University's Multicultural Student Honor Society gains new members
Friday, Oct. 17, 2014
MANHATTAN — Academic success has earned several Kansas State University multicultural students membership in the university's Multicultural Student Honor Society.
"This special honor society, founded in 1999, is one of only a few such organizations in the nation with this specific purpose, and the K-State organization stands as the model for other universities," said Carla Jones, assistant vice president and senior associate dean of students. Jones also serves as the honor society's adviser.
The honor society recognizes students who have persisted to the sophomore year, with 45 credit hours and beyond, and who have a cumulative university grade point average of at least 3.0.
"Transfer students at the sophomore level who have completed at least one semester at K-State are also eligible," Jones said.
New members of the Kansas State University Multicultural Student Honor Society include:
Eliza Scott, sophomore in journalism and mass communications, Bonner Springs;Diana Neri, senior in family studies and human services, Caney; Trevor Miley, sophomore in chemical engineering, Ellsworth.
From Junction City: Shaquan White, sophomore in accounting; Robee Ybanez, senior in architectural engineering; and Lagituaiva Sandoval, sophomore in criminology and pre-law.
Tobi Omodehinde, senior in psychology, Lenexa; Seth Bovee, junior in marketing, Manhattan; Philomena Sulzen, senior in social sciences, St. Marys; and Briana Gomez, senior in marketing, Topeka.