Carl R. Ice College of Engineering announces Ice Scholars
MANHATTAN — The Carl R. Ice College of Engineering at Kansas State University has announced its 2022 Ice Scholars, which recognize select outstanding students who plan to major in engineering at the university.
The six incoming freshmen honored as Ice Scholars will potentially receive a total of $30,000 over four years in addition to any other university scholarship awards. The renewable award is designated for high-achieving, highly involved student scholars and is the largest scholarship award made by the college.
Finalists were selected by a committee of college faculty and staff and participated in an on-campus interview as part of the application process.
"We are very excited to welcome this group of outstanding and diverse scholars into our fall 2022 freshman class," said Gary Clark, senior associate dean and professor in the College of Engineering.
Awardees, all high school seniors, with their chosen field of study and high school:
Mary Meyer, chemical engineering, Andale High School, Andale; Lane Musselman, chemical engineering, Clay Center Community High School, Clifton; Amala John, computer science, Hesston High School, Hesston; Amelia Koehn, biomedical engineering, Wichita County High School, Leoti; Ryan Gitobu, mechanical engineering, Saint Thomas Aquinas High School, and Adam Riekeman, mechanical engineering, Olathe Northwest High School, both from Overland Park