April 13, 2015
Inaugural K-State Student Employee of the Year Award recognizes students for hard work
During the inaugural year of the K-State Student Employee of the Year Award, more than 40 students were nominated for their outstanding contributions to a variety of offices across campus. Five finalists were selected from the nominations. From the finalists, a campus winner will be announced at an awards ceremony at 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 15, in the K-State Alumni Center Ballroom.
Be sure to recognize your student employees this week during National Student Employment Week. Join in the social media discussion using #WildcatWay. We thank all of K-State student workers for their hard work and dedication.
K-State Student Employee of the Year finalists:
Blaine Cash, New Student Services
Julia Comstock, Catalyst Center
April Gee, K-State Libraries
Kyle Hooker, Horse Unit
Sarah Wilcox, Pilots Program