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Health and Human Sciences names student ambassadors

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

The College of Health and Human Sciences is proud to announce their 2020-2021 student ambassadors. These ambassadors are comprised of students representing multiple majors throughout the college and are charged with promoting the College of Health and Human Sciences to alumni and friends as well as prospective students and their families through both on- and off- campus events. They also engage with current K-State students, specifically those in the college.

Returning ambassadors:

Molly Myers, junior in communication sciences and disorders, Abilene; Ashley Pieper, junior in kinesiology, Atchison; Garrett Jackson, junior in personal financial planning, Cedar Point; Rileigh Mahoney, junior in communication sciences and disorders, Derby.

Brittney Ellermann, sophomore in athletic training, and Gina Reyes, senior in nutritional sciences, both from Garden City; Kyndal Brening, sophomore in nutrition and health, and Olivia DeMeyer, junior in nutrition and health, both from Hutchinson.

Nicholas Dombrowski, junior in athletic training, Junction City; Emma Wilson, sophomore in nutrition and health, Lawrence; Emanuel Serrano, senior in athletic training, Liberal; Elizabeth Hildreth, junior in athletic training, Louisburg.

Emily Armbrust, sophomore in nutritional sciences and Tory Thomson, sophomore in kinesiology, both from Manhattan; Christina Tran, sophomore in nutritional sciences, McPherson.

From Greater Kansas City: Kristen Tompkins, junior in apparel and textiles, Marli Swart, junior in interior design, Sydney Rettig, junior in kinesiology, and Morgan Johnson, sophomore in nutrition and health, all from Olathe; Leah Willhite, junior in kinesiology, Grace Johns, sophomore in human development and family science, Katie Lacy, sophomore in kinesiology, all from Overland Park.

Taylor LeMay, sophomore in nutrition and health, Riley; Maria Grimes, junior in human development and family science, Topeka.

From Wichita: Breanne Burks, junior in general human ecology; Dorothea Mies, junior in nutrition and health; Annie Tinker, sophomore in nutrition and health; and Ellie Hahn, sophomore in kinesiology.

From out of state: Isabella Rodrequez, sophomore in kinesiology, Kansas City, Missouri; Megan Wurst, junior in communication sciences and disorders, Lamar, Colorado.

New ambassadors:

Allie Houston, freshman in personal financial planning, Americus; Delaney Thomas, freshman in interior design, Basehor; Ashlyn Stevenson, freshman in nutrition and health, Burlington; Abbie Kummer, sophomore in human development and family science, Colby; Madison Nattier, freshman in personal financial planning, Kechi.

From Great Kansas City: Josh Morgan, junior in kinesiology, Leawood; Caylee Thornhill, freshman in kinesiology, Lenexa; Cole Villasenor, freshman in kinesiology, Olathe; Madison Fleming, freshman in interior design and Nicolle Johnson, junior in human development and family science, both from Overland Park; Anika Roy, freshman in nutrition and health and Sophie Friesen, freshman in human development and family science, both from Shawnee.

Hanna Religa, sophomore in nutrition and health and Josie Broxterman, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders, both from Manhattan; Claire Keeten, sophomore in athletic training, Phillipsburg; Trella Davis, sophomore in athletic training, Scott City; Angela Sudbeck, freshman in nutrition and health, Seneca.

From Wichita: Macy Wineland, freshman in interior design; Morgan Purdy, freshman in apparel and textiles; and Olivia Elmore, freshman in kinesiology.

From out of state: Allison Arrendondo, sophomore in communication sciences and disorders, Colorado Springs, Colorado; Jenna Ellison, freshman in dietetics, St. Josephy, Missouri; Brooke Errington, junior in general human ecology, Cottonwood, Minnesota; Kylie Schwartz, junior in apparel and textiles, Fort Collins, Colorado; Svea Knight, fresman in dietetics, Grafton, Massachusetts; Evan Jones, junior in kinesiology, Lee’s Summit, Missouri; Kendra Marstall, sophomore in kinesiology, Murphy, Texas; and Reed Roney, freshman in nutritional sciences, Northfield, Minnesota.

The College of Health and Human Sciences prepares students for meaningful lives and careers that promote human well-being through business, design, education, health sciences and human behavior. Learn more at hhs.k-state.edu.

This article was posted on Tuesday, April 21, 2020, and is filed under College News.