Silver Key names new members for 2017-2018 school year
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
MANHATTAN — Kansas State University's Silver Key, a sophomore leadership honor society that emphasizes community service, has selected 40 new members for the 2017-2018 academic year.
To be eligible for Silver Key, students must have at least a 3.0 grade point average, be a 2016 high school graduate and in their freshman year at the university.
Silver Key provides service to the campus and the surrounding Manhattan community. Members organize and participate in a variety of community service projects each semester. Past projects have included hosting children from the Boys and Girls Club at a K-State men's basketball game, Sleep Out for the Homeless fundraiser benefiting the Manhattan Emergency Shelter, highway and neighborhood cleanup efforts, and Sunday afternoon visits to Stoneybrook, a senior living community in Manhattan.
The following students are members of Silver Key for 2017-2018; included are majors and hometowns:
Carter Fritze, engineering, Andover; Lanessa Aurand, business administration, Belleville; Cameron Parr, finance, Benton; Mariah Larson, elementary education, Clay Center; Margaret Roth, agribusiness, and Baily Smith, dietetics, both from Garden City; Maci Rockers, food science, Garnett; Faith Tuttle, political science, Gove; and Quinton Elliott, biology and pre-medicine, Great Bend.
From Greater Kansas City: Jenna Goetzmann, business management and human resources, and Taylor Stewart, political science, both from Gardner; Sahiba Grover, biochemistry, and Margaret Loughman, apparel and textiles marketing, both from Lenexa; Gabrielle Kohnle, kinesiology, and Mikayla Murphy, kinesiology and pre-nursing, both from Olathe; Emery Braun, kinesiology and Spanish, and Samuel Pittman, political science, both from Overland Park.
Annaka Applequist, kinesiology, Hays; Whitney Gutsch, engineering, Herington; Bryn Swearingen, agribusiness, Hiawatha; Clara Wicoff, agricultural economics, Iola; Elizabeth Patton, pre-law, Lawrence; Mark Buckwalter, accounting and finance, and Josiah Satzler, mechanical engineering, both from Manhattan; Taylor Nikkel, agricultural economics, Maple Hill; Natalie May, entrepreneurship and apparel marketing, and Jordan Pulliam, secondary education, both from Mulvane; Hannah Caswell, music education, Salina; Grant Hilliard, computer engineering, Sedgwick; Trenton Smedley, agribusiness, Thayer.
From Wichita: Vanessa Kehr, advertising and marketing; Madelyn Mash, biology and pre-medicine; and Joseph "Joey" Medina, computer science.
Ashley Pringle, communication sciences and disorders, Yates Center.
Hannah Markel, psychology and journalism, Rogers, Arkansas; Delaney Keeler, animal sciences and industry, and biotechnology, Colorado Springs, Colorado; Mary Carr, marketing, Hampshire, Illinois; Kayla Lessenden, architectural engineering, Blue Springs, Missouri; DeAnna Scheffler, open option, Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Sierra Marstall, public relations, Murphy, Texas.