Steel Ring Honor Society inducts 22 seniors
Friday, April 12, 2019
MANHATTAN — Twenty-two new members have been inducted into the Steel Ring Honor Society at Kansas State University for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Steel Ring is an honorary comprised of seniors in the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering. Membership is based on leadership, scholarship and engagement. New members are selected by current members of Steel Ring following a written application and personal interview process.
One of the group's primary tasks each year is planning and organizing Engineering Open House in the spring semester. During the recent 2019 Open House, inductees shadowed current members to learn the roles and responsibilities of the organization for the annual event.
Faculty adviser for the group is Craig Wanklyn, assistant dean for recruitment in the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering.
The following are new members of Steel Ring:
Madison Tischhauser, industrial engineering, Council Grove.
From Greater Kansas City: Chloe Alexander, chemical engineering, Leawood; Samuel Burdolski, architectural engineering, Lenexa; Jenna Kor, architectural engineering, and Rachel Stupp, mechanical engineering, both from Olathe; and Nathan McClain, computer science, and Lucas Hill, mechanical engineering, both from Overland Park.
Isaiah Garrett, computer engineering, Lawrence; Nolan Milleson, electrical engineering, McPherson; Dean Masters, chemical engineering, Natoma; Elizabeth Motter, civil engineering, Salina; Hannah Stallbaumer, construction science and management, Seneca;Tessa Davids, construction science and management, Spring Hill; Trey Schmidt, computer engineering, Wamego; and Gabrielle Phillips, chemical engineering, and Caitlyn White, mechanical engineering, both from Wichita.
From out of state: Abby Kerber, mechanical engineering, Blue Springs, Missouri; Emily Davich, computer science, Kansas City, Missouri; Andrew Loenen, computer science, Lee's Summit, Missouri; Sydney Cantrell, biological systems engineering, Smithville, Missouri; MacKenzie Cline, biological systems engineering, Lincoln, Nebraska; and William Carter, computer science, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.