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Staley School of Leadership Studies


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

785-532-6542 fax

Building Hours
7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Radina's Hours
7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

7 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Please enjoy our spring 2013 newsletter to keep you in the loop with all that is happening at Leadership Studies. Click on image above to read the newsletter as a PDF, or click on each individual story below:

Caring for Kenya

Learn about how one st
udent's International Service trip experience changed her life and inspired her to start a business helping women half-way across the world.


International Service Teams Send-Offs

Five teams of students will be travelling across the globe to serve during their summer breaks. Join us in celebrating teams venturing to Brazil, Kenya, Mexico, South Africa and Uganda!


Wildcats Leadership for Life: Pilot Mentor Program

Are you interested in enhancing the growth of current K-State students through lasting relationships and professional development? Read on to find out about how you can become a mentor!


Confronting Global Hunger

1 in 6 Americans suffer from the impact of hunger. Find out how YOU can join the fight to end hunger in your local community. 


Wildcat Leadership Challenge: Discovering, Dreaming, Designing 

Three students describe their experiences in the 2013 Wildcat Leadership Challenge. Learn about how 26 students spent the weekend discovering their strengths, dreaming about the future of K-State and designing plans to make those dreams come true.



K-State's Top Five

The votes are in! Empathy, Woo, Developer, Achiever and Harmony are the Top Five favorite strengths of K-State students. Read about how campus leaders see these strengths reflected each day in the K-State family.



Alumni Spotlight: Adam Tank

On April 22nd, School of Leadership Studies Alum, Adam Tank, presented a lecture on the importance of self-reflection. The lecture was entitled, "What Your Are Doing Now Is All You've Got". Read what Tank has to say and share your own techniques for self-reflection on our Facebook page.



As we approach graduation, we cannot believe our time at K-State is coming to an end! We know that we are all the more prepared for what comes next thanks to the lessons we have learned both in our time working and being involved with the School of Leadership Studies.


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