Junior leaders: Chimes selects new members for 2014-2015
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
MANHATTAN — Kansas State University's Chimes Junior Honorary has announced its new members for the 2014-2015 school year.
The honorary's threefold purpose is to promote scholarship, leadership and service. New members are selected based on contributions of service and leadership to their fellow university students. They also must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average.
Chimes members participate in selected service projects throughout the Manhattan community and surrounding area each month. The honorary's largest project is the selection of the university's Family of the Year, whose members are recognized each year on Family Day.
Members of Kansas State University's junior honorary Chimes for 2014-2015 and their major include:
Michelle George, general management and human resource management, Clyde; Emma Bassette, nutrition and kinesiology, Cummings; Hannah Sharp, finance, Derby.
From Greater Kansas City: Ciara Chambers, political science, Spanish and international studies, and Katherine Sensenich, microbiology and premedicine, both from Leawood; Kaitlyn Goddard, marketing, Sarah Henderson, mathematics and economics, and Makenzie Hrabik, economics, all from Olathe; Ashley Maler, sophomore in biology, and Kyle Mayer, sophomore in construction science and management, both from Overland Park; and Abby Hill, communication sciences and disorders, and Amanda Morgan, sophomore in elementary education and special education, both from Shawnee.
Sarah Krueger, animal sciences and industry and microbiology, Lebo; MaKenzie Ruder, sociology and criminology, Louisburg; Grace Heidebrecht, psychology and premedicine, McPherson; Abby Meyer, nutritional sciences, Sabetha; Daniel Vogt, construction science and management, Sedgwick; Colby Haverkamp, communications studies, Silver Lake; Ronnie Sullivan, agribusiness, Spring Hill; Matthew Taylor, management and entrepreneurship, Topeka; and Le'andre Carthen, public relations, Wichita.
From out of state: Cody Derby, athletic training, Glenwood Springs, Colorado; and Kylie Sturgis, public relations, Wilcox, Nebraska.
From out of country: Shiwei Xu, bakery science and management, China