College News (Dec 21, 2016)

Students at Kansas State University have earned nearly 14,200 academic scholarships for the 2016-17 academic year—500 more than in 2015-16 and 2,000 more than in 2014-15.

Overall, KSU students have earned more than $33.28 million in scholarships for the current academic year. Nearly 6,500 in-state students received $24.45 million, 1,456 out-of-state students received $8.29 million and 227 international students received more than $548,000 in scholarship funding.

Following are the students, listed by hometown, of KSU students from the Free Press readership area who have earned scholarships and the name of the scholarship.

Canton: Austin Bullinger, C. Fred Samp Mechanical Engineering Schol­ar­ship, Foundation Plus Scholarship; Kaden Littrell, Elnita Ehler Jezek Scholarship for Business Education Students, Executive Mentorship Pro­gram Scholarship, Foundation Plus Scholarship.

• Durham: Lauren Geis, Baeten Farm Scholarship, K-State Transfer Academic Award.

• Florence: Caitlyn Maloney, Charles W. and Lois H. Nauheim Agri­cultural Economics Scholarship.

• Galva: Trevor Unruh, Fairchild Scholarship, James C. Logbeck Engineering Scholarship; Zoe Unruh, Leadership Scholarship.

• Hillsboro: Jeremy Davidson, Schrader/Massier Graduate Excellence Fund in Agronomy; Jared Dyck, Achievement Award, Robert W. Jan­zen Scholarship; Jakob Hanschu, Arts and Sciences Fund for Excel­lence; Shannon Heiser, Agricultural Enhance­ment Fund; Karyn Leihy, K-State Alumni Association Legacy Scholar­ship; David Loewen, Richard F. King Jr. Memorial Scholarship, Urban Food Systems Symposium Scholarship; Jesse Meier, Foundation for Engineering at Kansas State University Fund; Chase Meisinger, Agricultural Enhancement Fund; Bryce Roberts, Albert J. Gehrt Memorial Scholar­ship Fund; Allison Troyer, David and Kay Fritchen Stu­dent Leadership Scholar­ship, Founda­tion for Engineering at Kansas State University Fund.

• Lehigh: Hannah Bartel, Transfer Leadership Scholarship; Aleksandrs Jirgens, Max E. and Jean Hollinger Scholarship in Journalism and Mass Communications.

• Lincolnville: Carrie Carlson, Goppert Foundation Scholarship in Agriculture, Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry Research Award, R. Ray and Marian E. Carothers Scholarship; Kayla Kroupa, Agricultural Enhancement Fund; Brenna Shields, R. Ray and Marian E. Carothers Scholarship; Carissa Shields, Agricultural Enhancement Fund, R. Ray and Marian E. Carothers Scholar­ship; Kristin Vinduska, Agricultural Enhancement Fund, Leadership Scholarship.

• Marion: Justin Bina, K-State Alumni Association Legacy Scholar­ship, Lee R. Blank Scholarship; Kathryn Ehrlich, Leadership Scholarship, Smoll Scholarship; Jared Hague, K-State Transfer Academic Award; Anne Jirak, Elvon G. and Lydia E. Skeen Education Fund; Lauren McLinden, Ina Belle Zimmerman Memorial Scholarship, Myrna Jean Adee Scholarship in Hotel, Restaurant, Institution Management and Dietetics; Aaron Molleker, Carl E. Olson Memorial Scholarship, K-State Transfer Academic Award; Zachary Robson, College of Education Alumni Scholarship, Jim and Karen S. McMil­len Scholarship; Amanda Stuch­lik, Achievement Award, Grace Smith Ostenberg Memorial Scholar­ship; Kaylie Waner, Arts and Sciences Fund for Excellence, June D. Hull Sherrid Biology Scholarship and Education Fund.

• Peabody: Brandon Entz, Achievement Award, Jim Buchanan Scholarship.

• Ramona: Justin Deines, Agricultural Enhancement Fund.

• Tampa: Reece Berens, Putnam Scholarship, R. Ray and Marian E. Carothers Scholarship; Morganne Hamm, Borck Leadership Scholars, Collett Family Scholarship for Rural Education, Elvon G. and Lydia E. Skeen Education Fund; Elizabeth Meyer, Agricultural Enhancement Fund, Baeten Farm Scholarship, Leadership Scholarship; Nicholas Meyer, Albert H. Strecker Agricul­tural Engineering Scholarship, Andrew Kasten Inter­national Scholarship, Engineering Leadership and Innovation, Founda­tion Plus Scholarship, K-State Blue Key Scholarship; Grant Srajer, Elnita Ehler Jezek Scholarship for Business Education Students.

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