Ambassadors named for College of Engineering
Monday, Feb. 8, 2016
MANHATTAN — The Kansas State University College of Engineering has announced the selection of 22 students for membership in the Engineering Ambassadors organization.
Engineering Ambassadors are current College of Engineering students chosen to promote the engineering profession and act as hosts for the college. Each ambassador is required to help with at least four events by planning, organizing or providing tours and information to prospective students, parents and teachers.
Students with strong academic and leadership records are eligible for membership, and are selected based on review of application and personal interview conducted by the current ambassadors' leadership team.
Craig Wanklyn, assistant dean for the College of Engineering and faculty adviser for the organization, announced the following members for 2016:
Riley Aversman, freshman in mechanical engineering, Atchison; Karter Krokstrom, sophomore in chemical engineering, Chanute; Amy Prieb, sophomore in industrial engineering, Derby.
From Greater Kansas City: Jordan Kiehl, freshman in industrial engineering, Fairway; Ashton Vega, freshman in computer engineering, Gardner; Victoria Thomas, freshman in biological systems engineering, Lenexa; Rachel Lasseter, freshman in architectural engineering, and Mathew Orzechowski, freshman in mechanical engineering, both from Olathe; Elizabeth Hall, freshman in information systems, Prairie Village; and Mary Pat Siebert, freshman in computer science, and Reagan Wood, sophomore in computer science, both from Shawnee.
Cameron Rohleder, senior in mechanical engineering, Hays; Antonio Carter, freshman in mechanical engineering, and Katharine Kellogg, freshman in chemical engineering, both from Junction City; Lindsey Hageman, freshman in industrial engineering, Manhattan; Krista Long, freshman in biological systems engineering, and Wyatt VanDePol, freshman in industrial engineering, both from Spring Hill; Aubrey Busenitz, freshman in chemical engineering, Tecumseh; Stephen Bartels, freshman in chemical engineering, Topeka; and Kristen Graves, freshman in architectural engineering, and Garrett Kuhn, freshman in computer science, both from Wichita.
From out of state: Allan Cabanatuan, Williamsburg, Virginia, junior in computer science.