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Summer scholarships help Kansas State University Global Campus students

Thursday, October 13, 2016

MANHATTAN — Thirty-six students were awarded scholarships for the fall 2016 semester by Kansas State University Global Campus. The scholarships totaled $69,600 and went to degree-seeking distance students across the U.S.

Scholarships awarded include the Maureen Allison O’Bannon Memorial Scholarship, the Allan D. Sicat Scholarship, the K-State Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students, as well as scholarships provided in collaboration with Kansas State University colleges and departments.

The fall 2016 scholarship recipients include:

Darin Engel, senior in technology management, Augusta, Maureen Allison O’Bannon Memorial Scholarship; Christopher Petty, master’s student in adult and continuing education, Fort Scott, Maureen Allison O’Bannon Memorial Scholarship; Crystal Miller, junior in human ecology, Allan D. Sicat Scholarship, and Nicole Hamler, senior in general business, College of Business Scholarship for Distance Students, both from Junction City.

From Manhattan: Debbie Brown, junior in interdisciplinary social science, College of Arts & Sciences Scholarship for Distance Students; Marisol Miller, senior in general business, Military Spouse Scholarship; Barbara Wells, senior in interdisciplinary social science, College of Arts & Sciences Scholarship for Distance Students.

Brittany Trinidad, senior in general business, Milford, Maureen Allison O’Bannon Memorial Scholarship; Ashley Nunez, master’s student in curriculum and instruction, Maureen Allison O’Bannon Memorial Scholarship, and Callie Woolery, senior in general business, College of Business Scholarship for Distance Students, both from Overland Park; Cody Bonczkowski, sophomore in technology management, Topeka, College of Technology and Aviation Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Kaylee Head, master’s student in academic advising, Wichita, College of Education Scholarship for Distance Students.

From out of state:

Tiffany Preston, senior in family studies and human services, Pleasant Grove, Alabama, Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Rekha Shrestha, master’s student in food science, Fresno, California, College of Agriculture Scholarship for Distance Students; Ana Sanchez, master’s student in academic advising, Merced, California, College of Education Scholarship for Distance Students; Andrew Evans, master’s student in Master of Arts in Teaching, Colorado Springs, Colorado, College of Education Scholarship for Distance Students; Christina Hennig, master’s student in the Master of Arts in Teaching, East Haddam, Connecticut, Military Spouse Scholarship; Carina de Armas, master’s student in academic advising, Tampa, Florida, College of Education Scholarship for Distance Students; Cheyenne Stewart, junior in animal sciences and industry, Castleford, Idaho, College of Agriculture Scholarship for Distance Students; Sarah Utley-Wells, master’s student in community development, Rockford, Illinois, Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Joleen Murray, senior in nutrition and health, Vandalia, Illinois, Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Jessyca Waddell, master’s student in youth development, Lafayette, Indiana, Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Amy Duley, senior in animal sciences and industry, Upper Marlboro, Maryland, College of Agriculture Scholarship for Distance Students; Victoria Fryer, master’s student in industrial and organizational psychology, Flint, Michigan, College of Arts & Sciences Scholarship for Distance Students; Annette Winrick, master’s student in business administration, Shoreview, Minnesota, College of Business Scholarship for Distance Students; Johnathon Hagen, senior in aeronautical technology, Belton, Missouri, College of Technology and Aviation Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Catherine Brown, senior in human ecology, Errol, New Hampshire, Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health Scholarship for Distance Education Students, Crystal Rhodes, senior in animal sciences and industry, Lewiston, New York, College of Agriculture Scholarship for Distance Students; Brittany Humphrey, senior in animal sciences and industry, Raleigh, North Carolina, College of Agriculture Scholarship for Distance Students; Rebecca Giertz, master’s student in industrial and organizational psychology, Albany, Ohio, College of Arts & Sciences Scholarship for Distance Students; Lori Schrader, senior in family studies and human services, Lebanon, Ohio, Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Tara Geil, senior in dietetics, Lakeview, Oregon, Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Natasha Brenchley, master’s student in academic advising, West Jordan, Utah, Maureen Allison O’Bannon Memorial Scholarship; Lakesha Stevens, senior in human ecology, Racine, Wisconsin, Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Camille Osborne, senior in dietetics, Powell, Wyoming, Food, Nutrition, Dietetics and Health Scholarship for Distance Education Students; Marvin Mbaso, master’s student in agribusiness, Malawi, Lilongwe, Global Campus Scholarship for Distance Education Students.

To learn more about scholarships for distance students and how to apply, visit global.k-state.edu/students/tuition/scholarship.