Blue Key Honor Society selects 2018-2019 members
Monday, April 9. 2018
MANHATTAN —Kansas State University has selected the 2018-2019 Blue Key class. The 17 members will have the special opportunity to spend their senior year serving their university community through mentorship, leadership and service.
Membership eligibility in Blue Key is based on all-around leadership in student life, high scholastic achievement, service to others, citizenship and an adherence to principles of faith. Blue Key Honor Society recognizes upperclassmen at colleges and universities throughout the nation for an exemplary and balanced record of achievement inside and outside the classroom.
Throughout their year as members of Blue Key Honor Society, the students will have the opportunity to make an impact on campus through a variety of programs, including Quest, Catalyst and DiscoverU. Quest is a freshmen honorary run by members of Blue Key, who mentor Quest members throughout the year and provide a listening ear and helpful advice for the freshmen as they acclimate to college life. Catalyst is a semesterlong class taught by members of Blue Key for freshmen and sophomores that focuses on leadership, accountability through collaboration, and maintaining momentum. DiscoverU is an annual college exploration conference at Kansas State University for sophomores and juniors in high school.
The following students, all who will be seniors in the 2018-2019 school year, are new members of Blue Key; included are major and hometown:
Lane Coberly, political science and global food systems leadership, and Kyler Langvardt, agricultural communications and journalism, both from Chapman; Sarah Niederee, agricultural economics and global food systems leadership, Great Bend.
From Greater Kansas City: Jordan Kiehl, industrial engineering, Fairway; Cooper McGuire, vocal performance, Gardner; Victoria Thomas, biological systems engineering and Spanish, Lenexa; Jordan Eberhardy, kinesiology and pre-physical therapy, Olathe; Mykia Carrell, advertising, Meredith Clark, nutritional sciences and pre-dental, William Crawford, biology, and Nicholas Nordstrom, biology and pre-medicine, all from Overland Park; and Rachel Haskell, kinesiology, Prairie Village.
Amy Scott-Sanjur, accounting, Junction City; Zachery Galyon, political science and pre-law, Little River; Lindsey Hageman, industrial engineering, Manhattan; Claire Wingert, marketing, Ottawa; and Miranda Moore, communication studies, political science and pre-law, Pittsburg.