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2021 Student Achievements

• Going places: Seven K-State students offered Gilman scholarships for education abroad.

• Top scholar: Entomology doctoral student receives prestigious USDA-NIFA fellowship.

• Next-gen leader: Agronomy doctoral student selected as Borlaug Scholar.

• Salute for her service: K-State senior and veteran receives received the GI Jobs Student Veteran Leader Award.

• Online excellence: Online education alliance selects K-State student for scholarship.

• Conquering the competition: Architectural engineering and construction science team takes second in international competition.

• International winner: Engineering junior receives prestigious ASHRAE scholarship.

• Prestigious award: New graduate is K-State's latest Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship winner.

• Recognized for research: Vet med student using national research fellowship to study deadly swine disease.

• Select honor: Medical laboratory science student earns national scholarship.

• Having a blast: High-powered rocketry team takes 10th overall in international competition.

• Top researchers: Biology doctoral student earns honors from Southwestern Association of Naturalists for research, while industrial and manufacturing systems engineering doctoral student earns wins paper award at national conference.

• Award-winning visions: Projects by landscape architecture graduate students recognized for excellence.

• Hear! Hear! K-State Student Speech Language Hearing Association earns bronze chapter honors.

• Concrete results: Architectural engineering student earns top-level scholarship from Mid-West Concrete Industry Board and Concrete Promotional Group.

• No beef with this: K-State Meat Evaluation Team is the national champion.

• Researcher on the rise: Food science doctoral candidate Daniel Vega wins national scholarship for his food safety research.

• Attention-worthy: Two students earn honorable mention for Udall Scholarship.

• Top student: Kansas Association of City/County Management awards scholarship to K-State Master of Public Administration student.

• Fulbright winners: Two K-State students earn Fulbright awards, while one student named Fulbright alternate.

• Meriting attention: Landscape architecture students earn regional honors from American Society of Landscape Architects.

• "Steel" in running: Steel Bridge Team qualifies for national competition.

• Bright futures: Five architectural engineering students earn national lighting design scholarships.

• Select honor: Art student's work part of undergraduate art exhibit at St. Joseph, Missouri, museum.

• Building excellence: Civil engineering student earns national scholarship from the American Society of Civil Engineers.

• Solar power leader: K-State's Net Positive Studio takes honors in Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon Build Challenge.

• Power scholar: Nuclear engineering student receives DOE national scholarship.

• State's best: Collegian Media Group takes top honors in Kansas Collegiate Media competition.

• Chapter kudos: K-State student chapter of the American Concrete Institute has been named a 2020 ACI Excellent University.

• Passion for fashion: Two K-State students to showcase designs at Kansas City Fashion Week.

• Healthy selections: Five K-State Master of Public Health students earn awards from Midwestern Public Health Training Center.

• Scholar builder: Construction science and management senior receives Associated General Contractors scholarship.

• Best in Kansas: Doctoral candidate in school counseling named state's school counselor of the year.

• High honor: Doctoral student in chemistry earns honorable mention for NSF National Graduate Research Fellowship.

• Broadcast best: K-State JMC students earn high honors from Kansas Association of Broadcasters.

• Top geographer: Geography doctoral student earns American Geographical Society Council Fellowship.

• Top finish: K-State Sales Team finishes season with another win.

• Perfect paper: Engineering doctoral student wins top paper award at regional conference.

• Elite selection: Junior in political science selected for Critical Language Scholarship Program.

• Prize finalist: Recent graduate's paper on Konza Prairie grasshopper population finalist for 2020 PNAS Cozzarelli Prize.

• Designed win: Interior design student team earns recognition for veteran community project.

• The right pitch: K-State Sales Team wins 2021 Desert Cup, takes second in regional competition.

• Wind power: K-State selected for 2022 Collegiate Wind Competition.

• High finishes: Doctoral students in agronomy take second place in poster, three-minute thesis competitions at annual meeting of Weed Science Society of America.

• Science leader: American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America and Soil Science Society of America present agronomy graduate student with Future Leaders in Science Award; also receives inaugural Graduate Student Award for high productivity in research, publications and outreach from the North American Plant Phenotyping Network.

• International scholars: Two pre-veterinary students earn Gilman scholarship for studies, work abroad.

• Exceptional physicist: Physics graduate student Doyeong Kim named a 2021 LPC Graduate Scholar.

• A winning touch: Mechanical engineering doctoral student takes second in international poster competition.

• Food policy leaders: Three College of Agriculture students selected for Kansas Food and Agricultural Policy Fellowship program.• Engineering excellence: K-State sets record for largest number of engineering graduates ever in Kansas during 2020.

• On course for success: Horticultural doctoral student receives Watson Fellowship from Golf Course Superintendents Association of American.

• By design: Landscape architecture student earns honor in international competition.

• Virtual virtuosos: Members of Kansas State University Marching Band and the Class Cats Dance Team performing with select Intercollegiate Marching Band.

• Top teachers: National geoscience association names two geology graduate teaching assistants as it January 2021 outstanding GTAs.