Student Alumni Board selects 13 new members

Posted April 3, 2018

Thirteen Kansas State University students have been selected to join Student Alumni Board, a group of approximately 40 students who promote and serve the university and the K-State Alumni Association. SAB works to enhance the K-State experience by creating a link between the Alumni Association and past, present and future students.

SAB members are responsible for planning and hosting several programs to recruit students to K-State, including the For Sophomores Only program for high school sophomores and the Just For Juniors program for high school juniors and their parents. SAB members also coordinate and assist with Wildcats Forever Student Alumni Association, Grad Bash, the Distinguished Young Alumni Award, Junior Wildcats Club and other Alumni Association programs and events.

“The Student Alumni Board did an excellent job selecting its newest members,” said Marcus Kidd, SAB adviser and assistant director of student programs for the Alumni Association. “The pool of this year’s candidates was very strong, and I look forward to watching these members work with the rest of SAB to continue elevating the programs we have in place.”

The following students from Kansas were selected:

Sophie Craig, Gardener, freshman in biology.

Tel Wittmer, Holton, freshman in secondary education.

Ali Karamali, Overland Park, freshman in chemical engineering.

Samuel Pittman, Overland Park, sophomore in political science.

Ariana Coker, Shawnee, freshman in life sciences, pre-medicine and gerontology.

Emma Francis, Topeka, freshman in biology.

Andrew Nangle, Wichita, sophomore in electrical engineering.

The following out of state students were selected:

Megan Clapp, Champaign, Illinois, junior in chemical engineering.

Hannah Williams, Colorado Springs, Colorado, junior in kinesiology, Spanish and pre-physical therapy.

Valeria Rubio, Grand Island, Nebraska, junior in marketing.

Jared Sterling, Houston, sophomore in finance.

Maria Martinez, Queens, New York, junior in animal science and industry.

Hannah Markel, Rogers, Arkansas, sophomore in journalism.