Graduate Student Leadership Workshop Series: Civic Leadership and Citizen Scholarship
As members of the K-State academic community, our studies and work are situated – physically and virtually – within local and global communities facing complex challenges. We all play a role in the civic mission of our institution, to generate knowledge and talent to advance the well-being of those communities. This session will help participants explore their present and future work, and consider how relationship, dialogue, and practice can be an explanatory lens to make sense of citizen-centered, community-engaged scholarship.
Changed to be a zoom only event due to COVID-19.
• Presented by: Brandon W. Kliewer, Assistant Professor of Civic Leadership, Staley School of Leadership Studies & RJ Youngblood, Assistant Director, Academic Achievement Center
Monday, April 13 at 11:30am to 1:00pm