Kopp serves as ambassador
Twenty-three Kansas State University students, including Abby Kopp of Bismarck, form the inaugural group of K-State Libraries ambassadors.
Representing a wide diversity of majors from both undergraduate and graduate programs, the students will serve two-year terms as advocates and representatives for K-State Libraries at social, cultural and fundraising activities. Ambassadors also provide feedback on the libraries’ initiatives and services, as well as advocate for the perspectives of the university student body.
Kopp is a sophomore majoring in English.
Kershaw receives certificate
Olivia Kershaw of Menoken was conferred a certificate in clinical laboratory science during the summer commencement ceremony held on Aug. 16 by Mercy College of Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa.
DeBlieck on honors list
Savannah DeBlieck of New Town was named to Massanutten Academy’s honors list for the first grading period of the 2013-14 school year in Woodstock, Va. In order to be given this award, a cadet must show academic prowess by receiving no grade lower than a B-minus.
Mund participates in summit
Cara Mund recently attended the Ivy League Leadership Summit. All eight Ivy League universities — Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton, University of Pennsylvania and Yale — sent undergraduate students to the conference.
This is the second year Mund has attended the conference.
This year’s theme was The Digital Future.
Mund is a sophomore at Brown University concentrating in political science and business, entrepreneurship and organizations. She is a cheerleader for football and basketball and a member of two performing dance companies. She is also a member of the Peer Community Standards Board, vice president of community service for the Kappa Delta sorority, a university tour guide and dance instructor/choreographer.
Mund is a graduate of Century High School.