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Kappa Omicron Nu inducts 41 human ecology students

Monday, April 25, 2011

Excellence in research, leadership and scholarship has earned 41 Kansas State University human ecology students membership in Kappa Omicron Nu, the human ecology honor society.

New members of Kappa Omicron Nu at K-State include:

  • Alyssa Peterson, sophomore in dietetics
  • Hannah Sigvaldson, sophomore in apparel and textiles
  • Hilary Heinrichs, sophomore in athletic training and pre-physical therapy
  • Martin Cram, senior in family studies and human service
  • Beth Schneider, junior in communication sciences and disorders
  • Taylor Johnston, sophomore in kinesiology and nutrition
  • Christina Farmer, junior in hotel and restaurant management
  • Courtney Schmitz, sophomore in family studies and human services
  • Carmen Burchett, junior in family studies and human services
  • Laura Cates, junior in dietetics
  • Megan Cleary, graduate student in family studies and human services
  • Megan Ekedahl, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders
  • Kathleen Novosel, sophomore in dietetics
  • MaryJo Paiva, senior in dietetics
  • Kalynn Vibbert, sophomore in family studies and human services
  • Kathryn Hartman, sophomore in family studies and human services
  • Adnan Alkhiary, graduate student in family studies and human services
  • Ju Won Choi, graduate student in human ecology
  • Julie Louk, graduate student in public health
  • Ashley Meek, sophomore in apparel and textiles
  • Sidney Westervelt, sophomore in secondary family and consumer sciences education
  • Devon Parks, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders
  • Clarissa Sents, sophomore in family studies and human services
  • Stephanie Horsch, junior in early childhood education and pre-physical therapy
  • Lauren Adelhardt, junior in dietetics
  • Jennifer Birzer, sophomore in apparel and textiles
  • Briana Finch, junior in public nutrition and pre-nursing
  • Mallorie Mendell, senior in family studies and human services
  • Sean Jefferson, graduate student in family studies and human services
  • Monica Ebert, sophomore in apparel and textiles
  • Katie Korwin, graduate student in merchandising
  • Keli Bruch, sophomore in apparel and textiles
  • Megan Wood, junior in hotel and restaurant management
  • Angela Calhoun, sophomore in family studies and human services
  • Kaylee McMahon, junior in family studies and human services
  • Emily VanWoerkom, senior in family studies and human services
  • Bonnie Purdeu, senior in dietetics
  • Jennifer Egeland, graduate student in nutrition
  • Erin Warden, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders
  • Lara McNeil, sophomore in dietetics
  • Chelsey Simmons, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders

Membership in the society is extended to undergraduate and graduate students who have demonstrated integrity, high standards of scholarship and the promise of future achievement. Undergraduate students must have completed 45 semester hours and have a minimum grade point average of at least 3.5. Graduate students must have completed 15 semester hours of graduate work and have a minimum grade point average of 3.7.

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This article was posted on Monday, April 25, 2011, and is filed under Apparel, Textiles, & Interior Design, College News, Family Studies & Human Services, Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health, Hospitality Management.