K-State Salina students earn awards for outstanding work
Friday, May 3, 2013
SALINA -- For the 27th year, Kansas State University Salina has recognized students for outstanding academic achievements, dedication, leadership and community service.
Students earning recognition for the 2012-2013 school year include:
Scott Mall, senior in professional pilot, Clay Center, Wildcat Pride for Dedication Award; Shelby Dickson, senior in family studies and human services, Gypsum, Wildcat Pride for Community Service Award; Greg Fotovich, senior in technology management and airport management, Kansas City, Kan., Outstanding Student in Technology Management; Adam Svoboda, senior in computer systems technology and technology management, Marion, Outstanding Student in Computer Systems Technology; Luke Friesen, sophomore in aviation maintenance, McPherson, Outstanding Student in Aviation Maintenance; and Jesse Huber, senior in mechanical engineering technology, Morrowville, Outstanding Student in Mechanical Engineering Technology.
From Salina: Matt Balderree, senior in unmanned aircraft systems, Outstanding Student in Unmanned Aircraft Systems; Rachael Capsey, senior in family studies and human services, Outstanding Student in Family Studies and Human Services; Kinneth Hurst, senior in electronic and computer engineering technology; Outstanding Student in Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology; and Anna Keith, sophomore in accounting, Most Inspirational Student Award.
Ryan Wilson, junior in computer systems technology, Towanda, Outstanding Student in Construction Engineering Technology; and Patricia Weisbender, junior in electronic and computer engineering technology, Wamego, Outstanding Student in Chemistry.
From out of state: Tyler Lewis, junior in airport management, Aurora, Colo., Wildcat Pride for Determination Award; and Stephen Ford, senior in technology management, Greenville, Tenn., Larry Caldwell Good Sportsmanship Award.