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Kansas State University chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda inducts first members

June 4, 2015

Kansas State University has inducted 59 students into the university's first chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda.

The national honor society was founded in 1945 and recognizes adult students who achieve and maintain high scholastic standards. It is the oldest and largest chapter-based honor society for full- and part-time undergraduate adult students.

New members were inducted into the honorary at the K-State Global Campus Honors and Awards Reception April 30.

"K-State Global Campus and the Non-Traditional and Veteran Student Services office launched a new honor society, Alpha Sigma Lambda, this spring to recognize nontraditional students for their hard work and dedication for academic achievements," said Katie To, coordinator for Non-Traditional and Veteran Student Services.

To be eligible to join Omega Xi, Kansas State University's chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda, nontraditional students must be currently enrolled with a minimum of 24 credit hours completed toward an undergraduate degree program at the university and have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher.

"These students had to balance school, careers and their families while sustaining and enhancing academic excellence. Thus, we must honor and celebrate their accomplishments," To said.

The following students are Kansas State University's first Alpha Sigma Lambda chapter inductees:

Clayton Biggerstaff, senior in general business administration, Arkansas City; Benton Duff, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in general business administration, and Larry Shepherd, senior in family studies and human services, both from Chanute; Taylor Siek, senior in family studies and human services, Cimarron; Courtney Ress, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in modern languages, Colby; Elisha Reyes, senior in general business administration, Dodge City; Loni Kite, senior in elementary education, Fort Riley.

From Greater Kansas City: Brittany Hollerbach, senior in kinesiology, Colleen Lindsay, senior in dietetics, and Emma Sammons, sophomore in general business administration, all from Overland Park; and Matthew Schmitz, senior in general business administration, Shawnee.

From Junction City: Brad Brackin, senior in fine arts; Krystal Clamors, senior in elementary education; Kristin Copeland, senior in geology; Lisa Holden, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in general business administration; Tinisha Selvy, junior in accounting; and Michelle White, sophomore in pre-professional elementary education.

Daina Bitters, senior in dietetics, Lawrence; Jennifer Guetterman, senior in dietetics, Louisburg.

From Manhattan: Natalie Bader, junior in apparel and textiles; Roxanne Bunnell, senior in economics; Steven Chalman, senior in psychology; Katrina Curry, junior in sociology; Sara Devine, senior in secondary education-social studies; Shaun Linenberger, junior in family studies and human services; Monica Macfarlane, senior in political science; Batirbek Matchanov, senior in information systems; Rhiannon Nedland, senior in family studies and human services; Jessica Parker, junior in social sciences; Patricia Pearson, senior in anthropology; Daniel Perez, senior in kinesiology; Kristen Ray, senior in sociology; Carol Regehr, senior in accounting; Katie Werner, senior in nutrition and health; and Tabitha Wyckoff, junior in physical sciences.

Mantej Singh, senior in information systems, Milford; Wesley Green, senior in food science and industry, Paola; Michael Wilson, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in general business administration, Salina; and Kathleen "Iris" LoCoco, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in art history, Wichita.

From out-of-state:

From California: Allison Fisher, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in dietetics,Burbank; Marion Valenzuela, senior in dietetics, Los Gatos; and Kimberly Holt, senior in animal sciences and industry, Perris.

Courtney Nicholson, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in animal sciences and industry, Lone Tree, Colorado; Angela Wolfenberger, senior in dietetics,Kamuela, Hawaii; Brian Barnacle, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in biology,Westmont, Illinois; Christa Hagedorn, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in mechanical engineering, Kansas City, Missouri; Samantha Burcher, senior in general business administration, Springfield, Missouri; Jessica Dolan, senior in dietetics, Kearsarge, New Hampshire; Adrienne Davis-Phillips, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in food science and industry, Plainfield, New Jersey; Cindy Nystrom, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in kinesiology, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Lori Schrader, senior in family studies and human services, Lebanon, Ohio; Misty Sedlacek, senior in general business administration, Edmond, Oklahoma; Adrienne Kahn, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in dietetics, Cheltenham, Pennsylvania; Letizia Schianodicola, senior in dietetics, Hazleton, Pennsylvania; Carissa Schwandt, senior in dietetics, Hamill, South Dakota; Brian Begshaw, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in general business administration, Allen, Texas; Amy Bosch, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in fine arts, San Antonio, Texas; Christiana Johnson, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in social sciences, Siren, Wisconsin; and Kathy Fuchs, May 2015 bachelor's graduate in dietetics, Casper, Wyoming.

Source: Katie To, 785-532-6434, ktmorris@k-state.edu
Written By: 
 
Ashley Nietfeld, 785-532-4903, anietfeld@k-state.edu
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