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Education abroad: Scholarships help Wildcats study around the globe during spring 2018 semester

Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017

 

MANHATTAN — The spring 2018 semester will see a number of Kansas State University students study in international locations with the help of scholarships offered through the Office of International Programs.

The university encourages students to take part in education abroad opportunities as part of its 2025 plan to be a Top 50 public research university.

The following Kansas State University students have received a scholarship for education abroad in the spring 2018 semester; included is the scholarship amount and study destination: 

Kyle Toom, senior in computer science, Andover, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship, Japan; Catherine Campbell, junior in Spanish and management, Atchison, $2,500 Mary Lynn Manning Study Abroad Scholarship and $2,000 Freshman Education Abroad Scholarship, Spain; Michelle Kohake, junior in family studies and human services, Centralia, $750 Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, Paraguay; Maura Kennedy, junior in athletic training, Frankfort, $500 Doris Hays Fenton Memorial Scholarship, Paraguay. 

From Greater Kansas City: Chloe Alexander, junior in mathematics and chemical engineering, Leawood, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship, Czech Republic; Samuel Burdolski, junior in architectural engineering, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship, Czech Republic, and Hannah Sutherland, junior in public relations, $675 International Studies Abroad K-State Scholarship, Spain, both from Lenexa; Carlos Bustamante, senior in agronomy, $500 Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, Ecuador, and Elliott Pruss, junior in economics and finance, $1,200 Megan E. Taylor Czech Republic Student Award Scholarship, Czech Republic, both from Olathe; Mehnaz Afrin, senior in technology management, $750 Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, Germany and Switzerland, Cole Baker, junior in accounting and finance, $1,200 Megan E. Taylor Czech Republic Student Award Scholarship, Czech Republic, Lillian King Hagen, senior in German and management, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship and $2,000 Education Abroad Planning Scholarship, Germany, Erin Newkirk, junior in psychology, $300 University Study Abroad Consortium K-State Scholarship, Spain, Bailey Porter, senior in biochemistry, $2,000 Education Abroad Planning Scholarship, France and Spain, and Tyler Schwerdtfeger, senior in food science and industry, $675 International Studies Abroad K-State Scholarship, Spain, all from Overland Park; John Schultz, sophomore in open option, Prairie Village, $5,000, Goss Discovery Scholarship, Italy; and Steven Hein, sophomore in management, $750, Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, China, Lauren Mansfield, junior in biological systems engineering, $500 Catherine Joyce Memorial Scholarship, Czech Republic, and Carlie Stenzel, senior in anthropology, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship and $2,000 Education Abroad Planning Scholarship, Spain, all from Shawnee.

Paige Doebele, sophomore in athletic training, Hanover, $250 Heather Stewart Memorial Scholarship, Paraguay; Kennedy Morey, sophomore in athletic training, Linwood, $750 Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, Paraguay; Kaitlin Gehring, junior in family studies and human services, Madison, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship and $2,000 Freshman Education Abroad Scholarship, Spain.

From Manhattan: Cassidy Harper, senior in industrial engineering, $750 Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, Italy and Germany; Valerie Mays, junior in anthropology and communication studies, $675 International Studies Abroad K-State Scholarship, Peru; Vanessa McCauley, junior in hospitality management, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship and $2,000 Education Abroad Planning Scholarship, Switzerland; and Michelle Rooney, junior in music education, $750 Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary.

Caylee Egbert, freshman in food science and industry, McCune, $750 Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, Italy; Emily Wohaska, sophomore in Spanish, Neodesha, $350 University Study Abroad Consortium K-State Scholarship, Spain; Allison Howard, senior in mathematics, Ottawa, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship, Spain; Justin McCartney, junior in kinesiology, Salina, $750 Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, Paraguay; Heath Overmyer, junior in social sciences, St. Marys, $2,000 Education Planning Abroad Planning Scholarship, Czech Republic; Zachary Callaghan, sophomore in agricultural education, Tonganoxie, $750 Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, Czech Republic.

From Topeka: Tori Agler, sophomore in open option, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship, Costa Rica; Haley Reinhard, sophomore in anthropology, $300 University Study Abroad Consortium K-State Scholarship, Italy; and Isabelle Williams, junior in public relations, $675 International Studies Abroad K-State Scholarship, Italy.

Rachel Dugger, junior in apparel and textiles, Wichita, $750 Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, Guatemala.

From out of state: Ellery Sedlacek, sophomore in public relations, Greeley, Colorado, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship and $2,000 Freshman Education Abroad Scholarship, Argentina; Lauren Bailey, master's student in architecture, Quincy, Illinois, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship, Czech Republic; Meghaan Lurtz, doctoral student in personal financial planning, California, Maryland, $750 Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, Netherlands and Belgium; Derek Potter, doctoral student in personal financial planning, Towson, Maryland, $750 Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, Netherlands and Belgium.

From Missouri: Lillian Kerber, sophomore in mechanical engineering, Blue Springs, $2,000 Freshman Education Abroad Scholarship, Spain; Kelly Wilkerson, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders, Columbia, $500 Academic Programs International K-State Scholarship, Hungary; Olivia Ashbrook, master's student in architecture, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship, Germany, Lucy Mohler, sophomore in elementary education, $500 Doris Hays Fenton Memorial Scholarship, United Kingdom, and Morgan Zupan, sophomore in advertising, $1,000 Duane and Shirley Acker International Scholar Award, Costa Rica, all from Kansas City; Kamden Ekern, master's student in interior architecture & product design, Mexico, $250 Veronica Bonebrake International Scholarship, Spain; and Mattie Vandel, sophomore in anthropology, Weston, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship, Peru.

Vi Nguyen, junior in animal sciences and industry, Lincoln, Nebraska, $750 Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, Japan; Andrye Denny, sophomore in communication studies, Hamilton, Ohio, $250 Vernon Larson Scholarship, Australia; and William Carter, junior in computer science, Thiensville, Wisconsin, $5,000 Goss Discovery Scholarship, Czech Republic.

From out of country: Nur E. Makbul, master's student in communication studies, Bangladesh, $750 Faculty-Led Programs Scholarship, France and Spain.



Source

Katelin Christianer-Donkers
785-532-5990
katelinc@k-state.edu

Website

Office of International Programs

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Andover, Atchison, Centralia, Frankfort, Hanover, Leawood, Lenexa, Linwood, Madison, Manhattan, McCune, Neodesha, Olathe, Ottawa, Overland Park, Prairie Village, Salina, Shawnee, St. Marys, Tonganoxie, Topeka and Wichita, Kansas; Greeley, Colorado; Quincy, Illinois; California and Towson, Maryland; Blue Springs, Columbia, Kansas City, Mexico and Weston, Missouri; Lincoln, Nebraska; Hamilton, Ohio; and Thiensville, Wisconsin.

Written by

Beth Bohn
785-532-1544
bbohn@k-state.edu

At a glance

Scholarships helping students study around the world.