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Source: Diane Potts, 785-532-1090, potts@k-state.edu
News release prepared by: Katie Mayes, 785-532-2535, kmayes@k-state.edu

Monday, April 26, 2010

THIRTEEN K-STATE STUDENTS EARN PRIZES AT ANNUAL RENDERING COMPETITION

MANHATTAN -- Thirteen Kansas State University students received prizes in the College of Architecture, Planning and Design's 17th annual Student Rendering Competition.

The renderings are on display in Seaton Hall's Chang Gallery through Friday, April 30. The gallery is free and is open to the public 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.

Of the 62 entries in the blind competition, 15 were selected by the jurors for special recognition. Prizes were $150 for first place, $100 for second, $75 for third and $50 for an honorable mention, and were sponsored by K-State alum Ted Knapp and his wife, Sue.

Competition winners include:

Jacob Campbell, third-year student in architecture, Derby, third place, computer; Jordan Lohfink, fifth-year student in architecture, Holcomb, honorable mention, mixed media; Lana Keltner, second-year student in architecture, Overland Park, second place, freehand black and white; Samantha McCloud, second-year student in architecture, Prairie Village, honorable mention, freehand black and white; Jeff Schober, third-year student in architecture, Stilwell, second place, computer; Maria Deters, fifth-year student in architecture, Topeka, second place, freehand color; and Kyle Tinsmon, second-year student in architecture, Wichita, first place, freehand black and white.

From out of state:

Stephanie Pile, fifth-year student in architecture, Centennial, Colo., first place, computer.

From Missouri: Brad Price, fifth-year student in architecture, Blue Springs, first place and honorable mention, freehand color; Tanya Jana, second-year student in architecture, Lee's Summit, third place, freehand black and white; and Andrea Nelson, fifth-year student in interior architecture and product design, Smithville, first place, mixed media.

Lindsay Whitehead, fifth-year student in architecture, Katy, Texas, honorable mention, freehand color.

From out of country: Osamah Alhamdan, master's student in architecture, Saudi Arabia, honorable mention, freehand color.