MANHATTAN, Kan. — Helping new students to feel welcome and part of the Kansas State University family will be the job of 43 students selected to serve in the university's 2019-2020 orientation programs.
Orientation programs include Orientation and Enrollment and Wildcat Warm-up. These select individuals inform new students about resources, services, activities and facilities available at the university through large- and small-group sessions.
To prepare for summer orientation and enrollment sessions, as well as the school year ahead, the new orientation leaders participate in training sessions during the spring semester and early summer, fine-tuning their knowledge of services and resources on campus. They also develop interactive presentations for new students and learn leadership skills.
From McPherson: Kellsie Corrigan, junior in accounting and finance, orientation leader; Abby Denshaw, senior in international business and mass communications, orientation leader; and Chris Kirchner, junior in human development and family sciences, Wildcat Warm-up counselor.
The following students will serve as 2019-2020 orientation leaders:
Madi Bowers, junior in communication sciences and disorders, Basehor, Wildcat Warm-up counselor; Trayton Post, junior in kinesiology, Beloit, orientation leader; Holly Mills, sophomore in accounting, Derby, orientation leader; Lane Lundeen, junior in fisheries, wildlife and conservation biology, Fowler, Wildcat Warm-up counselor; Paloma Roman, senior in athletic training, Garden City, Wildcat Warm-up counselor; Morgan Kaiser, junior in operations and supply chain management, Great Bend, orientation leader.
From Greater Kansas City: Sean Bruce, senior in marketing and American ethnic studies, and Chaz Corredor, junior in finance, both orientation leaders and both from Lenexa; Sam Bond, junior in human development and family sciences, Olathe, Wildcat Warm-up counselor; Maggie Horton, sophomore in elementary education, Mitch Byers, junior in operations and supply chain management, and Greyson Woerpel, senior in elementary education, all Wildcat Warm-up counselors and all from Overland Park; Graham Bolar, sophomore in marketing, Prairie Village, orientation leader; and Tyler Howard, senior in mechanical engineering, Stilwell, Wildcat Warm-up student director.
Kinsey Davidson, senior in communication studies, Halstead, orientation leader; Tel Wittmer, junior in secondary education, Holton, orientation leader; Grace Scott, sophomore in social work, and Rhys Tash, sophomore in biology, both Wildcat Warm-up counselors and both from Hutchinson; Juliana Schwartz, sophomore in architecture, Manhattan, orientation leader.
Jeff Juenemann, junior in human development and family sciences, Oberlin, Wildcat Warm-up counselor; Monica Wolf, senior in secondary education, Salina, orientation leader; Neal Eller, senior in communication sciences and disorders, Wildcat Warm-up counselor, and Emma Francis, junior in biology, orientation leader, both from Topeka.