Kansas State University’s Innovation and Inspiration Campaign surpassed the $1.3 billion mark in December.
“The Innovation and Inspiration Campaign’s continued success is rooted in the generosity of the K-State family and its belief in the future of Kansas State University,” K-State President Richard Myers said. “We are thankful to the many alumni and friends who have invested in K-State faculty, students and programs. Your support is key to the university’s success, now and in the future.”
Funds raised through the campaign will be used to support students, faculty, facility enhancements and programs and will advance the university toward becoming a top 50 public research university by 2025. Three signature drivers have helped to build momentum during the campaign’s extension period, which will continue through June 30, 2020: Continue reading “Innovation and Inspiration Campaign surpasses $1.3 billion milestone”
To better serve you and optimize KSU Foundation resources, we will be switching telephone services as of January 22, 2019.
This means our phone service will be more efficient, and you’ll be able to reach your KSU Foundation connections by telephone more quickly, whether they are traveling or at the office.
It also means that the KSU Foundation’s phone numbers will be changing. Here is a list of new staff phone numbers, which will be active on January 22. Please bookmark this page and make note of the KSU Foundation numbers you call frequently.
Following the service change, call 785-775-2000 to reach the foundation reception desk.
Please note these often-called numbers:
Jennifer Fabrizius, director of trustee relations: 785-775-2015
RSVP hotline: 785-775-2040.
We appreciate your partnership as K-State’s premier advocates, ambassadors and investors.
With 2018 behind us, Student Foundation is happy to share some updates on our activities!
Starting in the summer, some of our members traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, for the CASE Affiliated Student Advancement Programs National Conference. Student Foundation gave two presentations and gained valuable ideas from other universities around the nation. Both of our presentations received outstanding evaluations from participating students and sponsors.
At the end of October, our campaign planning team met with Ambassador Nancy G. Brinker, the founder of Susan G. Komen, about how to grow our philanthropy and continue the mission of K-State Proud. We are so excited to apply some of the takeaways from her insightful experiences. Continue reading “K-State Student Foundation update”
In December, K-State President Richard Myers, along with Provost and Executive Vice President Chuck Taber and Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students Pat Bosco, announced key components for a new strategic enrollment management organizational structure/framework for K-State, to be put in place by July 1, 2019.
This new structural framework does not require any new senior administrative positions, but makes strategic use of those vacancies currently in the Provost’s office. It allows the university to begin building our SEM leadership and expertise.
Read the full story here.
Watch your mailbox (and your inbox!) for details for the 2019 Spring Board of Trustees Meeting!
SAVE THE DATE!
Board of Trustees Spring Meeting
Friday, May 10, 2019