Department of Agricultural Economics represented by 2 of 6 candidates for the K-State Student Ambassadors
October 22, 2013
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The two students representing the College of Agriculture as finalists for K-State Student Ambassadors are both from the Department of Agricultural Economics. Elizabeth Harner, agribusiness junior from St. George advised by Andrew Barkley; and Kurt Lockwood agricultural economics junior from Caney advised by Sean Fox; are two of the six finalists. The winners will be announced at the football game Saturday. More information about the candidates can be found at http://www.k-state.com/s/1173/social.aspx?sid=1173&gid=1&pgid=1144.
Each year a male and a female student are elected to spend the year attending alumni and campus activities, speaking to alumni, friends, current and prospective students.
Ambassadors are elected by the student body at Homecoming and represent the student body at Alumni Association events throughout the state and at university activities. Student Ambassadors visit with prospective students and alumni at Alumni Association events throughout Kansas, attend Student Alumni Board meetings and activities, assist with Alumni Association programming on campus like class reunions, Homecoming Student Committee and other special events, as well as assist the president’s office as needed.
For more information about the student ambassador program and other homecoming activities visit: http://www.k-state.com/homecoming.
Please remember to vote to support these students. Voting will happen from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 24.