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My degree: I graduated with bachelor's degrees in animal science and agricultural education. I also have a master's in secondary education.
My hometown: Council Grove, KS
College activities: Ag Reps/Ambassadors, Block and Bridle, Ag Ed Club, Livestock Judging Team
I love K-State sports. But in my free time I enjoy golfing, traveling, and I judge livestock shows all over the country.
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The faculty and staff at K-State made me want to come to school here. I knew that from the day I got to meet my advisor, Miles McKee.
The personal touch and investment that you receive from everyone at the university is so special to K-State.
I like to take out-of-town guests to Colbert Hills, Manhattan's award-winning golf course.
I'll never forget the friends that I made while at K-State.
Words of wisdom
Do your best to stay ahead of the game. It's easier to do it from the beginning than to try and catch up later.
Obtaining a degree in higher education allows you to make yourself a better person through the experiences you go through. The combination of research opportunities, industry connections, internship possibilities and activities will greatly enhance your experience at K-State.
Take a chance
My best tip for getting involved while at K-State is to not be afraid of trying new things. There are so many organizations at K-State. Until you look, you won't know which ones fit your personality.
Write a good first draft
Maintain consistent study habits. Don't cram at the end — it'll only cause you stress.
The roommate debate
Lay down rules and regulations of the house in the beginning. Talk out any problems that arise and do not avoid them — it will only make problems worse.
I could watch a marathon of "Two and a Half Men."