Students honored for scholarship, research, leadership
Friday, May 2, 2014
Several students in the College of Human Ecology were honored recently for their achievements.
Angelique Foye, psychology and family studies and human services, and Kirti Gandhi, nutritional sciences, were recognized at the K-State McNair Scholars Program annual event April 21 in the K-State Student Union Ballroom. They are among the 15 McNair Scholars who completed their research internships in summer 2013.
Angela Glean, kinesiology, be completing her research internships this summer. She is a member of the newest cohort of McNair Scholars.
K-State Blue Key, a senior leadership honor society, has selected two human ecology students: Allie Niederee, kinesiology and pre-physical therapy, who will be the organization’s co-director of banquets and recognition and Caroline Toler, family studies and human services, who will serve as co-director of Quest.