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College of Human Ecology

50 students tapped for Kappa Omicron Nu honor society

Monday, March 26, 2012

Fifty students have been selected for membership into K-State’s Kappa Omicron Nu, the human ecology honor society.

They are 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.

New members of Kappa Omicron Nu include:

Haley Jones, senior in family studies and human services; Rachel Bloom, master's student in gerontology; Kathleen Phillips, junior in family studies and human services; Anna Baughan, sophomore in communication studies and disorders; Jordan DeTar Newbert, sophomore in interior design; Logan Barefoot, junior in family studies and human services; Sarah Hemmen, junior in early childhood education;

Jana Miller, junior in family studies and human services and communication sciences and disorders; Jamie Engelken, junior in personal financial planning; Alicia Williams, senior in communication sciences and disorders; Rachel Kennedy, senior in dietetics; Melissa Richardson, sophomore in fashion design; and Leona Murphy, master's student in early childhood education; Nicole Specht, senior in dietetics;

LeaAnne Diederich, junior in family studies and human services and pre-occupational therapy; Alyssa Miller, junior in dietetics; Lexi Peterson, junior in communication sciences and disorders; Samuel Honey, junior in family studies and human services; Tonya Ricklefs, doctoral student in family studies; Hillary L'Ecuyer, sophomore in interior design; Chelsea Mitchell, sophomore in early childhood education;

Emily Groves, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders; Brittany Claassen, sophomore in apparel marketing; Traci Bolin, senior in dietetics; Lacy Gatz, sophomore in family studies and human services; Lauren Nutt, sophomore in apparel and textiles design; Allison O'Rourke, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders; Caroline Swanson, junior in communication sciences and disorders;

Rachel Swenson, sophomore in family studies and human services; Marvel Alder, master's student in family financial planning; Katherine Meyer, master's student in personal financial planning; and Yvonne Roehr, senior in dietetics; Ann Vosbeek, sophomore in dietetics; Nicole Schmalz, senior in dietetics; and Jessica Perrault, senior in dietetics; Melanie Newkirk, master's student in dietetics; Christine Rogers, sophomore in dietetics;

Kalyn Siade, master's student in merchandising; Victor Ricciardi, graduate student in family financial planning; Erin King, senior in dietetics; Jaclyn Scheidhauer, junior in family studies and human services; Carson O'Connor, sophomore in family studies and human services; and Christine Morse, senior in dietetics; Cindy Patierno, senior in dietetics; Amy Menzie, master's student in dietetics;

Julie Cumbie, doctoral student in personal financial planning; Kristen Brunkow, sophomore in family studies and human services; Margaret Young, senior in dietetics; Shirley Robinson, sophomore in family studies and human services; and Kristina Garza, senior in family studies and human services.

From university communications and marketing

This article was posted on Monday, March 26, 2012, and is filed under Apparel, Textiles, & Interior Design, Center on Aging, College News, Family Studies & Human Services, Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health, Hospitality Management.