Robinson Family Multicultural Leadership Award

The Robinson Family Multicultural Leadership Awards recognize four outstanding, graduating students who are leaving a legacy of enhancing multicultural engagement at Kansas State University through their leadership. The award winners are recognized at the Robinson Family Multicultural Leadership Awards Luncheon.

The Robinson’s are a family of K-Staters who came from humble beginnings. Exposure to K-State has encouraged and inspired generations of their family. They have committed to core values that include leadership, giving back and leaving a legacy. The Robinson Family Multicultural Leadership Awards represent the beginning of a wonderful journey as students graduate and become alumni.

Congratualtions to our 2019 recipients:
Marlene Campos-Guerrero, bachelor's candidate in microbiology, Kansas City, Missouri
Rafael Garcia, bachelor's candidate in mass communications with a minor in Spanish translation and economics, Emporia, Kansas
Laken Horton, bachelor's candidate in mass communications with a minor in American ethnic studies, Kansas City, Missouri
Jordan Kiehl, bachelor's candidate in industrial engineering with a minor in business and statistics, Fairway, Kansas
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Questions?
Jessica Elmore '06, '15
Associate director of diversity programs
785-532-5060 | jelmore@k-state.com