December 9, 2013
School of Leadership Studies selects new student ambassadors
The School of Leadership Studies has selected 19 new student ambassadors. As School of Leadership Studies Ambassadors, the students will promote the school to current and prospective students at events such as K-State Celebrates, Junior and Senior Days, and the Academic Majors and Minors Fair.
New K-State School of Leadership Studies Ambassadors include:
Gabrielle Armstrong, freshman in open option, Olathe; Nicole Baccarella, freshman in nutrition and health, Littleton, Colo.; Celine Beggs, freshman in agricultural communication and journalism, Bedford, Iowa; Katie Gehrt, freshman in political science, De Soto; Allyson Hall, junior in biology, Lenexa; Taylor Harms, sophomore in family studies and human services, Lincolnville; Patrick Kennedy, freshman in business administration, Paola; Alexis Lundy, junior in family and consumer sciences education, Leawood; Emma Miller, freshman in elementary education, Dodge City; Princess Moran, freshman in business administration, Wichita; Daphne Park, freshman in family studies and human services, El Dorado; Kaylee Smith, sophomore in mass communications, Louisburg; Jordan Strickler, freshman in chemical engineering, Iola; Anastasia Vandermark, freshman in business administration, Frisco, Texas; Sydney Webb, sophomore in pre-psychology, Topeka; and Matthew Zemanick, freshman in business administration, Wichita.