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Source: Lynn Ewanow, 785-532-5047, ewanow@k-state.edu
News release prepared by: Diane Potts, 785-532-1090, potts@k-state.edu

Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2009

ARCHITECTURAL WORK OF 96 K-STATE STUDENTS ON DISPLAY IN EAST WING OF SEATON HALL

MANHATTAN -- The architectural work of 96 Kansas State University students from the College of Architecture, Planning and Design who recently studied abroad is on display through Oct. 9 in the Chang Gallery and first floor hallway of Seaton Hall's east wing. The exhibition is free and open to the public. The gallery is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.

Students in the college are given the option of studying abroad during and following their fourth year.

Lynn Ewanow, associate dean and director of international programs for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design, said that study abroad programs benefit students in architecture's various disciplines because unfamiliar environments heighten cultural and historical awareness, improve self-reliance, encourage better understanding of global economics, politics and societies, and broaden their professional horizons.

Faculty on the college's international studies committee include Ewanow; Ray Streeter, architecture; Neal Hubbell, interior architecture and product design; and Tony Chelz, landscape architecture and regional and community planning.

The study-abroad locations included Czech Tech and Prague Summer Seminars/University of New Orleans, both in Prague, Czech Republic; Denmark International Study Program, Copenhagen, Denmark; The Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment, London, England; University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, England; Dessau International Architecture Graduate School at Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Dessau, Germany; American College of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece; Marchutz School of Drawing and Painting, Aix en Provence, France; Academic Programs International, Galway, Ireland; Italart Centro Studi Santa Chiara, Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy; Academic Programs International, Lorenzo de Medici, Florence, Italy; and Centro Studi Citta di Orvieto, Orvieto, Italy.

K-State College of Architecture, Planning and Design students who recently studied abroad, their major, hometown and study location include:

Jessica Bollig, interior architecture and product design and student exhibit coordinator, Andover, Castiglion Fiorentino; Matthew Palmer, interior architecture and product design, Bucyrus, Copenhagen; Kendra Beatty, architecture, Clay Center, Orvieto; Savanna Nightengale, architecture, Copeland, Dessau; Joshua Jewett, architecture, Derby, Dessau; Sierra Withers, interior architecture and product design and student exhibit coordinator, Erie, Florence.

From Greater Kansas City: Brad Mascal, architecture, Mission, Orvieto; Matthew Ovel, interior architecture and product design, Mission Hills, Orvieto; Andrew Barnes, architecture, Orvieto, Amanda Garbach, architecture, Orvieto, Lindsey Michelson, architecture, Castiglion Fiorentino, and Andria Nelson, regional and community planning, Thessaloniki, all of Overland Park; and Eric Heany, architecture, Orvieto, Matthew Johnson, interior architecture and product design, Copenhagen, and John Vesel, architecture, Castiglion Fiorentino, all of Shawnee.

Laura Herron, architecture, Castiglion Fiorentino, and Taylor Schmidt, architecture, Prague, both of Hesston; Steven Holt, landscape architecture, Highland, Orvieto; Jordan Lohfink, architecture, Holcomb, Castiglion Fiorentino; Bethany McBride, interior architecture and product design, Hugoton, Florence; Allison Gould, interior architecture and product design, Hutchinson, Copenhagen; Patricia Pyra, interior architecture and product design, Lawrence, Prague; Thomas Haller, architecture, Orvieto, Charles Meyer, architecture, Orvieto, and Ashley Schumake, interior architecture and product design, Florence, all of Leavenworth; Sally Ebright, interior architecture and product design, Lyons, Castiglion Fiorentino.

From Manhattan: James Parker, architecture, Prague; Joshua Perez, architecture and student exhibit coordinator, Dessau; Chrisshell Ricard, architecture, Copenhagen; Brandon Salisbury, interior architecture and product design, Prague; Cameron Tross, architecture and student exhibit coordinator, Dessau; and Diana Trushell, architecture, Prague.

Lauren Maier, interior architecture and product design, McPherson, Florence; Mitchell Karr, architecture and student exhibit coordinator, Newton, Orvieto; Aaron Dyck, architecture and student exhibit coordinator, North Newton, Orvieto; Megan McFarland, regional and community planning and student exhibit coordinator, Paola, Thessaloniki; Carina Rokey, interior architecture and product design, Sabetha, Florence; Ryan Debold, landscape architecture, Orvieto, and Margaret Gillam, architecture, Orvieto, both of Salina; Amanda Prosser, architecture, Topeka, Castiglion Fiorentino; Ryan Collier, architecture, Orvieto, and Lindsay Eftink, interior architecture and product design and student exhibit coordinator, Prague, both of Wichita.

From out of state:

Jeffrey Dalton, architecture, Bentonville, Ark., Castiglion Fiorentino; Daniel Lamm, interior architecture and product design and student exhibit coordinator, Westminster, Calif., Copenhagen.

From Colorado: Stephanie Pile, architecture, Centennial, Orvieto; Leslie McGlamery, interior architecture and product design, Denver, Florence; and Kelly Byczkowski, architecture and student exhibit coordinator, Sterling, Castiglion Fiorentino.

Jessica Fouch, regional and community planning and student exhibit coordinator, Gilberts, Ill., Hatfield; Meghan Wilson, interior architecture and product design, Swansea, Ill., Orvieto; Elizabeth Lenz, architecture, West Lafayette, Ind., Orvieto.

Rachel Lehr, architecture and student exhibit coordinator, Harlan, Iowa, Prague; Sam Bowling, architecture and student exhibit coordinator, Cockeysville, Md., Copenhagen.

From Minnesota: Erin Fay, interior architecture and product design, Hugo, Castiglion Fiorentino; Carolyn Bly, architecture and student exhibit coordinator, Minneapolis, Orvieto; Marett Keyser, architecture, Plymouth, Castiglion Fiorentino; and Joshua Winter, architecture, Westbrook, Orvieto.

From Missouri: Mary Burgess, interior architecture and product design, Arcadia, Castiglion Fiorentino; Bradley Price, architecture, Blue Springs, Orvieto; Staci Reed, interior architecture and product design, Buckner, Prague; Jason Tegerdine, architecture, Columbia, Prague; Rachel Duncan, architecture, Dardenne Prairie, Prague; Elise Hubbard, landscape architecture and student exhibit coordinator, Dexter, Aix en Provence; Megan Bryan, landscape architecture, Florissant, Orvieto; Kaitlin Kilgore, interior architecture and product design, Gladstone, Florence; Charles Corwin, regional and community planning and student exhibit coordinator, Hallsville, Galway; Jared Sang, architecture, House Springs, Orvieto; Charles McGrail, architecture and student exhibit coordinator, Jefferson City, Prague; Eric Salmon, architecture, Kimberling City, Orvieto; Mark Logush, architecture, Dessau, and Kyle West, architecture, Orvieto, both of Kirkwood; Jonathan Hill, architecture, Orvieto, and Sara Wells, architecture, Castiglion Fiorentino, both of Lee's Summit; Samantha Lang, interior architecture and product design, Manchester, Orvieto; Sean Rigdon, architecture, Nixa, Orvieto; Colin Carlson, architecture, O'Fallon, Castiglion Fiorentino; Wendy Wert, landscape architecture, Pacific, Orvieto; Erica Lester, interior architecture and product design, Raytown, Castiglion Fiorentino; Winifred Wright, architecture, St. Joseph, Prague; Kimberly Mahne, interior architecture and product design, St. Louis, Florence; Andrea Nelson, interior architecture and product design, Smithville, Castiglion Fiorentino; Chelsea Abney, interior architecture and product design and student exhibit coordinator, Warrensburg, Florence; Sarah Dollar, architecture, Washington, Prague; and Ralph Shinogle, architecture, Weatherby Lake, Orvieto.

James Rothfork, architecture and student exhibit coordinator, Kalispell, Mont., Castiglion Fiorentino.

From Nebraska: Jeremy Leech, architecture, Beatrice, Orvieto; Christie Murman, landscape architecture and student exhibit coordinator, Glenvil, Orvieto; Andrea Jahde, interior architecture and product design, Lincoln, Copenhagen; and Allison Seyler, interior architecture and product design, Omaha, Orvieto.

Helena Lickteig, interior architecture and product design, Portland, Ore., Copenhagen.

From Texas: Caitlin Sanborn, architecture, Denton, Prague; Lindsay Whitehead, architecture, Katy, Orvieto; Sara Ege, interior architecture and product design and student exhibit coordinator, Kingwood, Copenhagen; Ross Ullrich, interior architecture and product design, Richmond, Orvieto; and Sam McGlone, architecture, San Antonio, Castiglion Fiorentino.

Lisa Allen, architecture and student exhibit coordinator, Hooper, Utah, Prague; and Jennifer Engelke, landscape architecture, Verona, Wis., London.