Construction science and management students earn scholarships at national convention
Friday, April 3, 2015
MANHATTAN — Six Kansas State University construction science and management students were awarded $2,500 scholarships from the Associated General Contractors of America Education and Research Foundation at the association's annual convention March 17-20 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The following juniors are scholarship awardees:
Jordan Heinen, Axtell, Construction Leadership Council Scholarship; Ross Henry, Holton, Associated General Contractors of America Scholarship; Kyle Mayer, Overland Park, Consulting Constructors Council Scholarship; and Daniel Vogt, Sedgwick, Associated General Contractors of America Scholarship.
In addition, two seniors and Associated General Contractors of America student chapter officers at Kansas State University also received $2,500 scholarships from the association. Rebecca Woodard, public relations officer, Chanute, and Bradley Halbleib, chapter president, Oakley, were selected as scholarship recipients by Ray Buyle, assistant professor of architectural engineering and construction science and the chapter's faculty adviser.
Buyle, as a part of being named the Associated General Contractors of America Educator of the Year in January http://www.k-state.edu/today/announcement.php?id=17821&category=kudos&referredBy=email, could select two students at his discretion to receive these scholarships.
All scholarship recipients will be recognized at the architectural engineering and construction science scholarship awards banquet May 8.