Freshmen honorary Quest selects members for 2015-2016
Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015
MANHATTAN — A Kansas State University honorary that helps outstanding freshmen become future campus leaders has selected new members for the 2015-2016 new year.
Quest, the freshmen honorary, is offered through the university's Blue Key, a senior honor society. Upon their selection, Quest members are paired with mentors from Blue Key for a behind-the-scenes look at everything that Kansas State University has to offer. Quest activities include lunch at the university president's home, tours of athletic facilities, a chance to find out from student leaders about giving back through service opportunities in Manhattan and more.
The following freshmen are 2015-2016 members of Quest; included are major and hometown:
Sara Guetterman, agronomy, Bucyrus; Braden Johnson, microbiology, Concordia; Sarah Niederee, business administration, Great Bend.
From Greater Kansas City: Jordan Kiehl, engineering, Fairway; Cooper McGuire, music education, Gardner; Kevin Kellerman, computer engineering, Leawood; Brianna Hughey, family studies and human services, and Victoria "Tori" Thomas, biological systems engineering, both from Lenexa; Jordan Eberhardy, kinesiology, and Paige Engle, pre-journalism and mass communications, both from Olathe; Mykia Carrell, pre-journalism and mass communications, and Meredith Clark, nutritional sciences, both from Overland Park; Rachel Haskell, kinesiology, Prairie Village; and Brooke Bennett, kinesiology, Shawnee.
From Holton: Dean Klahr, feed science and management; Shane Torrey, business administration; and Karl Wilhelm, chemical engineering.
Hallie Lucas, biology, Leavenworth; Sam Davis, animal sciences and industry, Madison; Lane Coberly, agricultural education, and Summer Smith, business administration, both from Manhattan; Baylee Heitschmidt, open option, Nickerson; Page Peoples, biological systems engineering, Ottawa; Miranda Moore, communication studies, Pittsburg; Hannah Savage, kinesiology, Salina; Aidan Allen, biology, Soldier; Taylor Spangler, family and consumer science education, Valley Center; Ethan Hammond, mechanical engineering, Wakefield; and Emily Zwick, agricultural economics, Wichita.
From out of state: Del Adcock, agricultural economics, Assumption, Illinois; Molly Bertz, agricultural communications and journalism, Mayview, Missouri; Aubrey Sydow, pre-psychology, McCook, Nebraska.