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Welcome, new ambassadors

The Staley School of Leadership Studies welcomed a new class of Staley School Ambassadors at an Induction Ceremony on Monday, Dec. 2.

The mission of the Staley School Ambassadors is to recruit students to the Staley School of Leadership Studies, promote the mission and goals of the Staley School, and educate campus and community members about leadership.

The faculty, staff and current Staley School Ambassadors shared this welcome video with the new class at the Induction Ceremony.

Congratulations to the following K-State students:

Caroline Ayres
Alesha Bergner
Eden Brockman
Katie Cox
Austin Drake
Spencer Dugan
Lindsey Edwards
Reagan Evans
MacKenna Franssens
Macy Haas
Kaylee Hansen
Nathan Heeke
Justin Janzing
Kelsey Klein
Morgan Lanzo
Drake Lette
Gabriel Mitchell
Zachary Rankin
Madolynn Rink
Breezy Schroeder
JC Stewart
Regan Stonestreet
Erik VanSchijndel
Cami Wells
Kari Westberg
Abby White
Nate Williams

Learn more about Staley School Ambassadors.

Fall graduation reception

Fall 2019 Staley School of Leadership Studies graduates are invited to celebrate their graduation at a reception in the Leadership Studies building lobby from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13.

Graduates may bring your friends and family to celebrate this special day with the Staley School of Leadership Studies faculty and staff.

Enjoy refreshments, take pictures and receive a small gift from us to wear at graduation! This is a come-and-go event, so please join us when you are able.

RSVP to the event by Friday, Dec. 6.

Unable to be there? Complete the RSVP form so we can highlight you during the reception.

For questions, email slsinfo@ksu.edu. Event updates will also be available on Facebook.

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Learn all about LEAD 212 and the minor

Have you been curious about the Staley School of Leadership Studies? Join this Facebook Live event to learn about the classes, the minor, the faculty, and hear from current students at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6.

The leadership studies minor and the nonprofit focus are both great enhancements to any major field of study at Kansas State University. But why? How can pairing the leadership studies minor benefit you now and in your future career and life after K-State? Tune in and find out!

We’ll cover FAQs and will be happy to answer your questions live.

Guests:
🎤 Mike Finnegan, instructor in LEAD 212: Introduction to Leadership Concepts
🎤 Nate Williams, freshman in food science/pre-med with a minor in leadership studies
🎤 Emily Lowe, senior in human development and family sciences with a non-profit leadership minor and a LEAD 212 Class Leader

This discussion will be beneficial for:
✔️ Students considering K-State
✔️ Students considering a Leadership Studies minor
✔️ Families interested in learning more about the value of their students’ coursework in Leadership Studies

 

Guests

 

Mike and two students will explain why LEAD 212:
✔️ Is invaluable to K-State students
✔️ Becomes a a pathway to the Leadership Studies minor
✔️ Will enhance and compliment any major area of study at K-State
🐟 …and we’ll explain why students throw a six pound salmon across the room in this class!

Spring 2020 LEAD 212 courses are offered…
⚫ Section A | 9:30-10:20 a.m. | MWF
⚫ Section B | 9:30-10:45 a.m. | T/U
⚫ And online!

LEAD 212 is offered every semester, in person and online, to help meet students’ busy schedules.

HandsOn hosts final mobile food distribution of the semester

HandsOn Kansas State will host its last mobile food distribution of the semester in conjunction with Harvesters Community Food Network of Topeka starting at 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, in parking lot C-1 of the Chester E. Peters Recreation Complex. 

The mobile food distribution is open to all members of the K-State and Manhattan community with fresh fruits and vegetables offered at no cost, while supplies last.  

Residents of Jardine Apartments are able to walk over and receive a ride home after picking up their produce.

For more information or questions about the mobile food distribution contact HandsOn Kansas State at handson@k-state.edu.

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