Making a Difference

A look back at the spring meeting

More than 200 members of the KSU Foundation Board of Trustees gathered on Friday, April 20 for a day full of updates, celebrations and action!

In the morning, attendees received an update on the State of the Organization, an update from K-State President Richard Myers and a presentation from the Huron Group. Thanks to your contributions to the Trustees Excellence Fund, K-State was able to engage this strategic enrollment management consulting group to study enrollment trends.

You can download copies of the morning presentations here:

State of the Organization (PDF)
KSU Foundation President and CEO Greg Willems

Leading the narrative: Responding to changing times (PDF)
K-State President Richard Myers

Recognition

The Board of Trustees also celebrated recent milestones and achievements of some of its members:

Jackie Hartman was recognized for service to Kansas State University and her recent retirement as Chief of Staff and the university’s first director of community relations. Thank you for your service, Jackie, and for all you and Lee do to advance K-State!

Bill Stolzer was recognized for his 50th anniversary as a member of the KSU Foundation Board of Trustees. His daughter, Mary Kevin Stolzer, who is also a trustee, was in attendance to celebrate this remarkable milestone. Congratulations, Bill!

We also celebrated transformational naming gifts to the College of Engineering from Board of Trustees members. Trustees Tim and Sharon Taylor and Jim and Laura Johnson joined Ike and Letty Evans in giving a total of more than $22 million in support for the college. Read more about these amazing gifts.

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