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Source: Alison Wheatley, 785-532-6900,
Note to editors: Jessica Fiorini is a 2006 graduate of Hays High School,
and Kelcie Hubach is a 2006 graduate of Holton High School.
News release prepared by: Beth Bohn, 785-532-6415,

Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2009


MANHATTAN -- Promoting the many departments and programs of Kansas State University's College of Arts and Sciences to prospective students, visitors and guests of the university is the job of the Arts and Sciences Ambassadors.

"The Arts and Sciences Ambassadors are a select group of students that represent different majors and departments within the College of Arts and Sciences. They promote the college and strive to generate increased awareness of its academic programs by participating in events such as the All-University Open House, Junior Day, K-State Sunday, Multicultural Pride Day, College Success Seminar and K-State Celebrates," said Monica Khurana, senior in microbiology and premedicine, Wichita, and president of the ambassadors.

Joining Khurana as College of Arts and Sciences Ambassadors for the 2009-2010 school year are:

Jessica Fiorini, senior in communication studies, Andover; Jennifer Muhlbaier, senior in biology and premedicine, Anthony; Emily Teague, junior in biology and premedicine, Cheney; Katie Govert, senior in kinesiology and pre-nursing, Cunningham; Savanna Stevens, senior in life sciences and pre-physician assistant, Dodge City, ambassador secretary/treasurer; Courtney Hallenbeck, sophomore in criminology, Junction City; Chenchen Wang, freshman in physics, Manhattan; Jill Hedberg, junior in life sciences and pre-nursing, Marquette, ambassador vice president; Sara Miller, sophomore in life sciences, Overland Park; Raven Skinner, sophomore in biology and art, and Tana Smith, senior in history and anthropology, both from Paola; and Kelcie Hubach, senior in nutritional sciences and premedicine, Topeka.

From out of state: Sarah Guinane, senior in life sciences and pre-physician assistant, Omaha, Neb.; and Molly McGuire, sophomore in political science and speech, Milwaukee, Wis.