K-State students have an outstanding tradition of success in national scholarship competitions whether they are competing against students from other state universities or against students from elite private universities and we are proud to celebrate the success of our most recent winners below.
junior in agricultural economics
Fulbright U.S. Student Grant
May 2019 graduate in anthropology and geography, studying critical theory and politics in the United Kingdom.
May 2019 graduate in secondary education, German and Spanish, teaching high school in Germany.
master’s student in second language acquisition-Spanish, teaching English and attending classes in Uruguay.
junior in biochemistry
junior in microbiology and pre-health
senior in chemical engineering
Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellow
May 2019 graduate in English literature
sophomore in anthropology, studied in Tanzania.
senior in electrical engineering, studied in the Czech Republic.
junior in physical science and global food systems leadership, studied in New Zealand.
sophomore in premedicine and biology, studied in the United Kingdom.
junior in nutrition and health, studied in Italy.
Critical Language Scholars
sophomore in open option, studied Russian in Kyrgyzstan.
doctoral student in history, studied Arabic in Jordan.
Kayley Brethour, sophomore in entrepreneurship
Jack Cunningham, doctoral student in civil engineering
Elliot Schrag, master's student in civil engineering
Rial Carver, 2019 master's graduate in regional and community planning
Rachel Foss, 2019 master's graduate in regional and community planning
Andrew Young, 2019 master's graduate in in regional and community planning
Sydni Huxman, May 2019 graduate in psychological sciences
Mikaela Rader, master's student in geology
Kelsey Panfil, doctoral student in behavioral neuroscience
Prerona Kundu, junior in mechanical engineering
MacKenzie Cline, junior in biological systems engineering