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Staley School recognized for leadership education research and practice at national conference

Several leadership communication graduate students and Staley School of Leadership Studies faculty represented Kansas State University at the 2020 Association of Leadership Educators conference (ALE). The theme was “In Tune with Leadership: Understanding Research and Best Practices.”

ALE is an international organization aimed at strengthening the expertise of professional leadership educators. Staley School participants in the conference – which was virtual for the first time in conference history – presented in categories of leadership education research and innovative practice, as well as led workshops and roundtable discussions. The group also brought home several awards and had papers selected to appear in a special issue of the Journal of Leadership Education (JOLE).

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Staley School and CivicPlus deliver webinar on community engagement and racial equity

The Staley School of Leadership Studies and CivicPlus recently partnered to deliver a webinar to clients and government administrators from across the United States and Canada. Katie Gennero, solutions manager from CivicPlus, hosted Jurdene Coleman, leadership communication associate and PhD student, and Mac Benavides, leadership communication associate and PhD student, to deliver a webinar entitled “Fostering Open Dialogue on Racial Equity in Your Community.”

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Staley School faculty updates

As the spring semester came to a close, the Staley School of Leadership Studies had an opportunity to reflect on our only sure constant – change. As we enter the summer months, we celebrate some of life’s milestones with our faculty and staff – new jobs, new babies, and new adventures.

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Reflecting on our student programs

There is a seasonality to higher education and the American education system that is reliable and consistent. We have a fall and a spring semester, with a month-long break between, and a week-long break during each term. The summer brings its own set of programming and enrollment, and we have a moment to breathe before starting again in August.

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