March 10, 2014
Wildcat Warm-up hires staff for the 2014 summer
The counselors and directors for Wildcat Warm-up have been selected.
Wildcat Warm-up counselors are:
- Chance Berndt, junior in marketing and international studies from Herington
- Joshua Cox, junior in history and pre-law from Wakefield
- Morgan Denton, sophomore in architecture from Leawood
- Donald Pepoon, junior in marketing from Wichita
- Caroline Busch, sophomore in business from Overland Park
- Chanel Coyne, freshman in communication science and disorder from Iola
- Cody Derby, sophomore in athletic training from Glenwood Springs, CO
- Kyle Elliott, freshman in business management from Wichita
- Victoria Gilmore, freshman in elementary education from Augusta
- Allison Harwood, sophomore in marketing and entrepreneurship from Lawrence
- Ryan Krajicek, freshman in kinesiology and gerontology from Salina
- Mary Kruse, sophomore in accounting from Wichita
- Joshua Larson, sophomore in family studies and human services from Shawnee
- Catie Madderom, sophomore in secondary education, English and journalism from Leawood
- Amanda Marchesini, freshman in hospitality management from Loudonville, N.Y.
- Hunter Post, freshman in kinesiology from Beloit
- Kyle Rohrmann, freshman in business from Fresno, Calif.
- Rebekah Shirley, freshman in human nutrition and kinesiology from Dodge City
- Michael Shode, junior in family studies and human services from Wichita
- Jessica Van Ranken, freshman in political science and international studies from Lindsborg
- Katie VanDever, freshman in communication studies from Augusta
- Bailey Wright, freshman in biology from Wichita
- Corey Byrnes, senior in finance and accounting from Overland Park
- Paige Kallenberger, junior in psychology and Spanish from Lawrence
- Elizabeth Petite, junior in human resource management from Junction City
- Chayce Wynn, senior in biology, premedicine from Kansas City, Kan.
- Sarah Swenson, senior in elementary education from Greeley, Colo.
Wildcat Warm-up is an opportunity for new students to spend three days and two nights at K-State establishing connections to current students, faculty and staff as well as learning student success strategies and K-State traditions. This is an optional program that is in addition to the orientation and enrollment programs. The program is aimed at student retention. It will give new students entering K-State in fall 2014 a head start by meeting other freshmen, learning K-State traditions, getting involved in campus organizations and gaining a sense of the Wildcat spirit. Wildcat Warm-up is scheduled for June 7-9, June 14-16 and June 21-23. This year is the ninth year for the program and is the first year three sessions will be offered.