Mark your calendars: Upcoming Board of Trustees Meetings
April 10-11, 2015 and October 2-3, 2015
Trustees Janet and Jack Ayres check in before the beginning of the 2014 Board of Trustees meeting in September.
This year’s annual meeting of the Board of Trustees was more interactive, informative and inspirational than ever before, with more than 200 trustees from 17 states attending. Here’s a look back at some highlights of the meetings.
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K-State’s new welcome center will be named the Berney Family Welcome Center, in recognition of the $11 million commitment to advance K-State made by Rand and Patti Berney, McKinney, Texas.
Construction on K-State’s Berney Family Welcome Center will begin in January 2015. The unique facility will be located in the east side of K-State’s Memorial Stadium, the first memorial built on campus. The Berney Family Welcome Center will distinguish K-State as one of the first universities in the country to provide a central location for resources that welcome prospective and new students, along with the career and employment services to help students make the transition from college to career. This facility will serve the entire K-State family as the front door to new opportunities. The warm, progressive environment will foster engagement among prospective and current students, parents, alumni, faculty, staff and corporate representatives. Interactive technology will be utilized throughout the facility. The atmosphere will convey K-State’s philosophy of “putting students first.”‘
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For the last nine years, faculty and staff at K-State have come together to support K-State through the All-University Campaign. With each year, the campaign has gained momentum, with more and more faculty and staff becoming more passionate about giving back to the area of K-State they care about most.
This fall, we asked more than 15 faculty and staff members why they give to the campaign. The resulting conversations show that for many, K-State is more than just an employer; it’s where they give. Read more giving stories from faculty and staff.