Students in the news
Thursday, March 12, 2009
Cosette Armstrong earns research honor
Cosette Armstrong, a Ph.D. student in ATID, received first place in the Social Sciences category at the recent K-State Research Forum for graduate students. The title of her presentation was, "Sustainability in Apparel and Textiles Education."
She will have an article in the upcoming International Textile and Apparel Newsletter on Teaching Sustainability Holistically.
Erin Ayers tours Europe with choir
Erin Ayers, junior in family studies and human services, heads to Europe this month with the Kansas State Concert Choir. The choir will represent the state of Kansas at the 2009 American Celebration of Music in Vienna and Prague. The students will present three major concerts: St. Nicholas Church in Prague, St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna and the Minoritenkirche in Vienna.
Lacy Skinner, Black Student Union honored
For the third time in the last four years, the Big 12 Council on Black Student Government has named K-State''s Black Student Union as the best in the Big 12. Lacey Skinner, sophomore in family studies and human services, is a council delegate. The awards were presented in February.
Danielle Cereola recognized in Alpaca design competition
Danielle Cereola, senior in apparel and textiles, was a finalist in design competition sponsored by the Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association. Nearly 90 students from across the country entered the competition. She was honored at the group's winter conference was this month in Las Vegas. Sherry Haar, associate professor, was her instructor for the project.