Blue Key Recognizes Jason Troendle for leadership, service
June 4, 2015
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On April 12, Blue Key, K-State’s senior honor society, recognized outgoing seniors for outstanding leadership.
Jason Troendle, St. Charles, Minnesota, received the William L. Muir II and John T. Muir Alpha Tau Omega Blue Key Scholarship for excellence in scholarship, service, and leadership.
The Muir scholarship honors two past Blue Key members and brothers, John Muir and William Muir. A committee comprised of the dean of students, Blue Key advisers, a member of the Muir family, and an officer from K-State’s Alpha Tau Omega Student’s’ Aid Endowment Fund. Both Troendle and Jordan Marquess, senior in biology and pre-medicine, received plaques and a $1000 scholarship for their leadership roles both at K-State and off campus.
Troendle demonstrated strong service and leadership throughout his time at K-State. Troendle was the personal and professional development chair for Blue Key, a student fellow at the Center for Risk Management and Education and Research, as well as the public relations chair and the strengths advocate public relations chair for the All-University Open House.
Outside of K-State Troendle interned for Cargill Feed and Nutrition and the Kansas Department of Agriculture. He also served as the national secretary of the National FFA Organization.
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