October 23, 2017
Final candidate for associate vice president for student life/diversity and multicultural student affairs announced
The search committee announces the final candidate who will interview for the associate vice president for student life/diversity and multicultural student affairs, or AVPSL/DMSA, position.
Tanisha Jenkins, director of the Office of Multicultural Student Life and Frieson Black Cultural Center at the University of Tennessee, will interview Oct. 25. The open forum will be 1:30-2:30 p.m. Oct. 25 in Big 12 Room at the K-State Student Union.
Application materials and complete itinerary for each candidate may be found on the vice president for student life website.
K-Staters are encouraged to attend the open forum presentation, "Articulate a strategic vision for the Multicultural Student Center. How will the Center advance K-State strategically to promote student success?" For those unable to attend in person, the open forums will be streamed live and archived on the vice president for student life's search website for 24 hours. There also will be an online candidate feedback survey on that website.
Oral or written feedback on the candidates also may be directed to members of the search committee: Olivia Baalman, LaVerne Bistie-Baldwin, Natacha Buchanan, Adam Carr, Brandon Clark, Mandy Cole, Bryan Davis, Bernard Franklin, Lori Goetsch, Tanya Gonzalez, Kathy Greene, David Griffin, Emily Lehning, John Morris, Savannah Rattanavong, Madai Rivera, Linda Henderson, Paloma Roman, Mary Vanier, Bryon Williams and Rebeca Paz.