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Human ecology honor society Kappa Omicron Nu initiates new members

Thursday, April 11, 2013

       

 

MANHATTAN -- Research, leadership and scholarship excellence has earned 53 Kansas State University students membership in Kappa Omicron Nu, a national human ecology honor society.

Membership in Kappa Omicron Nu is extended to undergraduate and graduate students who have demonstrated integrity, high standards of scholarship and the promise of future achievement. Undergraduate students must have completed 45 semester hours and have a minimum grade point average of at least 3.5. Graduate students must have completed 15 semester hours of graduate work and have a minimum grade point average of 3.7.

New members of Kappa Omicron Nu at Kansas State University include:

Callie Farrell, sophomore in dietetics, Atchison; Natalie Hoffman, sophomore in early childhood education, Claflin; Baillie Woydziak, senior in family studies and human services, Garden City.

From Greater Kansas City: Molly DeBusk, sophomore in family studies and human services, Abigail Kaplan, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders, Anne Pitts, senior in dietetics, and Caroline Toler, sophomore in family studies and human services, all from Leawood; Abby Reynolds, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders, Lenexa; Joseph Augustine, sophomore in nutrition and kinesiology, Sarah Budke, sophomore in apparel and textile design, Anne Jansen, senior in communication sciences and disorders, Alexandria Mitchell, senior in apparel and textile design, Amanda Privitera, junior in family studies and human services, and Emma Wilson, sophomore in interior design, all from Overland Park; Molly Rappold, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders, Prairie Village; and Kathleen Allin, senior in dietetics, and Katheryn Cornett, junior in dietetics, both from Shawnee.

Braden Hynek, senior in athletic training, Hanover; Shawna Scovell, junior in interior design, Haysville; Michael Armour, master's student in family studies and human services, Hutchinson; Erika Schiller, sophomore in dietetics, Leavenworth; Chelsee Short, junior in family studies and human services, Liberal; Alison Sharpe, sophomore in public health and nutrition, Lindsborg; Emily Boatman, sophomore in dietetics, and Becky Bolte, master's student in food service and hospitality management, both from Manhattan.

Tristen Snelling, sophomore in early childhood education, Marion; Jackie Lehechka, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders, Marysville; Jennifer Morris, senior in dietetics, Ogden; Caysi Gatts, sophomore in family studies and human services, Ozawkie; Dayna Pachta, junior in dietetics, Riley; Jill Robl, senior in public health nutrition, and Logan Wardyn, sophomore in family studies and human services, both from Salina; Amanda Mellenbruch, sophomore in family studies and human services, Soldier; and Janet Clearwater, master's student in gerontology, and Nicole Douglas, senior in dietetics, both from Topeka.

From out of state:

Jennifer Bange, master's student in dietetics, Hollister, Calif.; Pamela Lund, senior in dietetics, Stanton, Calif.; Katherine Gallo, doctoral student in human nutrition, Fairfield, Conn.; Christina Edenfield, senior in dietetics, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Lakan Shippy, master's student in gerontology, Kendallville, Ind.; Melissa Montgomery, sophomore in interior design, Columbia, Mo.; Mark Markeson, master's student in gerontology, Las Vegas, Nev.

From New York: Alexandra Dawes, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders, Buffalo; Rebecca Hamilton, senior in communication sciences and disorders, Lyons; Alicia Holl, master's student in apparel and textile merchandising, Manlius; and Ashley Webster, master's student in family studies and human services, Wappingers Falls.

Cametra Thompson, doctoral student in personal financial planning, Allen, Texas; Rebecca Griffin, master's student in family studies and human services, Lantana, Texas; Jamie Norris, senior in family studies and human services, Richmond, Va.; Kelly Freno, senior in dietetics, Suffolk, Va.; and Meagan Pollak, senior in dietetics, Milwaukee, Wis.

From out of country: Zhangmuge Cheng, sophomore in dietetics; and Haoran Hu, senior in interior design, both from China.

Source

Mary Molt
785-532-0324
marymolt@k-state.edu


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Atchison, Claflin, Garden City, Hanover, Haysville, Hutchinson, Leawood, Leavenworth, Lenexa, Liberal, Lindsborg, Manhattan, Marion, Marysville, Ogden, Overland Park, Ozawkie, Prairie Village, Riley, Salina, Shawnee, Soldier, and Topeka, Kan.; Hollister and Stanton, Calif.; Fairfield, Conn.; St. Petersburg, Fla.; Kendallville, Ind.; Columbia, Mo.; Las Vegas, Nev.; Buffalo, Lyons, Manlius and Wappingers Falls, N.Y.; Allen and Lantana, Texas; Richmond and Suffolk, Va.; and Milwaukee, Wis.

Written by

Stephanie Murray
785-532-2535
samurray@k-state.edu


At a glance

Research, leadership and scholarship excellence has earned 53 Kansas State University students membership in Kappa Omicron Nu, a national human ecology honor society. Membership is extended to undergraduate and graduate students who have demonstrated integrity, high standards of scholarship and the promise of future achievement.