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K-State Today

May 24, 2016



Graduate School selects 16 Graduate Student Ambassadors

By Kelsey Peterson

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. 

Learn more about the Graduate Student Ambassadors online.