Behavioral Interview Workshops coming up!
Farmer's Insurance Group and the School of Leadership Studies are putting on two sessions of behavioral interview workshops on Tuesday, March 4th. These workshops will be in the Student Conference Room (Rm. 201) in the Leadership Studies Building from 3:30-5:30 p.m. and 6:00-8:00 p.m. Space is limited, so please RSVP to JR Love at email@example.com.
Fake Patty's Day Clean Up
Our annual Fake Patty's Day Clean-Up will take place on Sunday, March 9th from 10AM - 12PM. Students will meet at Triangle Park next to Aggieville and divide and conquer to help clean up the neighborhoods surrounding Aggieville. Come join us for some great community service and help build positive relationships in our Manhattan community. Remember, there's nothing fake about the mess we make! Volunteers can sign up through the following link: http://www.bit.ly/HOKS_signup
Assistant/Associate Professor Position Opening
The School of Leadership Studies is seeking candidates for a nine-month, tenure track, assistant professor or associate professor position with an emphasis in civic leadership. The position includes responsibilities for engaged teaching, engaged research and scholarly activity in one or more of the following areas: civic leadership, social innovation, ethical dimensions of leadership, cross-cultural leadership, nonprofit leadership, or leading change. Review of applications will begin February 5, 2014, and continue until the position is filled.
Wildcats Leadership for Life Webinar
Wildcats Leadership for Life will be hosting a webinar on Friday, March 28th. All Leadership Studies alumni and friends are invited! Click for details!
Courses Being Offered During Fall 2014
As enrollment approaches, don't forget to take a look at the courses being offered through the School of Leadership Studies during the fall 2014 semester.
Academic Mentoring currently seeking new mentors!
Apply to be an Academic Mentor and you could be part of the dedicated group of students committed to helping children in the Manhattan community!
Get connected with Facing Hunger: Cats Against Hunger
Kansas State University and the broader Manhattan community have teamed up with The Facing Project to share the stories of those in Manhattan, Kansas who have faced hunger. Their first person accounts will be written by local writers and told by local storytellers so that we, as an entire community, can begin to Face Hunger. See how you can contribute to telling the story of hunger in our community.
Catch a recording of Leadership Studies on 1350 KMAN's In Focus broadcast about The Facing Project here!
Spring 2014 Graduates
It's time to start thinking about graduation! Be sure you know all the steps to graduate with your leadership studies minor.