Senior honor society Mortar Board selects members for 2017-2018
Monday, May 15, 2017
MANHATTAN — Mortar Board Senior Honor Society at Kansas State University has selected its new members for the 2017-2018 school year.
The 29 students are charged with upholding the organization's ideals of leadership, scholarship and service on the university campus and in the Manhattan community.
The following students are new members of Mortar Board; all will be seniors in the 2017-2018 school year:
Makenzie Allison, apparel and textiles marketing, Andover; Carly Wright, political science, Clearwater; Hannah Schauf, medical biochemistry, Colwich; Michael Zuniga, biology, Dodge City; Erin Hildreth, public relations and gerontology, El Dorado; Matthew Keener, economics, Ellsworth; Allison Doll, public relations, and Megan Steward, food science, both from Garden City.
From Greater Kansas City: Olivia Haney, chemistry and natural resources and environmental sciences, and Megan Vanderpool, biology, both from Lenexa; Eric Aube, medical biochemistry, Lauren Mertz, advertising, and Emily Moore, journalism, all from Overland Park; and Andrew McKittrick, computer engineering, Prairie Village.
Mikaela Flax, biology, Hays; Kennedy Felice, kinesiology, and Madison Long, chemistry, both from Manhattan; James Houghton, biology and medical biochemistry, and Megan Malm, organizational leadership, both from McPherson; Tracie Thibault, biology, Salina; Jordan Martin, computer science, Spring Hill; Regan Albertini, communication sciences and disorders, St. Paul; Maggie Murphy, elementary education, and Olivia Schmidtberger, kinesiology, both from Topeka; Allison Sears, family and consumer sciences education, Plainville.
From out of state: Gabby Coleman, architecture, Madison, Alabama; Heather Lipps, kinesiology, Portland, Maine; Chloe Nelson, communication studies, Kansas City, Missouri; and Abby Hershenow, secondary education-mathematics, St. Louis, Missouri.
In addition to the student members, Sarah Barrett, Clery Act compliance coordinator and assistant dean in the Office of Student Life at Kansas State University, has been inducted as an honorary member.