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Human ecology honor society Kappa Omicron Nu selects new members

Friday, March 11, 2016

16-KON-inducteesScholarship, leadership and research excellence has earned more than 40 Kansas State University students membership in Kappa Omicron Nu, a national human ecology honor society.

Membership in Kappa Omicron Nu is extended to undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Human Ecology 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.

The following students are new members of Kappa Omicron Nu at Kansas State University:

Lindsey Sparlin, junior in family studies and human services, Arkansas City; Jenna Haverkamp, junior in communication sciences and disorders,Baileyville; Brooke Claycamp, senior in family studies and human services,Blue Rapids; Casey Weaver, junior in communication sciences and disorders, Burlingame; Brooke Engler, junior in communication sciences and disorders, Downs; Tiffany Standerwick, junior in dietetics, Emporia; Kaylee Seyferth, sophomore in family studies and human services, Garden City.

From Greater Kansas City: Maureen Graham, sophomore in dietetics,Lenexa; and Elizabeth Holsworth, senior in apparel marketing, Michaela Moyer, sophomore in hospitality management, Paige Salts, sophomore in kinesiology, and Katherine Strang, senior in dietetics, all from Overland Park.

Breta Alstrom, senior in dietetics, Halstead; Allison Becker, sophomore in personal financial planning, Lancaster.

From Manhattan: Melissa Bohn, sophomore in apparel marketing; Jessica Garate, master's student in family and community services; Aubrey Griffin, junior in dietetics; Molly Ward, junior in dietetics; and Tracee Watkins, doctoral student in human ecology.

Carson Jennings, sophomore in kinesiology, Moline; Kaitlin Ensminger, junior in family studies and human services, Moran; Allison Sears, sophomore in family and consumer science education, Plainville; Jill Swart, senior in family studies and human services, Seneca; Erin Schwant, master's student in family studies and human services, Topeka; Kristen Kufahl, junior in family studies and human services, Wheaton; and Lacey Ireton, senior in dietetics, and Lea Mork, senior in dietetics, both fromWichita.

From out of state:

Kelsey Casey, master's student in human nutrition, Lancaster, California; Jennifer Massman, senior in dietetics, Lafayette, Colorado; Twila Linville, junior in dietetics, Bement, Illinois.

From Missouri: Laura Wendte, senior in dietetics, Greenwood; Colin Amick, sophomore in kinesiology, Kansas City; and Somer Anderson, doctoral student personal financial planning, St. Louis.

Erin Schmitt, senior in dietetics, Libby, Montana.

From Nebraska: Rachel Goltl, junior in dietetics, McCook; and Natalie Hahn, junior in family studies and human services, Omaha.

Andrea Bazzanella, senior in dietetics, Bayville, New Jersey.

From Texas: Michele Veloz, senior in dietetics, Amarillo; and Summer Orr, junior in dietetics, Colleyville.

From out of country: Shreya Munge, sophomore in dietetics, Dubai; Basem Azmy Saad Boutros, doctoral student in human ecology, Egypt; Mutiara Kusuma, doctoral student in human nutrition, Indonesia.

This article was posted on Friday, March 11, 2016, and is filed under Apparel, Textiles, & Interior Design, College News, Family Studies & Human Services, Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health, Hospitality Management, Kinesiology.