During her eight years serving as provost, April Mason made it a priority to be supportive to student and faculty led organizations. She was also heavily involved with attending events that animated diversity and inclusion on campus.
But this is April Mason’s last semester at K-State. Mason believes she and K-State need and new start, so the university plans to find a new provost with fresh ideas.
She plans to leave Kansas and go back to her hometown in Colorado, where she plans to enjoy a life of relaxation with her family, but says she will definitely miss the Wildcats.
K-State plans on having a celebration honoring Mason on May 9, at the Alumni Center.