February 17, 2020
Climate survey reminder: Your voice matters
The 2020 University Climate Survey has completed its first week with more than 1,500 K-Staters who have submitted their responses. If you have not yet taken the opportunity to complete the survey, please do so. Your feedback is very important in helping to shape future initiatives of Kansas State University. Your voice matters!
According to "Educating Citizens" by Anne Colby, Thomas Ehrlich, Elizabeth Beaumont and Jason Stephens, "The [university] culture can play an important role in supporting growth in students' understanding of unfamiliar cultural traditions and in promoting respectful engagement across difference, thus preparing graduates to function well in a diverse society and a globally interdependent world. A [university] climate in which these values are salient can help students become more reflective about their own cultural backgrounds as well as developing better understanding of and respect for others."