April 17, 2020
Faculty and staff invited to Virtual Town Hall with K-State administrators
Submitted by Communications and Marketing
As we continue remote learning and limited operations on all Kansas State University campuses, President Richard Myers, Provost Charles Taber and other university leaders invite faculty and staff to participate in a Virtual Town Hall from 8-9 a.m. Tuesday, April 21.
The Virtual Town Hall will be broadcast via YouTube Live. Access will require a K-State eID to view the session. Please visit the president's communications webpage to access the stream.
"We understand how challenging and stressful these changes have been for faculty and staff as the coronavirus pandemic continues," Myers said. "It's been a big undertaking, and we could not have accomplished all we have without your cooperation and understanding. That's why we want to hear from you about how things are going, the challenges you are facing and to provide the latest information on university operations."
Myers and Taber will be joined by Faculty Senate President Tanya González, who also will serve as moderator. Other panelists may be added.
Please email questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Town Hall question." Faculty and staff may also use this email to submit questions and comments during the session.