Freshman honorary Quest selects 2019-2020 members
Friday, Oct. 18, 2019
The Kansas State University freshman honorary, Quest, has selected its new members for 2019-2020.
MANHATTAN — Thirty-seven Kansas State University freshmen have been selected as members of Quest Freshman Honorary.
Quest works to develop freshmen leaders through mentorship, personal development and campus involvement. Upon selection, members of Quest are paired with mentors from Blue Key Senior Honorary. Under the leadership of Blue Key, Quest members get a behind-the-scenes look at everything that K-State has to offer, attending special events and meeting several times a month to build community and get tailored leadership development from Blue Key. Quest provides ambitious freshmen leaders with the tools necessary to give back to the K-State family.
The following freshmen, with major and hometown included, are members of Quest for the 2019-2020 year:
Claire Winter, bakery science and pre-medicine, Andale; Breanna Schroeder, nutritional sciences and pre-medicine, Beloit; Katherine Sleichter, agribusiness, Clay Center.
From Greater Kansas City: Stacia Mendoza, marketing, Lenexa; Greta Bins, industrial engineering, and Camden Tews, business, both from Olathe; and Zoe Thompson, psychology, Overland Park; and Max Immenschuh, mechanical engineering, Delaney Kemp, kinesiology and nutrition, Lexi Knappen, elementary education, Anika Roy, nutrition and health, and Zachary Steiger, mechanical engineering, all from Shawnee.
Reagan Riley, human development and family science, Hiawatha; Curtis Niehues, biomedical engineering, Holton;Jackson Berland, theatre, Lawrence;Hannah Ballard, agribusiness, Madison.
From Manhattan: Caylee Asebedo, mechanical engineering; Ashley Eckels, human development and family science; Hayden Gwinner, finance; Max Lansdowne, industrial engineering; and Cami Wells, human development and family science.
Elizabeth Wright, agricultural education, Olsburg; Katie Painter; English, Pittsburg.
From Salina: Audrey Burgoon, pre-professional secondary education; Taylor Davison, microbiology and chemistry; Rebecca Hough, open option; and Annie Taggart, communication sciences and disorders.
J.W. Wells, agricultural economics and pre-law, Sedan; Sienna Wingerson, marketing, Smith Center; Sara Haggard, biochemistry, Topeka;Blaine Hupe, landscape architecture, Wamego; Brylee Aldridge, kinesiology and pre-physical therapy, Weskan;Emma Bise, human development and family science and pre-occupational therapy, Wichita; andAllison Pringle, psychology and pre-medicine, Yates Center.
From out of state: MacKenna Franssens, psychology, Liberty, Missouri; and Maria Hazelbaker, agronomy and global food systems leadership, Wentzville, Missouri.