More than 30 K-State pupils were selected for academic study grants and go.

MANHATTAN, Kan. ( WIBW)- More than 30 Kansas State University individuals were chosen for traveling and academic research offers. K- Express officials said the students are slide 2023 recipients of traveling and study grants through Scholar Development and Undergraduate Research at Kansas State University. K- Express officials indicated each quarter, the company awards grants to learners across disciplines. Individuals use research grants for academic studies project expenses, such as components. Go offers are for charges related to attending educational events, which allow students to network and learn from experts and contemporaries in their fields of study. K- State officials said the following students are fall 2023 recipients of travel and research grants: Josie Farris, older in fashion studies, Andover, research grant, Jordan Garrison, mature in theatre, travel grant, and Rachel Louise Woodbury, older in music education, travel grant, both from Auburn, Regan Lattey, young in violin performance, El Dorado, travel grant, Keira Ryan Phillips, second in music education, Fort Scott, travel grant, Kieran Nicole Boeger, sophomore in psychology and dance and the human experience, Gypsum, travel grant, William Osorio, junior in music education, Junction City, travel grant, Nicholas Dvorske, senior in music education, travel grant, and Julia Marie Rossillon, junior in music business, travel grant, both from Lawrence. From Manhattan: Emmanuel Opeoluwa Adeniji, older in computer technology, go offer, Alyx Glessner, young in criminology, travel grant, John Woods, junior in computer science, research and travel grants, and Peyton Joseph Woods, older in psychology, research grant. Grace Lucas, junior in philosophy, Olathe, journey grant. From Shawnee: Sophia Livingston, junior in philosophy and dance and the human experience, go offer, Mary Hannah Sullivan, older in music education, travel grant, and Ella Tow, sophomore in chemistry, travel grant. Ann Stegman, mature in integrated human sciences and dance, Topeka, travel grant, Annika Wiebers, older in agrarian communications, Wamego, travel grant, and Ethan Karnes, older in music education, Westmoreland, travel grant. From Wichita: MyiAngel Harbin, rookie in music performance, vacation grant, Ashleigh Lincicome, young in music education, travel grant, Aubrey Thomas, older in music education, travel grant. From out of state: Mackenzie L. Brown, young in theatre performance and psychology, Springdale, Arizona, travel grant, Jacob Emmanuel Rogers, freshman in music and theatre, Frederick, Maryland, travel grant, Tyler Bolz, older in incorporated computer science, Kansas City, Missouri, research grant, Madelyn Newham, young in kinesiology, Norborne, Missouri, travel grant, Cassidy Hartig, older in English, Plattsmouth, Nebraska, travel grant, Avery Elizabeth Johnson, older in animal biology and dance and the human experience, Owasso, Oklahoma, travel grant, Ella Nuelle Dibeme Mesumbe, sophomore in vocal performance, The Colony, Texas, travel grant, and Bridget O’Neill, senior in music education, Burke, Virginia, travel grant. From China: Ziyu Zhao, older in computer technology, study offer. Scholar Development and Undergraduate Research at K- State aims to provide an integrative community and become a conduit for revolutionary experiences through engagement in academic research, innovative inquiry and scholarship. The company works to raise the awareness of K- State’s devotion to examination, analysis and the discovery of new knowledge. Explore the Scholar Development and Undergraduate Research site or internet director Beth Powers at bethpowers@k- position. education for more information. Copyright 2024WIBW. All rights reserved.