Are you in your first year at K-State? Join us for a K-State tradition: Wildcat Dialogues.
Mark your calendars for 7-9 p.m. Monday, Sept. 21! Wildcat Dialogues is an intercultural learning and leadership event designed for all first-year K-State students. This evening provides an opportunity for meaningful dialogue and building connections, as we work to create a community of belonging for all.
During Wildcat Dialogues, you will:
- Learn how to create communities of belonging
- Build cross-cultural relationships through meaningful dialogue
- Engage in active listening, empathy and perspective-taking
- Build a skillset to understand cultural differences and similarities
The event will take place virtually via Zoom, and you will be in groups of approximately ten students, led by a small group facilitator. Facilitators are trained students, faculty, staff and community members. Sign up to be a facilitator here.
RSVP for the event by Monday, Sept. 14 and receive a free Wildcat Dialogues face mask!
This event is coordinated in partnership between the Staley School of Leadership Studies and Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs, alongside a large committee representing students, faculty and staff. This collaboration represents the commitment by our campus community to create a culture of belonging for all.
For any questions, please contact student co-chairs: Vedant Kulkarni at firstname.lastname@example.org, Julia Gross at email@example.com, and Johari Snell at firstname.lastname@example.org, or faculty co-chairs, Tamara Bauer, Staley School of Leadership Studies, at email@example.com or Debra Bolton, Diversity and Multicultural Student Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.