Student Alumni Board selects 20 new members

Posted April 15, 2019

Twenty 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 For Sophomores Only for high school sophomores and Just For Juniors 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, Wabash CannonBall Kansas City 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:

Lasondra Aurand, Belleville, freshman in human development and family science
Baleigh Fry, Great Bend, freshman in athletic training
Natalie Moyer, Independence, sophomore in marketing
Max Harman, Inman, freshman in biochemistry
Mary Clare Halpin, Leawood, freshman in open option
Jack Cashman, Lenexa, sophomore in mechanical engineering
Cameron Jones, Lenexa, freshman in business management
Allison Burnett, Olathe, freshman in biology
Olivia Pruss, Olathe, sophomore in biology
Lucas Hill, Overland Park, junior in mechanical engineering
Ella Bahr, Manhattan, freshman in life sciences and pre-optometry
Megan Klug, Manhattan, freshman in personal financial planning
Sydney Clements, Salina, junior in chemical engineering
Kayla Craigmile, Shawnee, freshman in anthropology, international studies and Spanish
Trenton Schroeder, Stilwell, sophomore in life sciences and pre-dentistry
Nicolas Sastoque, Topeka, freshman in chemical engineering
Lesly Torices, Topeka, freshman in biomedical engineering

The following out of state and international students were selected:
Cecilia Pick, Asuncion, Paraguay, junior in English literature and elementary education
Morgan Elliott, Keller, Texas, sophomore in human development family science
Sydney Henry, St. Louis, Missouri, freshman in marketing and strategic communications