Post named Blue Key member
MANHATTAN – Kansas State University’s senior honor society, Blue Key, has selected its new members for the 2016- 17 school year. The following Kansas State University students, who will be seniors in the 2016-17 school year, are new members of Blue Key: Hunter Post, of Beloit, Kinesiology; Noah Trapp, of Ellsworth, Microbiology and Jessica Van Ranken, of Lindsborg, Political Science.
Blue Key recognizes upperclassmen at colleges and universities throughout the nation for an exemplary and balanced record of achievement inside and outside the classroom. The society also annually awards thousands of dollars in scholarships to undergraduates at the university for excellence in scholarship, leadership and service.
Eligibility is based on leadership in student life, academic achievement, service to others, citizenship and adherence to principles of faith. Students in the organization display excellence in scholarship, leadership and service.
Members facilitate YOU Lead workshops, which are free leadership and team skills training sessions for students, clubs and organizations at the university. Other activities include coordinating Quest, the university’s freshman leadership honorary society; coordinating and hosting the annual DiscoverU Conference for high school students interested in learning more about college and the opportunities that await them; hosting the Leadership Appreciation Reception to recognize students across campus for their leadership; and teaching Catalyst, a self- development course.
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