K-State Culturally

Birthed out of the jarring transition to primarily virtual alumni engagement, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the K-State Alumni Association embraces endless opportunity with the creation of K-State Culturally.

K-State Culturally is virtual programming and content centered on celebrating, uplifting and educating the Wildcat community through the lens of communities of color affiliated with Kansas State University.

Areas of content focus are:

  • Protest and Advocacy
  • Building Communities
  • Cultural Progress and Nostalgia
  • Food
  • How-Tos
  • Leadership in Color
  • Purple
  • Time, Talent and Treasure

Content for K-State Culturally will be posted on the K-State Multicultural Alumni Council (K-State MAC) Facebook page. Make sure to LIKE the page and receive notifications. 

November 9 - Becoming a Foreign Service Officer with Yolonda Kerney
November 10 - The Philippines Student Association Community
January 15 - Data Pulling, Data Mining and Data Storytelling w/ Adonis Wooten-Herron, Jeanine Lake and Crystal Danker
January 22 - How I Built Community w/ Clement Lee
February 9 - Purple Gone Global 
February 16 - Corporate Matching w/ Kelly Williams and Zach Maier
March 2 - Leadership in Color: Louis Duncan and USAID
March 23 - A Moment in Time w/ Anita Cortez

 

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