Fall 2011 Retreat
Thursday, October 13, 2011 | K-State Student Union Ballroom
The retreat will provide an update of the self-study process and an overview of the marketing plans to create widespread awareness. The Division of Marketing and Communications will lead table discussions on ways to market to various constituents (i.e. students, faculty/staff, community, etc.). The presentation will also highlight ways to get involved.
Presenters: Dr. April Mason, Provost and Senior Vice President, Dr. Brian Niehoff, Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness/HLC Self-Study Chair, and Mr. Jeffery Morris, Vice President for Communications and Marketing.
Wednesday, September 8, 2010 | K-State Student Union Ballroom
The retreat will feature a presentation by Dr. John Taylor, K-State's HLC Liaison, regarding the accreditation process and upcoming site visit April 9 - 11, 2012, and provide an update on the progress made regarding K-State’s self-study since the preparation retreat last fall.
- Keynote Speaker: Dr. John Taylor, Vice President for Accreditation Relations, K-State's HLC Liaison, Higher Learning Commission
- Presenters: Dr. Kirk Schulz, President; Dr. April Mason, Provost and Senior Vice President, Dr. Brian Niehoff, Associate Provost; Dr. Myra Gordon, Associate Provost for Diversity, Jeffery Morris, Vice President for Communications and Marketing, and sub-committee co-chairs
Event was held September 1, 2009 in the K-State Alumni Associate Ballroom. The purpose of the retreat was to provide a preliminary overview and orientation for the Accreditation Self-Study and Site Visit by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) scheduled for the 2011-2012 Academic Year. The retreat focused on helping a broad group of individuals across campus become more familiar with the accreditation process, and its importance to K-State.
HLC Retreat Presentation (.pdf) (picture slide show omitted to reduce file size)
- Presented by Dr. Ruth Dyer, Interim Provost; Dr. Cia Verschelden, former Director of Assessment/Current VP for Academic Affairs, Highland Community College; and Brian Niehoff, Interim Associate Provost