May 24, 2016
Graduate School selects 16 Graduate Student Ambassadors
The Graduate School has selected 16 graduate students to serve as Graduate Student Ambassadors for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Ambassadors are a diverse and supportive group of students selected to provide campus tours and help answer questions from prospective students on what makes the K-State community so great. They are active on Graduate School's social media, sharing their experiences as graduate students.
Ambassadors come from a variety of academic backgrounds and disciplines, from large cities and small towns all around the world, each with a unique perspective.
The 2016-2017 Graduate Student Ambassadors include Adam Sobba, business administration; Carly Aulicky, biology; Judith Bautista, chemistry; Jennifer Brown, curriculum and instruction; Sharif Mahmood, statistics; Jill Abbott, counseling and student development; Hannah Boeh, human nutrition; Kelsey McDonough, biological and agricultural engineering; Ross Bergsten, biology; Sarah Kuborn, family studies; Monique Jones, counseling and student development; Barrett Scroggs, life span human development; Sarif Patwary, apparels and textiles; Emily Ruder, communication studies; Matthew Buckwalter, personal financial planning; Haider Almkhelfe, chemical engineering.