13 KSU seniors recognized as outstanding

By Bryan Richardson

Thirteen Kansas State University students from fields as diverse as aeronautics and biology are the university’s newest Dean of Student Life Outstanding Graduating Senior Award winners. The awards, sponsored by the K-State Parents and Family Association, were presented at a recent reception by Pat Bosco, vice president for student life and dean of students.

First given in 1999, the awards recognize graduating seniors who make significant contributions to student life at K-State.

Directors and staff members in the Division of Student Life nominate candidates, with Bosco making the final selections.

Each student received a plaque. Recipients of the awards include:

Mitchell Loeb, May 2012 bachelor’s graduate in public health nutrition and pre-dentistry, Leawood; Natalie Rauth, May 2012 bachelor’s graduate in advertising and public relations, Leawood; Kate Bormann, May 2012 bachelor’s graduate in agricultural communications and journalism, Louisburg;  John Grice, May 2012 bachelor’s graduate in political science, Manhattan;  Katy Zapletal, May 2012 bachelor’s graduate in kinesiology, Manhattan; Ariel Anib, May 2012 bachelor’s graduate in Spanish and criminology, Olathe, Derrik Wiggins, May 2012 bachelor’s graduate in sociology, Olathe; Brandon Hall, May 2012 bachelor’s graduate in marketing, Overland Park; Stephanie Larson, May 2012 bachelor’s graduate in elementary education, Shawnee; Madison Peak, a senior in political science and pre-law, Shawnee; Jamie Weiser, May 2012 bachelor’s graduate in life sciences and pre-optometry, Urbana, Ill.; Felix Tse, senior in aviation maintenance and professional pilot, Derwood, Md.; Megan Denison, May 2012 bachelor’s graduate in family studies and human services, Pleasant Valley, Mo.









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