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2023 Student Achievements

Overcoming adversity: K-State tractor team takes second place at international competition. 
• Best finish: Powercat Motorsports notches club-best finish at national Formula SAE competition. 
• Blowing the competion away: Wildcat Wind Power tops national DOE Collegiate Wind Competition for second consecutive year. 
•  Dynamic duo: K-State twirlers have success at state competition. 
• Talk about it: Speech Language Hearing student organization receives award from national organization.

• Scholarship success: Gensler honors Henry Hammes with 2023 Brinkmann Scholarship and marketing student Amy Truong awarded $5,000 scholarship. 

• Fierce flight: K-State Salina students to compete in national flight race.

• Star storyteller: College of Education doctoral candidate Nooshin Darvishinia wins literary competition.

• Energy leaders: Mechanical engineering students earn University Nuclear Leadership Program scholarships. 

• Solid finish: Concrete Canoe team takes second at regional competition.

• Awesome awardees: Besal Fund awards scholarships to K-State architectural engineering students. 

• Outstanding achievements: Students win awards at annual international design competition. 

• Top force: Jeremy Kamman to study physics in Germany through prestigious internship. 

• The future is bright: Interior architecture graduate students recognized as 2023 Metropolis Future100 students. 

• Top scholars: Hattie Polson named Kansas State University's 38th Truman scholar, Matthew Culbertson named university's 84th Goldwater scholar, Udall Foundation recognizes Nicholas Saia for commitment to sustainability and Tess Fairbanks honored with Fulbright award. 

• Masters of media: Wildcat Electronic Media students earn record number of awards from Kansas Association of Broadcasters

• National fellowhsip winner: Andrew Horn receives NIH Predoctoral Fellowship.

• Not a drill: Pershing Rifles at K-State places third in collegiate national drill competition.

• In the top: K-State Sales Team finishes in top 20 at National Collegiate Sales Competition. 

• Winning winter: K-State Baja SAE team takes fourth in winter competition.

• Impressive ideas: K-State industrial design students present at IDSA Student Merit Awards in Kansas City.

• Sales superstars: K-State Sales Team places first at University of Toledo Invitational Sales Competition.

• Challenge accepted: K-State finance students win regional competition.

• Best of the best: K-State's Wildcat 91.9 named best college radio station in nation.

• Making a case: College of Business Administration team takes second in Nebraska Tenaska Case Competition.

• Moving on: Mock trial team places fourth at regionals, advances to championship series.

• Most outstanding: 2023 Big 12 Conference on Black Student Government Awards.

• Star service: K-State engineering students spend winter break volunteering on service trip.

• Top talent: Theatre students recognized at conference.

• Next success: APDesign students earn honors in Steelcase NEXT design competition. 

• Going global: Three K-State students receive Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships.