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Students at K-State at Salina earn honors for outstanding work

Monday, June 14, 2010

Kansas State University at Salina has recognized several students with awards for outstanding academic achievements, writing skills, dedication, leadership or community service in the 2009-2010 school year.

Students earning recognition include:

Ben Noble, senior in engineering technology, Belleville, Outstanding Student In Construction Engineering; Chance Haddon, senior in engineering technology, Ellinwood, outstanding Student in Computer Systems Technology; Shae Blackwell, senior in family studies and human service, Hanston, Most Inspirational Student of the Year; Carol Cooper, sophomore in professional pilot, Hutchinson, Wildcat Pride for Determination; Justin McKnight, senior in aviation maintenance, Lindsborg, Outstanding Student in Aviation Maintenance.

From Salina: Paul Bijonowski, senior in engineering technology, Outstanding Student in Mechanical Engineering Technology; Kelly James Brown, senior in technology management, Outstanding Student in Technology Management; Thomas Burke, junior in biology, Outstanding Student in Chemistry; Alan Hoover, senior in engineering technology, third place Expository Writing Award; Roger Holter, senior in engineering technology, Outstanding Student in Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology and second place Expository Writing Award; Bryan Hurlbut, senior in technology management, first place Expository Writing Award; and Morgan Miles, sophomore in applied business, Wildcat Pride for Community Service.

From out of state: Sarah Wildman, senior in professional pilot, South Charleston, Ohio, Outstanding Student in Professional Pilot; and Paul Cain, junior in engineering technology, Hot Springs, S.D., Wildcat Pride for Dedication.

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This article was posted on Monday, June 14, 2010, and is filed under College News, Family Studies & Human Services.