Engineering leadership honorary selects new members
Thursday, April 9, 2020
MANHATTAN — The Steel Ring Honor Society at Kansas State University has inducted 21 new members for the 2020-2021 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. They also recognize students and faculty at the annual leadership reception hosted by the college.
Faculty adviser for the group is Craig Wanklyn, assistant dean for recruitment in the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering.
The following are the new members of Steel Ring:
Jenna Flory, biological systems engineering, Baldwin City; Ronaldo Lopez, mechanical engineering, Dodge City; Agustin Rodriguez, computer science, Garden City.
From Greater Kansas City: Joe Drilling, civil engineering, and Dugan Hult, biological systems engineering, both from Olathe; Evan Grimm, industrial engineering, Overland Park; and Mariana Cruz, civil engineering, Shawnee.
Gabriella Radina, architectural engineering, and Molly Smith, biological systems engineering, both from Manhattan; Parker Lange, computer engineering, Moundridge; Cody Murrell, computer science, Newton; Madelynn Yalowitz, industrial engineering, Osawatomie; Diana El-Koubysi, industrial engineering, and Kelsey Robinett, architectural engineering, both from Topeka.
From Wichita: Alyssa Cooke, chemical engineering; Becca Debes, electrical engineering; and Allison Wheeler, chemical engineering.
From Missouri: Nathan Sellers, computer science, Chesterfield; Danielle Lindquist, industrial engineering, Kansas City; and Carly Byrne, mechanical engineering, and Ryan Rieger, architectural engineering, both from Lee's Summit.