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May 20, 2013
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K-State Research and Extension Names Summer Interns


MANHATTAN, Kan. – K-State Research and Extension has named 13 students as 2013 summer interns. The interns will assist extension professionals in planning and implementing educational programs for Kansas residents.

The interns, in alphabetical order by last name, followed by major, school, hometown and (in parentheses) district, county or state office in which they will work, are:

  • Hannah Anderson, agricultural education - K-State, Peabody, Kan. (Reno County Extension office);
  • Jordan Crosson, family studies and human services - K-State, Minneapolis, Kan. (Riley County Extension office);
  • Chelsey Greene, education - Chadron State College, Jewell, Kan. (Shawnee County Extension office);
  • Leanne Milleret, agricultural economics - K-State, Lawrence, Kan. (Leavenworth County Extension office); 
  • Amanda Oakley, dietetics - K-State, Wamego, Kan. (K-State Expanded Food Nutrition Education Program;
  • Alejandra Romero, chemical engineering - K-State, Garden City, Kan. (Southwest Area Extension office);
  • Kinzie Selke, agricultural education - K-State, Frankfort, Ind. (K-State Department of Animal Sciences and Industry);
  • Clarissa Sents, family studies and human services - K-State, McPherson, Kan. (Kansas 4-H Youth Development office);
  • Brooke Stamm, horticulture - K-State, Washington, Kan. (McPherson County Extension office);
  • Elizabeth Stone, elementary education - Benedictine College, Indianola, Iowa (Atchison County Extension office);
  • Cheyenne Veatch, agricultural business/extension emphasis - Tarleton State University, Emporia, Kan. (Scott County Extension office);
  • Katelyn Vincent, agricultural education - K-State, Fort Scott, Kan. (Linn County Extension office); and
  • Ruddy Yanez, family studies and human services and Spanish-Hispanic studies – K-State, Tribune, Kan. (Southwest Area Extension office).

K-State Research and Extension, based at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kan., conducts research and offers programs, publications and newsletters focused on improving the quality of life for Kansans and others using science-based information. It has offices in all 105 Kansas counties.

More information is available at any of its county or district offices and on its website. Links to the individual county and district sites are available on a state map on the site.


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K-State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well-being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K-State campus, Manhattan.

Story by: Mary Lou Peter
mlpeter@ksu.edu
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Stacey Warner, K-State Research and Extension Operations – 785-532-5790 or swarner@ksu.edu