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Staley School of Leadership Studies

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Staley School of Leadership Studies
Kansas State University
257 Leadership Studies Building
1300 Mid-Campus Drive N.
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-6085 ph
785-532-6542 fax
leadership@ksu.edu


Spring Building Hours

Mon-Fri | 7am to 10pm
Sat & Sun | Closed

Radina's Coffee Hours
Mon - Thurs | 7am to 6pm
Fri | 7am to 5pm
Sat & Sun | Closed

 

Welcome to the Staley School of Leadership Studies

The Staley School provides students with academic knowledge and hands-on learning experiences that advance our mission of “Developing knowledgeable, ethical, caring, inclusive leaders for a diverse and changing world.” Students can pursue a minor in leadership studies, which offers a standard and nonprofit focus, as well as participate in co-curricular programming that focuses on personal and social responsibility. Learn more about the minor in leadership studies and additional ways to get involved with the community, make an appointment with an adviser in the School. 

 

Minor in Leadership Studies

If you are an incoming or transfer student preparing for orientation and enrollment and wish to learn more about how our unique coursework combines theory and practice with an emphasis on personal leadership development, view the minor in leadership studies

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Director's Note

Greetings from the Staley School of Leadership Studies! 

At the time of this writing, several Staley School members are participating in the 20th Annual International Leadership Association’s Global Conference, where faculty members are highlighting various scholarship efforts, our students are competing in the undergraduate case competition, and all are learning, making connections, and building the relationships critical to advancing our work.

We recently hosted our 8th annual Spirit of Leadership celebration (more pictures HERE), and our theme was engagement in communities – locally, and around the world. As we reflect on all of the initiatives we have developed, I am struck by the diversity and the impact of our mission in action.

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