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Source: Mary Molt, 785-532-0324, marymolt@k-state.edu
Note to editor: Theresa Vanbuskirk is a graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas High School, Overland Park; and Ashley Knedlik is a graduate of Spring Hill High School.

Monday, Nov. 15, 2010

HUMAN ECOLOGY HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTS NEW MEMBERS

MANHATTAN -- More than 50 Kansas State University students are new members of a human ecology honor society that promotes scholarship, research and leadership development.

Membership in Kappa Omicron Nu is for undergraduate and graduate students who have demonstrated integrity, high standards of scholarship and the promise of future achievement. Undergraduate students must have completed 45 semester hours and have a minimum grade point average of at least 3.5. Graduate students must have completed 15 semester hours of graduate work and have a minimum grade point average of 3.7.

New members of Kappa Omicron Nu at K-State include:

Jessica Harney, sophomore in hotel and restaurant management, Andover; Kelsie Doty, senior in apparel and textile design, Council Grove; Jena Wullschleger, junior in family studies and human services, Frankfort; Tara Killingsworth, senior in apparel textile design, Geneseo.

From Greater Kansas City: Meredith Kogler, sophomore in apparel marketing, Rachael Neihart, senior in family studies and human services, and Marissa Pope, sophomore in hotel and restaurant management, all from Leawood; Theresa Vanbuskirk, senior in apparel and textiles, Olathe; Courtney Brown, senior in apparel marketing, Collin Campion, sophomore in apparel textile design, Ashley Knedlik, senior in family studies and human services, Andrea Sisk, sophomore in interior design, and Kayla Thompson, sophomore in family studies and human services, all from Overland Park; and Amelia Meyers, junior in family studies and human services, Shawnee.

Caitlin Conley, sophomore in family and consumer sciences, Gypsum; Clareen O'Connor, junior in family studies and human services, Hartford; Lindsy Brobst, sophomore in early childhood education, and Carrie Bryant Seeley, senior in family studies and human services, both from Hiawatha; Mollie Nelson, sophomore in family studies and human services, Holton; Erin Dirks, sophomore in athletic training and pre-physical therapy, and Melinda Kellogg, junior in dietetics and nutrition and kinesiology, both from Hutchinson; Michelle Kretzmeier, sophomore in apparel design, Iola; Michelle Stork, senior in family studies and human services and early childhood education; and Kathleen Witcher, master's student in family studies, both from Manhattan; Caleb Gillig, sophomore in nutrition and kinesiology, Pratt; Meggie Patrick, senior in marriage and family therapy, Rose Hill; Kimberly Sanchez, senior in family studies and human services, and Cassie Werner, junior in public health nutrition, both from Salina.

From Topeka: Hanna Bieberle, senior in dietetics; Alexandra Flint, senior in apparel marketing; Jennifer Rapp, junior in family and consumer sciences; and Sarah Stone, sophomore in interior design.

Teran Frick, junior in early childhood education, WaKeeney; Kayla Penning, sophomore in nutritional sciences, Washington.

From Wichita: Jessica High, sophomore in family studies and human services; Allison Morris, junior in family studies and human services-gerontology; Sara Ragan, sophomore in apparel marketing; and Rachel Weber, sophomore in interior design.

From out-of-state:

Bertha Jenkins, doctoral student in apparel and textiles, Marietta, Ga.; Ashley Almquist, senior in dietetics, Essex, Iowa; Melissa Wilke, sophomore in apparel and textile marketing, Columbus, Neb.; Jurdene Ingram, master's student in marriage and family therapy, Cleveland, Ohio; Angelene Chmieleski, senior in dietetics, Media, Pa.; Jessica Scott, senior in dietetics, Eagle Pass, Texas; Cathy Stage, senior in family studies and human services, Killeen, Texas; Lauren Koepp, sophomore in interior design, La Vernia, Texas; Kelly Merritt, junior in dietetics, Leesburg, Va.; Marie Hill, senior in early childhood education, Virginia Beach, Va.; and Colleen O'Brien, junior in dietetics, Brush Prairie, Wash.

Out of country: Xi Luo, senior in hotel and restaurant management, China; and Svetlana Cotelea, master's student in public health, Republic of Moldova.