Kansas State University selects College of Arts & Sciences ambassadors
Wednesday, May 11, 2016
MANHATTAN — The Kansas State University College of Arts & Sciences has selected 22 new student ambassadors for the 2015-2016 academic year. The new members join 20 returning ambassadors from the previous academic year.
"We are proud to welcome 22 outstanding new members to our student ambassador team," said Amit Chakrabarti, College of Arts & Sciences interim dean. "Our ambassador program is an important part of our college, helping with events ranging from recruitment to alumni functions. We're excited about the energy and ideas they bring."
The College of Arts & Sciences Student Ambassador program promotes pride in and develops awareness of the college among prospective students, parents, alumni and the public.
The following are all new College of Arts & Sciences student ambassadors:
Emily Day, sophomore in graphic design, Andover; Robin Daniels, sophomore in biology, Concordia; Victor Valdez-Herrera, freshman in political science, Dodge City; Erin Hildreth, junior in public relations, El Dorado.
From Greater Kansas City: Elizabeth Cox, sophomore in journalism and mass communication, Lenexa; Lydia Lawlor, junior in chemistry, and Akara Regimand, sophomore in communication studies, both from Olathe; Victoria DeWeese, junior in economics, and Nicholas Nordstrom, freshman in biology, both from Overland Park; Joyce Friedel, sophomore in English and French, Shawnee; Nathaniel Cameron, sophomore in English, Westwood.
Matt Mindrup, sophomore in biology and philosophy, Hays; Macayla Easton, junior in microbiology, Siera Haug, sophomore in chemistry and Spanish, and Jacob Still, junior in English and history, all from Manhattan; Riley Burghart, freshman in life sciences, and Megan Malm, sophomore in communication studies, both from McPherson; Sydney Markley, junior in biology, Parsons; Brittany Burgess, junior in life sciences, and Haley Reinhard, freshman in anthropology, both from Topeka;Leah Nelson, sophomore in biochemistry, Wichita.
From out of state: Jesseca Pirkle, sophomore in biology, Arenzville, Illinois.