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K-State Today

April 26, 2021

Knights of St. Patrick awards announced

Submitted by Mary Rankin

The Steel Ring Engineering Honor Society in the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering has announced recipients of the 2021 Knight of St. Patrick award. It is given to those graduating seniors who have achieved high levels of scholarship, as well as significant involvement in activities in their department, the College of Engineering, Kansas State University and the community.

The annual award is named after St. Patrick, the patron saint of engineers, and was introduced in 1975 by Dean Emeritus Donald E. Rathbone. The Knights of St. Patrick Award is extremely competitive and is given to approximately the top five percent of seniors graduating in May, August and December. Each recipient receives a framed serialized certificate with the distinctive Knights of St. Patrick shield.

Recipients for 2021, by degree program, are as follows:

Architectural engineering
Danielle Ahern, Eric Ashlock, Brandon Cook, Nicholas Kalny, Payton Masoner, Kaitlan Muzingo, Ryan Rieger, Kelsey Robinett and Stacia Satzler

Biological systems engineering
Victoria Eastman, Jenna Flory, Dugan Hult and Molly Smith

Chemical engineering
Cody Aikens, Ashley Bartels, Natalie Burton, Sydney Clements, Alyssa Cooke, Christina Griese, Andrew Reader and Allison Wheeler

Civil engineering
Mariana Cruz, Joseph Drilling and Alyssa Wherry

Computer engineering
Parker Lange

Computer science
Cody Murrell

Electrical engineering
Ben Brokesh and Jenalee Dickson

Industrial engineering
Ethan Copple, Diana El-Koubysi, Evan Grimm, Jacob Land, Tessa Seeberger and Madelynn Yalowitz

Mechanical engineering
Emilee Agnew, Ronaldo Lopez and Kaitlyn Smallfoot

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