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Source: Alison Mense, 785-675-1151,
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News release prepared by: Katie Mayes, 785-532-6415,

Monday, Feb. 16, 2009


MANHATTAN -- Kansas State University's 2009 All-University Open House, marking its 30th year, will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 18, on both the Manhattan and Salina campuses.

Open house is a time to show off K-State and all that it has to offer.

A core group of K-State students serve on the All-University Open House Coordinating Committee, which helps organize the event. They include:

Stephanie Seiler, senior in nutritional sciences, Colwich, representing the College of Human Ecology; Erica Mason, senior in mass communications, Great Bend, public relations chair.

From Greater Kansas City: Kristen Tremonti, sophomore in family and consumer sciences, Leawood, entertainment co-chair; Shannon Yost, senior in landscape architecture, representing the College of Architecture, Planning and Design, and Katie Teutemacher, fourth-year veterinary medicine student, representing the College of Veterinary Medicine, both of Olathe; and Melissa Coultis, senior in elementary education, director of special events, and Jon DiGiacinto, senior in accounting, representing the College of Business Administration, both of Overland Park.

Allison Mense, senior in education, Hoxie, student coordinator; Donald Hampton, senior in management information systems, Leavenworth, assistant student coordinator; Joel Hardy, junior in secondary education, Manhattan, representing the College of Education; Lindsay Sandquist, junior in life sciences and family studies and human services, Salina, representing the College of Arts and Sciences; Emily Haug, senior in marketing and political science, Seneca, entertainment co-chair; Casey Mushrush, junior in milling science and management and modern languages, Strong City, representing the College of Agriculture; and Shayne Wahlmeier, senior in industrial engineering, Wamego, representing the College of Engineering.

From out of state: Russell Propp, sophomore in construction science and management, Columbia, Mo., student life coordinator.