1. K-State home
  2. »Division of Communications and Marketing
  3. »K-State Today
  4. »K-State students named to Transfer Ambassador Program

K-State Today

September 27, 2017



K-State students named to Transfer Ambassador Program

By Malorie Wagner

2017 Transfer Ambassadors

Several Kansas State University transfer students have been selected to provide leadership in the Transfer Ambassador Program.

The Transfer Ambassador Program is a leadership organization for transfer students at K-State, including former Phi Theta Kappa members from two-year institutions. This select group of students hosts events through the year to help students get to know one another, become familiar with campus resources and build awareness for transfer student needs and concerns in the campus community. The program is a departmental organization sponsored by New Student Services.

The following students are returning Transfer Ambassadors:

Allie Johnston, Allen Community College, senior in wildlife and outdoor enterprise management, Chanute; Madison Brockman, Cloud County Community College, senior in apparel and textile marketing, Concordia; Olivia Diestelkamp, Cloud County Community College, junior in elementary education, Junction City; Leah Scholz, Allen Community College, senior in animal sciences and industry, Lancaster; Jadyn Atteberry, Johnson County Community College, junior in statistics and data sciences, Olathe; and Alexandra Ptacek, Hutchinson Community College, junior in kinesiology, Russell

From out of state: 

Paul Wilson, Pittsburg State University, senior in mechanical engineering, Rogers, Arkansas; and Megan Niblock, Bethel University, junior in chemical engineering, Fergus Falls, Minnesota.

The following students are new Transfer Ambassadors:

Christina Ashenfelter, Butler Community College, senior in communication sciences and disorders, Augusta; and Tanner Tieben, Dodge City Community College, sophomore in accounting, Dodge City

From Greater Kansas City: Joel Bartlett, Johnson County Community College, senior in sociology, and Ellie Light, Johnson County Community College, sophomore in regional and community planning, both from Lenexa; John Zimmerman, Johnson County Community College, junior in marketing, Olathe; and Caleb Mushinski, Johnson County Community College, junior in agribusiness, Overland Park

Cassie Van Slyke, Pratt Community College, sophomore in fisheries, wildlife and conservation biology, Iuka

Shelby Benton, Neosho County Community College, junior in social science, Leon; Jorge Echauri, Johnson County Community College, sophomore in economics, and Jorge Mendoza, Seward County Community College, junior in mechanical engineering, both from Liberal.

Ruben Pando, Seward County Community College, senior in biology, Satanta; and Bailey Landis, Fort Scott Community College, junior in hospitality management, Spring Hill.

From out of state:

Logan Torrance, Black Hawk College, junior in agribusiness, Biggsville, Illinois; Makayla Fox, Ivy Technical College, junior in agricultural economics and pre-law, Plymouth, Indiana; Jansynn Radford, University of Missouri Kansas City-Columbia, sophomore in life sciences, Lee's Summit, Missouri; and Lexy Lynn, North Dakota University, junior in agricultural technology management, Elkton, South Dakota.

In this issue

From the administration
News and research
Events
Kudos, publications and presentations
Human resources, benefits and training
Campus construction and maintenance
University life