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Women of K-State
Lauren McKnight
Office of the President
Kansas State University
110 Anderson Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506


Additional Events

If you would like to have your event information posted here, please contact Lauren McKnight at lmcknight@ksu.edu.

Landon Lecture: President of Costa Rica, Luis Guillermo Solis
May 19th 5:30 p.m
Forum Hall, K-State Student Union

Luis Guillermo Solís, president of Costa Rica, has joined the lineup of Landon Lectures at Kansas State University for spring 2016.
"The Landon Lecture Series has a long history of bringing international leaders to the university, so we're pleased to add President Solís to this distinguished list," said Jackie Hartman, the university's chief of staff, director of community relations and chair of the Landon Lecture Series.

Letting Go of the Things That Hold You Back (EAP Webinar)
May 26th 3 – 4 p.m.

Letting Go of the Things That Hold You Back is a Spiritual Wellness opportunity."Living the Good Life!" How often have we heard that statement? Usually it’s meaning is about happiness, health and satisfaction within our lives. In this session we’ll discuss what’s needed to accomplish “the good life”: what to bring along on life’s journey, what to leave behind, what to acquire along the way.

Register at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1939444326107098371. If you cannot attend at the scheduled time but are interested, register and a recording will be sent to you via email following the webinar. Or if you only have 5-10 min check out the On-Demand Trainings at www.guidanceresources.com (Company ID: SOKEAP). These short training modules include fun, interactive features, and help you build practical skills to deal with real-life challenges.

Contact: Rebecca Laessig, rmlaessig@ksu.edu, 785-532-4787

Effective Stress Management
June 8th 1:30 – 2:30 p.m.
Room 123, Leadership Studies Building

In this session participants will review common stressors in their lives and understand how behaviors and attitudes can play a role in how people cope with stress.  Participants will think of a stressful situation and consider what they can avoid, alter, adopt, and accept.  

This session requires a minimum of 10 participants and can be customized for your department.  To learn about options, please send an email to Learning and Development at learning-develop-hr@ksu.edu.     

Session Objectives:  As a result of this session, participants will:

  • Identify the sources of stress
  • Understand the types of stress
  • Recognize the symptoms of stress
  • Discuss stress management strategies

For more information, visit the event website.

Sponsor: Division of Human Capital Services



For additional events hosted by the Office of the President please visit http://www.k-state.edu/landon/