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2022 Engineering Ambassadors selected to serve K-State Carl R. Ice College of Engineering

Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022



MANHATTAN — Thirty-two students have been selected as Engineering Ambassadors for the Kansas State University Carl R. Ice College of Engineering.

Engineering Ambassadors are current engineering students chosen to promote the engineering profession and act as hosts for the college. Each ambassador assists with recruitment initiatives that occur both on and off campus.

Students with strong academic and leadership records are eligible for membership and must have successfully completed the Engineering Leadership program, E-LEAD, in addition to participating in an interview selection process.

Advisors Leanne Reineman, assistant director, Alysha Daley, recruitment coordinator, and Craig Wanklyn, assistant dean, announced the following members for 2022:

Molly Blankenship, sophomore in industrial engineering, Basehor;Luis Alcantara, sophomore in computer science, Garden City.

From Greater Kansas City: Masen Kindler, freshman in computer engineering, Gardner; Tiffany Cervantes, junior in chemical engineering, andGerman Castillo, junior in chemical engineering, both from Kansas City; Jake Hajduch, freshman in mechanical engineering, and Colby Johnston, freshman in mechanical engineering, both from Lenexa;Dakota Burritt, freshman in chemical engineering, Colby Karnei, freshman in electrical engineering, and Josh Fitzwater, freshman in electrical engineering, all from Olathe;Abby Collins, freshman in architectural engineering, Natalie Gish, sophomore in industrial engineering, and Sam Sweat, freshman in industrial engineering, all from Overland Park; and Maddy Mascareno, sophomore in mechanical engineering, Shawnee.

Allison Kirby, freshman in industrial engineering, Greensburg;Sam Grice, freshman in industrial engineering, Independence;Romina Gonzalez, freshman in electrical engineering, Liberal;Marleigh Hutchinson, freshman in environmental engineering, and Egan Dritz, sophomore in mechanical engineering, both from Manhattan;Mallory Seirer, freshman in architectural engineering, Newton;Wyatt Orender, freshman in mechanical engineering, Osage City;Caleb Wiedeman, sophomore in mechanical engineering, Salina;Alyssa Hain, freshman in chemical engineering, and John Mitchell, freshman in chemical engineering, both from Spring Hill; Katelyn Feist, junior in industrial engineering, Topeka;Ellie Braynock, freshman in biological systems engineering, Wichita.

From out of state:Abbie Banyas, freshman in architectural engineering, Pleasant Hill, Iowa;Carter Warta, freshman in general engineering, Victoria, Minnesota;Kayleigh Bednar, freshman in industrial engineering, Kansas City, Missouri;Jackson Yahne, junior in chemical engineering, Liberty, Missouri;Darius Skillen, sophomore in architectural engineering, Rock Port, Missouri; andJake Dederer, sophomore in mechanical engineering, Wildwood, Missouri.


Carl R. Ice College of Engineering

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Basehor, Garden City, Gardner, Greensburg, Independence, Kansas City, Lenexa, Liberal, Manhattan, Newton, Olathe, Osage City, Overland Park, Salina, Shawnee, Spring Hill, Topeka and Wichita, Kansas; Pleasant Hill, Iowa; Victoria, Minnesota; and Kansas City, Liberty, Rockport and Wildwood, Missouri.

Written by

Grant Guggisberg