As we reflect on our 20th Anniversary Celebration and Reunion Weekend, we are grateful to an outstanding group of students, alumni, and friends who joined us to celebrate 20 years of leadership studies at K-State! Continue reading “Reflecting on our 20th Anniversary Celebration”
Category: Leadership for Life – 20th Anniversary
What to expect during our 20th Anniversary and Reunion Weekend: The who, what, when, where, and why of reconnecting with leadership studies!
John F. Kennedy once said, “leadership and learning are indispensable to each other,” and I couldn’t agree more. As a sophomore, I have only been involved within the Staley School for a short period of time, but it has already impacted my life immensely; I have been challenged to grow in ways I never expected. K-State and leadership studies have truly become a home for me, and I know it is also considered a home for many of you. As a Staley School of Leadership Studies Ambassador, I couldn’t be more excited to welcome you home for our 20th Anniversary Celebration!
My name is Kristen Jones, and as Ambassadors, we’re looking forward to serving as hosts for our alumni and friends during our 20th Anniversary Celebration and Reunion Weekend! When I think of what this weekend entails, here is a sneak peek of what you can expect when you join us on November 10-12th! Continue reading “20th Anniversary Celebration and Reunion Weekend: What To Expect”
In the fall of 2005, the Staley School of Leadership Studies offered its first course in nonprofit leadership studies—which began a new “track” of the leadership studies minor, focused specifically on developing the leadership needed in the growing nonprofit sector. This unique program is helping to prepare a new generation of nonprofit leaders through focused curriculum and hands-on learning experiences. The students and alumni of this program are part of a network of leaders who are impacting communities around the state of Kansas, the United States, and beyond! Continue reading “Fostering Leadership for Life: Nonprofit Leadership Studies”
The Staley School of Leadership Studies is committed to promoting learning both inside and outside the classroom. In addition to service-learning and civic engagement activities, students also have opportunities to learn through travel and participation at conferences and other leadership development activities. Continue reading “Fostering Leadership for Life: Student Travel and Conference Participation”
Every year, students have the opportunity to spend winter and spring breaks doing a number of things. Some students spend time at home or elsewhere, taking advantage of the opportunity for rest, relaxation, or additional hours to work at their jobs in their home communities or around Manhattan. But, through the Alternative Breaks program, the Staley School invites students to consider using their breaks to serve others. Continue reading “Fostering Leadership for Life: Alternative Breaks”
When one thinks about Manhattan, Kansas or Kansas State University, it is impossible to ignore the influences of Hall of Fame Football Coach, Bill Snyder. Continue reading “Fostering Leadership for Life: The Snyder Leadership Legacy Fellows”
In 2006, K-State’s office of Community Service Programs formally merged with Leadership Studies and Programs and later became part of the Staley School of Leadership Studies as the program now known as “HandsOn Kansas State.” Continue reading “Fostering Leadership for Life: HandsOn Kansas State”
The LEAD 212: Introduction to Leadership Concepts course has been a cornerstone experience of Leadership Studies for 20 years. From the beginning, this course has invited junior and senior level students to teach alongside the faculty, as a way to advance their leadership learning and the learning of the students they work with. These “Class Leaders” serve as valuable points of connection and learning for students along their leadership journey and their K-State experience. Continue reading “Fostering Leadership for Life: LEAD 212 Class Leaders”