Mortar Board Senior Honor Society names new members of 2014-2015
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
MANHATTAN — Kansas State University's chapter of Mortar Board has selected its new members for the 2014-2015 school year.
Mortar Board National Senior Honor Society is an organization composed of college seniors who are willing to serve both their university and their university's community. Members meet weekly and host a variety of events throughout the school year, keeping with the society's three pillars of scholarship, leadership and service.
The new members of Mortar Board, who will all be of senior standing by fall 2014, have at least a 3.0 GPA and have shown exemplary scholarship, leadership and service. More information is available at http://www.k-state.edu/mortarboard/index.htm.
New chapter members for the 2014-2015 school year are:
Beth Reichenberger, senior political science, geology and international studies, De Soto; Kate Lock, senior in accounting, Dodge City; Magen Witcher, senior in sociology and organizational communications, Elkhart;
From Greater Kansas City: Gillian Long, junior in biochemistry, Leawood; Chris Brown, senior in supply chain management and marketing, Lenexa; Haley Claxton, senior in history, and Suhani Gandhi, senior in accounting, finance and economics, both from Olathe; Robert Breeden, senior in biology, Matt Castinado, senior in kinesiology and gerontology,Connor Hunt, junior in public relations, and Kelsey Ritz, junior in social work, all from Overland Park; Sarah McKittrick, senior in finance and accounting, Prairie Village; and Robert Larson, junior in music education, and Zachary Stroth, junior in family studies and human services, Shawnee.
Sarah Truman, senior in life science and gerontology, Hutchinson; Sarah Haley, senior in psychology and sociology, Lawrence; Kara Cavalli, senior in family studies and human services, Lincoln; Alexandra Sager, junior in management, and Pierce Stephens, senior in management information systems and management, both from Manhattan; Mattie Loder, junior in accounting, Marquette; Katie Noll, senior in secondary education-mathematics, Nortonville; Melissa McGuire, senior in industrial engineering, Pratt; Kelsie Hoss, junior in animal sciences and industry, Sharon Springs; Mariah Miller, senior in biology, Spivey; and Samantha Claassen, senior in nutrition and dietetics, Whitewater.
From out of state:
Mackenzie Mong, junior in philosophy, Littleton, Colo.; Ashley Uhl, senior in finance, Lake Ozark, Mo.; and Taylor Laskowski, senior in biology and international studies, Suamico, Wis.