K-State students lending a hand to put on all-University open house
Wednesday, January 10, 2007
MANHATTAN -- Students are behind an effort to showcase Kansas State University at the All-University Open House.
The event, which offers an up-close look at K-State's academic offerings and campus life, along with food, games and entertainment, will be Saturday, April 14. Students serving on the All-University Open House Coordinating Council are helping colleges organize activities for visitors and are overseeing other aspects of open house, including entertainment and student life exhibits.
K-State students serving on the coordinating council and their responsibilities include:
From Greater Kansas City: Anna Quisenberry, junior in public relations, special events coordinator, and Joanna Testa, senior in elementary education, College of Education representative, both of Olathe; and Ann Virgo, sophomore in business administration, Overland Park, entertainment coordinator.
Jacob Will, senior in management, Gypsum, College of Business Administration representative; Lindsay Graber, sophomore in agricultural communications and journalism, Hutchinson, College of Agriculture representative; Kayla Briggeman, senior in industrial engineering, Iuka, College of Engineering representative; Jonathan Tarman, senior in life sciences, Jetmore, student life exhibits coordinator; Donnie Hampton, freshman in business administration, Leavenworth, entertainment coordinator; Lindsay Waechter-Mead, third-year veterinary medicine student, Manhattan, College of Veterinary Medicine representative; Tim Sherman, junior in interior architecture and product design, McPherson, College of Architecture, Planning and Design representative; Ashley Phelon, food and nutrition-exercise science, Melvern, College of Human Ecology representative; Jennifer Hurley, senior in communication sciences and disorders, Parsons, College of Human Ecology representative; Shea Larson, senior in communication sciences and disorders, Scandia, student coordinator; Amanda Barrett, senior in human ecology-mass communications, Topeka, public relations coordinator; and Adam Snider, senior in biochemistry, Wichita, College of Arts and Sciences representative.
From out-of-state: Mark Ruzicka, fifth-year senior in landscape architecture, Sprinfield, Mo., College of Architecture, Planning and Design representative; Benjamin Strain, senior in architecture, Omaha, Neb., College of Architecture, Planning and Design representative; and Aimee Richardson, sophomore in architecture, Tulsa, Okla., College of Architecture, Planning and Design representative.
This article was posted on Wednesday, January 10, 2007, and is filed under College News.