DeLaney named outstanding KSU 2010 graduate
Friday, May 14, 2010
Brittany DeLaney, communication sciences and disorders, has been named one of 14 outstanding graduating seniors at K-State.
She was an Alpha Kappa Alpha National Scholar, Ronald E. McNair Scholar and a member of Mortar Board National Senior College Honor Society. She also is active with K-State's Black Student Union and Multicultural Student Honor Society.
"My leadership experiences gave me the opportunity to step outside of my comfort zone in order to challenge myself to reach higher limits," DeLaney said.
She plans to go to nursing school and specialize in either pediatric nursing or psychiatric nursing.
The awards, first given in 1999, recognize the significant contributions the seniors made to student life at K-State. Directors and staff members in the division of student life nominated candidates.
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This article was posted on Friday, May 14, 2010, and is filed under Family Studies & Human Services.