Monday, April 24, 2017

Leadership Studies Town Hall

The School of Leadership Studies Building opened in January 2010, and soon after became the first LEED certified building on K-State’s campus. The primary purpose of the Leadership Studies Building is to serve as a classroom and educational facility, although it is also a great space to host events, meetings and more.


  • March 28 3:30 pm Lecture: Hushpuppy, Hauntings, and Hurricanes: African American Girls Braving Storms, Inside and Out

    By Michelle Martin, scholar from the University of South Carolina.

  • November 11 7:00 pm Lou Douglas Lecture Series: “Monetizing the Student” by Marc Bousquet of Emory University

    Bousquet’s research interests include the relationship between schooling and participatory culture, particularly in regards to technology. He writes and speaks about digital pedagogy, writing studies and participatory culture.

  • October 27 7:00 pm Public Lecture Series

    K-State Book Network’s “The Other Wes Moore” Public Lecture Series: “A Contrast of Parallelisms and Confrontations: The Other Wes Moore Experiences on a PWI Campus” by Be Stoney, Department of Curriculum and Instruction.

    The panel will discuss their parallelisms and confrontations based on the book and PWI experiences.

  • November 9 1:30 pm Why Women Die: Social Determinants of Maternal Mortalit

    Lecture by Doug Laube, an obstetrician and gynecologist.

  • November 17 7:00 pm KSBN’s "The Other Wes Moore" Public Lecture Series

    “Privilege and the Intersectionality of Identities: A Complicated Reality” presented by Jenna Tripodi and Jessica Haymaker from the Center for Advocacy, Response and Education.
    All of us identify with multiple identities that are associated with varying amounts of privilege and power. How do we make sense of the lived realities of each of the identities we occupy? This lecture will facilitate an examination of the ways race, gender, class, religion, and sexual identity impact the way we understand ourselves and the world around us.

  • March 23 3:30 pm English Department Colloquium

    Literature Track faculty will present four ways of reading Blake’s poem “London”

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