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In search of KU international student leaders. . .

It's time for the third annual

International Leader Quest

Are you an officer in a campus club or organization?

Do you serve on a committee in your academic department?

Are you captain of your intramural sports team?

Do hold an elected position in your residence hall or scholarship hall?

Or do you have a position in a Lawrence community organization?

Whatever it is that makes you a leader, ISS wants to hear from you. We’ll be recognizing our current international student leaders for their efforts at a special event during International Education Week in November, on the ISS webpage, with a display in the ISS office, and through a variety of other promotions around campus throughout the academic year.

You can see the “Complete List of International Student Leaders” profiles from last year’s Leader Quest here. Then, fill out the form below to tell us how you are a leader and submit your photo for inclusion in the 2019 Leader Quest.

Your submission of information and optional accompanying photograph indicates your consent for The University of Kansas to publicly post this submission in any media deemed appropriate by the University, inclusive of publications, webpages, and displays, for the purpose of recognizing you as an international student leader.
While we know being involved as a member of a club or organization or participation in an activity is important, this program is only to recognize those in a leadership role. Also, only leadership positions currently held here, not past positions or those in your home country, qualify for inclusion.

Deadline to be included is Friday, November 1, 2019

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