Health and Safety Fliers
Working Group Members: Hannah Heatherman, Clara Valadares Kientz, Sara Thurston
The fliers near the sinks in campus restrooms are an ongoing project of the PCSW. We are always open for ideas on the subjects and designs of these fliers, and help is needed regularly to replace fliers with newer topics.
Current and past fliers:
Working Group Members: Kate Behan, Felisa Osburn, Laura Widenor
One area of need on campus has been for permanently designated rooms that can be used by nursing women to express breast milk. Rooms: 016 Anderson Hall, 124 Berney Welcome Center, Bill Snyder Family Stadium: Gate B, Bramlage Coliseum, 2108 College of Business, 182A Dole Hall, 2199 Engineering, 105 K-State Student Union, 243A Leadership Studies, 113 Leasure Hall, 1099 Regnier, 1103 Seaton Hall, 108A Trotter Hall, 108B Trotter Hall, 202 Umberger Hall, 302 Umberger Hall, and 207A Willard Hall have been established as lactation stations on the Manhattan campus. These 17 areas have each been equipped with privacy dividers, an electrical outlet, a table and a chair. There are also two designated areas at K-State Salina -- 117 Salina Technology Center and the Student Life Center female restroom -- and one area at K-State Olathe, room 212. Plans are underway for additional rooms in Dickens and the Natatorium. If you have any suggestions, changes or comments about the lactation stations please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more about the history of this project, click here.
Professional Development Fund
Working Group Members: Stephanie Bannister, Soumia Bardhan, Felisa Osburn (Chair), Sarah Reznikoff,Kristen Schau, Kristin Tobias, Barb Wells
This goal aligns with K-State 2025 Theme 5. The PCSW will review and grant funds for up to 50 percent of expenses with a maximum of $500 per academic year. Deadline for applications is March 20th for the Spring 2019 semester. View the Application for Funds (pdf).
We are working on getting a SANE/SART nurse in Manhattan. President Myers and the Student Body Leadership have been updated on this situation. There has been some progress toward this goal with a January 2018 date given as an expected completion date for having 2-3 nurses trained at the Via Christi Hospital.