Two Kansas State University honor societies, Blue Key and Mortar Board, recognized outstanding outgoing members with scholarships on April 12. Jordan Marquess, senior in biology and pre-medicine, Olathe, and Jason Troendle, 2015 Bachelor of Science in Agriculture graduate, St. Charles, Minnesota, were awarded William L. Muir II
Eight graduating Kansas State University students have been recognized by the K-State Alumni Association for outstanding achievements during their college careers. Amy Button Renz, Alumni Association president and CEO, presented the students with plaques during an awards luncheon April 29 at the K-State Alumni Center. The
Amanda Dendurent, Lenexa, formerly of Wamego, was among graduate students receiving advanced degrees Saturday, May 16, at Emporia State University. Dendurent, an early childhood teacher in the Kansas City, Kansas (USD 500) school district, was presented a master’s degree in early childhood education. She is a 2006
Robert Brehmer, a Manhattan Area Technical College Air Conditioning and Refrigeration student, placed 1st in the State HVAC SkillsUSA competition, earning his way to the national competition to be held June 22 - 26 in Louisville, Kentucky. Marshall Manly, also an HVAC student, brought home the silver
Flint Hills Christian School hosted its Secondary Honors Night May 7 at Living Word Church. In addition to scholarship and honor roll announcements, top students in each class were recognized. Senior Chaustin Root and junior Ashlyn Shultz received the Strong Heart Award, given annually to two
Jessica Crespino, a sophomore at Flint Hills Christian School, placed second in copy editing for 1A/2A schools in the Kansas Scholastic Press Association state contest held May 1 at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. Crespino qualified for the state contest by placing in the
Anthony Middle School was recognized for the Centennial Middle School League school service award for community involvement recently. The award is determined by student enrollment, money raised, items donated and hours of service. The school finished the year with a converted total of $10,101.23 or $22.75 per
Manhattan High School seniors received numerous accolades this year. Nadal Abudayyeh: football athletic scholarship, Independence Community College Camden Adams: High scholastic achievement - 4.0 GPA, MHS; Furman University Grant, Furman University;Paladin Merit Award, Furman University Samantha Adams: High scholastic achievement - 4.0 GPA, MHS; Kansas ACT
The following university support staff employees were recognized at the 2015 University Support Staff Recognition Ceremony on April 22. In last Sunday’s edition of The Mercury, the wrong names were published because an incorrect list was provided. Here is the correct list of retiring K-State support
CORVALLIS, Ore – Oregon State University will hold its 146th commencement on Saturday, June 13, beginning at 10:30 a.m. in Reser Stadium. Jacqueline M. Hertel, Manhattan, is expected to receive her Bachelor of Science, Exercise and Sport Science.
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