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Contributions to K-State earn 13 students Dean of Student Life Outstanding Graduating Senior Award

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Higinbotham Gate

Thirteen Kansas State Universit students are being recognized for their contributions to the university with the Dean of Student Life Outstanding Graduating Senior Award. 

 

MANHATTAN — Kansas State University Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students Thomas Lane has selected 13 students for the Dean of Student Life Outstanding Graduating Senior Award.

Inaugurated in 1999, the award recognizes seniors on the Manhattan campus and the Kansas State Polytechnic Campus in Salina for their significant contributions to student life during their time at K-State. Staff members in the Division of Student Life nominate students they find deserving of the award. Final award winners are recommended to Lane by a committee of student life staff members.

"Though we have many students who have made a meaningful contribution to improving student life at the university, I am greatly pleased to recognize these 13 seniors identified by others as truly making their mark throughout their time at K-State," Lane said. "I thank them for their hard work in making a better K-State for all Wildcats."

The following students are recipients of the Dean of Student Life Outstanding Graduating Senior Award:

Hayley Spellman, communication studies and political science, Emporia; Sadie Polson, marketing, Frankfort; Francisco Cardoza, management information systems, and Chelsea Turner, American ethnic studies, both from Kansas City; Sahiba Grover, microbiology, Lenexa; Ayanna Phillips, music, Olathe; Natalie May, entrepreneurship, Peck; Caleb Strahm, aeronautical technology-professional pilot, Sabetha; Justin Moser, accounting and management information systems, Westmoreland; and Peter Moyer, economics and political science, Wichita.

From out of state: Ayana Belk, landscape architecture, Kansas City, Missouri; Katheryn Gregerson, agricultural economics and global food systems leadership, Herman, Nebraska; and Darrell Reese, human resource management, Plano, Texas.



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Thomas Lane
talane@k-state.edu

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Emporia, Frankfort, Kansas City, Lenexa, Manhattan, Olathe, Peck, Sabetha, Salina, Westmoreland and Wichita, Kansas; Kansas City, Missouri; Herman, Nebraska; and Plano, Texas.

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