May 18, 2021
APDesign students recognized for achievements in APDPro
Eight graduates in the College of Architecture, Planning & Design at Kansas State University received APDPro certification by completing all five years of requirements for APDPro, the college's professional development program.
The following students achieved certification in APDPro during the 2020-2021 academic year:
Siddarth Jambunathan, fifth-year student in architecture, Shawnee; Megan Radcliff, fifth-year student in interior architecture & product design, Eaton, Colorado; Haley Weinberg, fifth-year student in landscape architecture, Des Peres, Missouri; Ellie Williams, fifth-year student in interior architecture & product design, Independence, Missouri; Justin Jennings, fifth-year student in architecture, O'Fallon, Missouri; Cheyenne Canterbury, fifth-year student in architecture, Wentzville, Missouri; Emily Block, fifth-year student in interior architecture & product design, Hastings, Nebraska; and Harley Schuster, fifth-year student in architecture, Superior, Nebraska.
The mission of APDPro is to enrich students' experience in APDesign and provide a competitive advantage as they transition to the workplace. The programs offered through APDPro help students develop the career skills employers are looking for via workshops, lectures, seminars, professional mentoring and networking opportunities. Students receive a notation on their transcript for each year they complete the program requirements and become certified in APDPro if they complete the requirements for all five years of the program. Learn more about APDPro and its mentor program, or for more information, please contact Danna Voegeli, APDPro coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.