Human Ecology students in K-State Student Alumni Board helping to introduce high school sophomores, their families to life at K-State
Tuesday, March 13, 2007
MANHATTAN -- Some Kansas State University students are lending their expertise in life at K-State to prospective Wildcats and their families at a special recruiting event.
Offered in conjunction with K-State's All-University Open House, For Sophomores Only brings high school students and their families to campus for an in-depth look at life on the K-State campus. The program is Friday, April 13, and Saturday, April 14.
For Sophomores Only is put on by members of K-State's Student Alumni Board, a group of 30 K-State students selected to represent K-State to high school students, their parents and alumni. K-State Student Alumni Board members assisting with For Sophomores Only include:
Andrew Pritchard, senior in architectural engineering, Augusta; Mary Kate Ludwig, senior in history, Beloit; Matthew Wagner, senior in management information systems, El Dorado; Jamie Ball, sophomore in biology, Eureka; Katie Niederee, sophomore in nutritional sciences, Great Bend.
From Greater Kansas City: Courtney Held, sophomore in dietetics, Leawood; Andrew Ellis, senior in political science, Lauren Luhrs, senior in human ecology and mass communications, Andrew Satterlee, sophomore in chemical engineering, and Martin Wilson, sophomore in biology, all of Overland Park; Christopher Miller, junior in elementary education, and Nicholas Piper, senior in finance, both of Shawnee.
Kelsey Moran, freshman in pre-professional business administration, Hays; Wayne Stoskopf, freshman in agribusiness, Hoisington; Rachael Barnett, junior in communication sciences and disorders, and Jenna Huston, senior in English education, both of Hutchinson; Melissa Hildebrand, senior in agricultural communications and journalism, Junction City; Sharita Lacey, junior in animal sciences and industry, Kincaid; Justine Sterling, senior in agricultural communications and journalism, Kiowa; Andrea Vap, senior in accounting, La Crosse; Donnie Hampton, freshman in pre-professional business administration, Leavenworth.
Megan Dwyer, sophomore in regional and community planning, and Sally Ebright, fifth-year senior in interior architecture and product design, both of Lyons; Sarah Devlin, senior in biochemistry, Manhattan; Andy Gigstad, sophomore in agricultural economics, Nortonville; Whitney Hubert, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders, Oakley; Ashley Guenther, sophomore in agricultural economics, and Zachary Maier, senior in computer engineering, both of Ottawa; Becky Sullivan, freshman in agricultural communications and journalism, Paola; Emily Schneider, freshman in agricultural communications and journalism, Smolan; Joe Vossen, senior in political science, Tecumseh; Mary Geiger, senior in agricultural communications and journalism and English, Troy; Ashley Hanson, sophomore in pre-journalism and mass communications, and Taylor Symons, sophomore in speech, both of Wamego; Dena Bunnel, junior in political science, Welda; Billy Brown, sophomore in animal sciences and industry, Westmoreland; Matt King, senior in political science, and Colleen Loo, senior in chemical science, both of Wichita.
Anthony Carter, junior in pre-professional secondary education, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Emily Besler, senior in political science, Evergreen, Colo.; Lindsey Small, senior in bakery science and management, Indianapolis, Ind.; Paul Mintner, sophomore in political science, Higginsville, Mo.; John Lantz, junior in accounting, Kirkwood, Mo.; and Adriana Perrone, sophomore in environmental design, St. Charles, Mo.
This article was posted on Tuesday, March 13, 2007, and is filed under College News.