to receive partial to full scholarships to participating in economic education credit courses/workshops offered through these Centers for Economic Education.