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Spring scholarships help Kansas State University Global Campus students

Monday, March 27, 2017

 

MANHATTAN — More than 30 students were awarded scholarships for the spring 2017 semester by Kansas State University Global Campus. The scholarships totaled $31,900 and went to degree-seeking distance students across the U.S.

Scholarships awarded include the K-State Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students and the Military Spouse Scholarship, as well as scholarships provided in collaboration with Kansas State University colleges and departments.

The following Kansas State University students are recipients of spring 2017 distance education scholarships:

Cheryl Buckner, master's student in teaching, Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students, and Kaisha Gurtner, senior in general business, College of Business Administration Scholarship for Distance Education Students, both from Dodge City; Rebecca Windholz, sophomore in general business, Hoxie, College of Business Administration Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Elsa Toburen, master's student in academic advising, Manhattan, College of Education Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Benjamin Bryan, junior in technology management, Olathe, College of Technology and Aviation Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Kyle House, senior in general business, Salina, College of Business Administration Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Ann Schrick, master's student in teaching, Sedgwick, College of Education Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Natalie Stanley, master's student in business administration, St. George, College of Business Administration Scholarship for Distance Education Students.

From Topeka: Casey Dodge, master's student in teaching, Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Andrea Graham, master's student in teaching, College of Education Scholarship for Distance Education Students; and Ryan Arnold, master's student in educational leadership, Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students.

Amy O'Grady, senior in food science and industry, Wathena, College of Agriculture Scholarship for Distance Education Students.

From out of state:

Tiffany Preston, senior in family studies and human services, Pleasant Grove, Alabama, Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Andrew Evans, master's student in teaching, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Rachel Stevick, master's student in food science, Brooksville, Florida, College of Agriculture Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Claudia Nunez, junior in interdisciplinary social science, Tampa, Florida, College of Arts and Sciences Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Cheyenne Stewart, junior in animal sciences and industry, Buhl, Idaho, College of Agriculture Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Brittney Stoutenborough, senior in animal sciences and industry, Maroa, Illinois, College of Agriculture Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Joleen Murray, senior in nutrition and health, Vandalia, Illinois, Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Rebecca Giertz, master's student in industrial and organizational psychology, Greenfield, Indiana, College of Arts and Sciences Scholarship for Distance Education Students.

Alyssa Yeager, master's student in academic advising, Columbia, Maryland, Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Amy Duley, senior in animal sciences and industry, Upper Marlboro, Maryland, College of Agriculture Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Joanna Czarniecki, master's student in academic advising, Hatfield, Massachusetts, College of Education Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Victoria Fryer, master's student in industrial and organizational psychology, Flint, Michigan, College of Arts and Sciences Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Erin Schmitt, senior in dietetics, Libby, Montana, Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Vanessa Jackson, sophomore in general business, Las Vegas, Nevada, College of Business Administration Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Danielle Decker, senior in dietetics, Summerville, North Carolina, Military Spouse Scholarship; Summer Berkemeier, junior in general human ecology, Grove City, Ohio, Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Lori Schrader, senior in family studies and human services, Lebanon, Ohio, Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Lora Welliver, senior in food science and industry, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, College of Agriculture Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Lisa Haynes, senior in interdisciplinary social science, Auburn, Washington, College of Arts and Sciences Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Hannah Wessels, senior in family studies and human services, Tomah, Wisconsin, Military Spouse Scholarship; Camille Osborne, senior in dietetics, Powell, Wyoming, Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health Scholarship for Distance Education Students.

To learn more about scholarships for distance students and how to apply, visit global.k-state.edu/students/tuition/scholarship. Scholarship applications for fall 2017 are due April 1.



Source

Rebecca Dale
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Website

Kansas State University Global Campus

News tip

Dodge City, Hoxie, Manhattan, Olathe, Salina, Sedgwick, St. George, Topeka and Wathena, Kansas; Pleasant Grove, Alabama; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Brooksville and Tampa, Florida; Buhl, Idaho; Maroa and Vandalia, Illinois; Greenfield, Indiana; Columbia and Upper Marlboro, Maryland; Hatfield, Massachusetts; Flint, Michigan; Libby, Montana; Las Vegas, Nevada; Summerville, North Carolina; Grove City and Lebanon, Ohio; Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania; Auburn, Washington; Tomah, Wisconsin; and Powell, Wyoming.

Written by

Ashley Nietfeld
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anietfeld@k-state.edu