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Outstanding scholarship, leadership and service earn K-State students scholarships from Blue Key

Thursday, April 9, 2020

 

 

MANHATTAN — Blue Key, a senior honorary at Kansas State University, has selected more than 20 students to receive Blue Key scholarships for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Blue Key scholarships are awarded based on the honorary's values of scholarship, leadership and service. All scholarship recipients undergo a rigorous application process.

Got to k-state.edu/bluekey/services/Scholarships.html to learn more about each scholarship.

The following students are Blue Key scholarship recipients: 

Elizabeth Seidl, senior in biological systems engineering, De Soto, Blue Key Study Abroad Scholarship; Janae Schulte, junior in human development and family science, Ellsworth, Dr. Pat J. Bosco Graduate Student Scholarship; Gonzalo Alcantar, junior in industrial engineering, Garden City, Chester E. Peters Student Development Award.

From Greater Kansas City: Eric Terrazas, freshman in chemical engineering, Kansas City, Robert Lewis Sophomore Leadership Award; Maria Izquierdo, freshman in nutritional sciences, Bernard Franklin Opportunity Scholarship, Cameron Jones, junior in professional strategic selling, Neal Atkinson Junior Leadership Scholarship, Anastacia Mendoza, sophomore in business administration, Bernard Franklin Opportunity Scholarship, and Marone Shimekt, junior in management, Dr. Pat J. Bosco Graduate Student Scholarship, all from Lenexa; Erin Hartegan, junior in industrial engineering, Olathe, Chester E. Peters Student Development Award; and Justin Schieber, senior in computer science, Overland Park, Greg Hardin Memorial Scholarship.

Maria Traskowsky, junior in computer science, Herington, Greg Hardin Memorial Scholarship; Maxwell Harman, sophomore in biochemistry and global food systems leadership, Inman, Walter Martin Memorial Scholarship; Louis Vopata, sophomore in psychology, Paxico, Neal Atkinson Junior Leadership Scholarship; Taylor Davison, sophomore in chemistry and microbiology, Salina, Neal Atkinson Junior Leadership Scholarship; Isabelle Woodrum, sophomore in political science, Seneca, Blue Key Study Abroad Scholarship; Sierra Staatz, junior in chemical engineering and biological engineering, Tonganoxie, Neal Atkinson Junior Leadership Scholarship; Courtney Wohletz, sophomore in human development and family science, Topeka, Neal Atkinson Junior Leadership Scholarship; Cadence Ciesielski, junior in philosophy and Spanish, Valley Center, Neal Atkinson Junior Leadership Scholarship; and Julia Howey, junior in life sciences, Wichita, Chester E. Peters Student Development Award.

From out of state: Sarah Carr, junior in civil engineering, Hampshire, Illinois, Chester E. Peters Student Development Award; Allyson Eichman, junior in business administration, Fulton, Missouri, Roy C. Langford Memorial Scholarship; Austin Drake, sophomore in microbiology, Maryville, Missouri, Robert Lewis Sophomore Leadership Award; Maria Hazelbaker, junior in agronomy and global food systems leadership, Wentzville, Missouri, Robert Lewis Sophomore Leadership Award; and Brea Hostert, junior in agribusiness, Atkinson, Nebraska, Roy C. Langford Memorial Scholarship.



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Blue Key scholarships

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De Soto, Ellsworth, Garden City, Herington, Inman, Kansas City, Lenexa, Olathe, Overland Park, Paxico, Salina, Seneca, Tonganoxie, Topeka, Valley Center and Wichita, Kansas; Hampshire, Illinois; Fulton, Maryville and Wentzville, Missouri; and Atkinson, Nebraska.

Written by

Beth Bohn
bbohn@k-state.edu