K-State Human Ecology students join Kappa Omicron Nu honor society
Friday, November 4, 2005
MANHATTAN -- Kansas State University's Theta chapter of Kappa Omicron Nu honor society initiated new members Sunday, Oct. 16.
Kappa Omicron Nu is a national honor society for human ecology students. The honor society is intended to recognize leadership, research and scholarship. Undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate integrity, high standards of scholarship and the promise of future achievement are invited to join. Members must aspire toward the advancement of scholarship, personal and leadership development and maintenance of high standards.
New members include:
Andrea Stover, sophomore in family studies and human services, Arkansas City; Cynthia Akasaki, senior in dietetics, Easton; Amanda Brookover, sophomore in family studies and human services, and Emily Kleysteuber, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders, both of Garden City.
From Greater Kansas City: Sarah Bishop, sophomore in family studies and human services, Leawood; Jaimie Jones, sophomore in family and consumer sciences education, Olathe; Pratik Patel, sophomore in public health nutrition and dietetics, Shawnee; and Carolyn McCullough, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders, Stilwell.
Jamie Rood, sophomore in family studies and human services, Leonardville; and Virginia Kootz, senior in food and nutrition-exercise science, kinesiology and dietetics, Lorraine.
From Manhattan: Jessica Elliott, junior in apparel and textiles and Spanish; Alison Fortney, junior in family studies and human services; Dana Hunter, junior in family studies and human services; Meagan Krumm, junior in athletic training and pre-physical therapy; and Courtney Winslow, senior in psychology, family studies and human services and social work.
Kelli Burkdoll, senior in communication sciences and disorders, Melvern;Kara Schmidt, senior in interior design and gerontology, North Newton; Ragan Frederick, sophomore in pre-dentistry and family studies and human services, Sabetha; Joleen Wilson, junior in food and nutrition-exercise sciences, Smith Center; Jill Fritzemeier, sophomore in dietetics, Stafford; Heather Gartrell, sophomore in family and consumer sciences education, Stockton; and Amanda Barrett, junior in human ecology and mass communications and gerontology, Topeka.
From Missouri: Michelle Nold, senior in dietetics, Warrensburg.
From Pennsylvania: Cassondra White, senior in dietetics, Milton.
From Tennessee: Danita Griffey, senior in dietetics, Smyrna.
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