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Background Information

Employment History

Via Christi Regional Medical Center


Vice President for Student Life

K-State Alumni Association


Vice President for Student Life

Wichita Eagle


Affiliations

Kansas State Athletics

Board Member


Kansas State University

Board Member


Parents and Family Association

Member


Delta Sigma Phi

Member of Phi Delta Kappa and the Greek Honorary Order


Kansas State University Vice President for Student Life

Founder


Bob's Birdies

Dean of Student Life and Member


Mortar Board Inc

Honorary Member


Blue Key

Honorary Member


Golden Key

Honorary Member


Education

K-State


Bachelor of Science

Elementary Education

Kansas State University


Doctorate

Higher Education

University of Nebraska


Master of Science

Educational Administration

Kansas State Bank


associate's degree

Onondago Community College


Web References(186 Total References)


Contact the Office of Student Life

www.k-state.org [cached]

Dr. Pat Bosco, Vice President for Student Life/
Dean of Students


kstateinternetjournalism.wetpaint.com

With it being so close to the college and being an important part of the city, Pat Bosco, Vice President of Student Life at K-State, told KTKA, "It's only natural for us to think of the future of a very important business district so close to the campus and so close to the
identification of K-State."


Acacia at K-State - Newsletter Articles

www.ksuacacia.org [cached]

Bosco Named 2010 Carlson Award Winner
Bill Riley '60, Dean Pat Bosco, 2010 Frank Carlson Award winner, Br. MANHATTAN, Kan. - K-State Acacia looked toward the future with the Board of Directors fall meeting and CORE Plus leadership presentation by 2010 Frank Carlson Award Winner, Dr. Pat Bosco, on October 17. Venerable Dean Chris Dolezal shared on the undergraduate perspective of Dr. Bosco's service. Bosco contributed to the success of K-State Acacia in recent years in many ways from leadership to recruitment. "With the help of Dr. Bosco behind the scene, we have grown from seven to 57 active members," Dolezal said. Br. Bill Riley introduced Dr. Bosco and enlightened the audience with a behind-the-scenes perspective on the last ten years. Dr. Bosco, 2010 Frank Carlson Award Winner named in honor of the former Kansas governor, gave a presentation on leadership and looking toward the future. He began by telling the story of Acacia's re-founding at K-State. "More than sixty alumni wanted not just to give money, but to roll up their sleeves and build this chapter back like never before." Dr. Bosco returned complements given to him by speaking of how great Acacia alumni were at not settling for mediocrity. "Tonight, you all are here celebrating what was the greatest turnaround in fraternity history," said Dr. Bosco. He compared Acacia to the turnaround in K-State's football program. One of Dr. Bosco's main points was to look toward the future. He gave an anecdote of a tour he had in the University of Texas' football locker room. All along the walls were plaques of each significant accomplishment. However, following each plaque was a curiously placed comma. During Dr. Bosco's tour, Mack Brown, head football coach of the University of Texas, came to the locker room and spoke with Dr. Bosco's group. During Dr. Bosco's tour, Mack Brown, head football coach of the University of Texas, came to the locker room and spoke with Dr. Bosco's group. It was Dr. Bosco's challenge that we adopt this mentality. Recognizing our accomplishments, Dr. Bosco posed the question: "A lot has already been done, but what more can we do as an Acacia family to become the best undergraduate fraternity experience in the country?"


Other University Committees

www.k-state.org [cached]

Contact: Pat Bosco 532-6237
Contact: Pat Bosco 532-6237 7035 Bramlage Coliseum Advisory Committee


Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity - Alpha Upsilon Chapter - K-State honors 13 graduating seniors

www.deltasigonline.com [cached]

The awards were presented at an April 18 reception by Pat Bosco, K-State associate vice president for institutional advancement and dean of student life.
The awards, first given in 1999, recognize the significant contributions these seniors made to student life at K-State. Directors and staff members in institutional advancement nominated candidates; Bosco made the final selections. "It's always a difficult decision," Bosco said, "because K-State has so many remarkable seniors who go out of their way to improve the campus experience for other students. But this group's accomplishments reallystand out." Source: Pat Bosco, 785-532-6237, This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it


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