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Unformatted text preview: AG STUDENT COUNCIL Officers: President: Miles Theurer Vice President - Barrett Smith Secretary - Carrie Gilliam Treasurer - Jared Wilson Public Relations - Nichole Ely Activities - Shane Blaes Telefund - Justin Hagedorn Telefund - Annarose Hart Ag Fest - Katie Samples Ag Fest - Adam Phelon Ag Fest - Bailey Bokelman Course and Curriculum - Austin Dezeeuw Course and Curriculum - Nellie Hill Student Faculty Awards - Ashley Bohnenblust Student Faculty Awards - Hannah Leventhal Honor Code - Clint VenJohn Honor Code - Callie Williams Senator - Brandon Harder Senator - Morgan Gauby Senator - Danny Unruh Senator - Shane Blaes Senator - Jacob Gouldie Senator - Doug Shane Faculty Advisor: Dr. Christine Wilson, 117 Waters Hall (532-6151) (email@example.com) Dr. Joel DeRouchey, 126 Weber Hall (532-2280) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Overall Purpose: To serve the best interests of all students in the College of Agriculture and all agricultural student organizations, sponsor and support student activities and programs, communicate with and unite agricultural student organizations, and foster positive relationships between students, faculty, and administration. Council will also consider any amendments to the Kansas State University Student Governing Association (KSU SGA) Constitution, select replacements to Student Senate when requested, allocate Student Activity Fee funds to agricultural student organizations, and handle any legislative or executive duties not reserved by the SGA Constitution and By-Laws for Student Senate and the Student Body President. Student membership of Council shall be composed of the elected officers, appointed officers, the ag student senators, and one representative of each agricultural student organization. Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: Fall Activity Meeting dates, time, and place: First and third Thursday nights of each month at 5:30 p.m. in 137 Waters Hall 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Watermelon Feed Ag Fest Ag Telefund Awards Assembly Student/Faculty Awards Program 1 AG AMBASSADORS and AG REPS Officers: President - Tyler Axman VP of Administration - David White VP of Development - Becky Sullivan VP of Communication - Erica Waechter Open House/Activities Coordinator - Dalton Henry REV Co-Coordinator - Kate Bormann REV Co-Coordinator - Kelsey Dertzbaugh Ag Orientation Co-Coordinator - Jade Comstock Ag Orientation Co-Coordinator - Emily Surdez Career Fairs Coordinator - Nichole Ely Ag Backers Coordinator - Robert Munson Selections Coordinator - Nicole Rosencutter CAT Co-Coordinator - Andrea Knodel CAT Co-Coordinator - Bethany Bohnenblust Faculty Advisors: Sharon Thielen, 119 Waters Hall (532-5736) (email@example.com) Lance Zimmerman, (firstname.lastname@example.org) Overall Purpose: Serve as goodwill ambassadors for the College of Agriculture, by speaking with prospective students as they start in the decision making process and by assisting with various activities both on and off campus which promote the College of Agriculture. The Ag REPS program is designed for College of Agriculture students to better acquaint and prepare them for the responsibilities of becoming an Ag Ambassador. Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Promote the College of Agriculture and its programs to prospective students, teachers, counselors, and county extension personnel 2. Contact, assist, and provide information for prospective students while they are going through the decision making process and visiting campus 3. Assist with Ag Open House, Career Fair, and Telefund 4. Ambassadors coordinate KSU Experience in Agriculture and assist with Ag Orientation. 5. REPS are expected to participate in several recruiting activities and complete an application and interviewing process to become an ambassador. Meeting dates, time, and place: Second and fourth Thursday nights of each month at 5:45 p.m. in Weber 111. REPS may or may not meet together with the Ambassadors. Meetings will be announced in Pick-Ups. REPS selection will be held in early September. 2 AG COMMUNICATORS OF TOMORROW Officers: President - Tyler Bowser
First Vice President - Cara Gigstad Second Vice President - Katie Starzec Secretary - Ashley Quakenbush Treasurer - Megan Brouk Reporter - Nick Levendofsky Ag Council Representative - Robin Kleine Faculty Advisors: Dr. Marcus Ashlock, 301 Umberger Hall (532-5804) (email@example.com) Dr. Linda Sleichter, 315 Umberger Hall (532-5269) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: 1. Encourage interest in agricultural communications and related careers. Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Hear speakers who are ag communications professionals 2. Make field trips to visit publishing plants, radio and TV stations, advertising agencies, and public relations firms, and agriculture industries 3. Help conduct FFA Agricultural Communications CDE 4. Sponsor Ag Open House exhibits and activities 5. Promote internships for students in Agricultural Communications and Journalism 6. Organize and participate in ag communications conferences and competitions at regional and national levels Meeting dates, time, and place: First and third Thursdays of each month at 7:15 p.m. in 137 Waters Hall AG COMPETITION TEAMS COUNCIL Officers: President –Amy Sents Vice President –Andy Newkirk Secretary – Torie Reilly Treasurer – Justin Lupfer Faculty Advisors: Dr. Christine Wilson, 117 Waters Hall (532-6151) (email@example.com) Dr. Scott Beyer, 130 Call Hall (532-1201) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: 1. Seek funds for ag competition teams 2. Establish policy and coordinate allocation of funds for ag competition teams Membership on the Council is determined by the individual Ag Competition Teams. 3 AG COMPETITION TEAMS ADVISORS/COACHES Ag Economics Quiz Bowl - Dr. Hikaru Peterson (email@example.com) Animal Science Quadrathlon - Dr. Ernest Minton (firstname.lastname@example.org) Crops Team - Dr. Kevin Donnelly (email@example.com) Dairy Cattle Judging - Dr. Justin Potts (firstname.lastname@example.org) Dairy Challenge - Dr. Mike Brouk (email@example.com) Dairy Products Evaluation - Dr. Karen Schmidt (firstname.lastname@example.org) Food Science Quiz Bowl - Dr. Kelly Getty (email@example.com) Horse Judging - Kindra Gradert (firstname.lastname@example.org) PLANET Landscaping - Dr. Greg Davis (email@example.com) PLANET Landscaping - Dr. Cathie Lavis (firstname.lastname@example.org) Livestock Judging - Dr. Scott Schaake (email@example.com) Linnaean Team - Dr. Sharon Schroll (firstname.lastname@example.org) Linnaean Team - Dr. Tom Phillips (email@example.com) Linnaean Team - Dr. John Reese (firstname.lastname@example.org) Marketing Team - David Lehman (email@example.com) Meats Team - Dr. Terry Houser (firstname.lastname@example.org) Meat Science Quiz Bowl - Dr. Terry Houser (email@example.com) Meat Science Quiz Bowl - Melissa Daniel (firstname.lastname@example.org) Poultry Team - Dr. Scott Beyer (email@example.com) Product Development Team - Dr. Fadi Aramouni (firstname.lastname@example.org) Soils Team - Dr. Mickey Ransom (email@example.com) Weeds Team - Dr. Anita Dille (firstname.lastname@example.org) Wool Team - Dr. Brian Faris (email@example.com) Quarter Scale Tractor Team - Dr. Randy Price (firstname.lastname@example.org) Turf Teams - Dr. Jack Fry (email@example.com) AG ECONOMICS/AGRIBUSINESS CLUB Officers: President - Kyra O’Brien Vice President - Sarah Martin Secretary - Kay Albright Treasurer - Brook Abitz Public Relations - Andrew Krier Membership Co-Chairpersons - Kelsey Dertzbaugh, Justin Hagedorn Ag Council Representative - Lauren Nutter Social Co-Chairpersons - Katie Samples, Jeremy Kristek Faculty Advisor: Dr. Hikaru Peterson, 304G Waters Hall (532-1509) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Web page: www.agecon.ksu.edu/ageconagbus Purposes: 1. Further the professional and social interests of the members. 2. Foster a closer relationship and unified spirit among its members, the faculty of Agricultural Economics/Agribusiness, and the Manhattan community. Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Bi-weekly meetings and invited speakers 2. Fall hamburger fry 3. Spring steak fry 4. In-state and out-of-state tours of agribusiness facilities Compete in a national quiz bowl competition 6. Fund raisers and charity work 7. Participation in College of Agriculture programs and Open House 8. Numerous leadership and service opportunities Meeting dates, time, and place: 4 5. Second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 7 p.m. Place to be announced on the club website and Waters Hall bulletin boards. AG EDUCATION CLUB Officers: President - Jackie Klenda Vice President - Ashley Vann Secretary/Treasurer - Zana Manche Public Relations - Annarose Hart Ag Council Representative - Jim Gilpin Education Council Representative - Brooke Eckert Faculty Advisor: Dr. Shannon Washburn, 112 Umberger Hall (532-1250) (email@example.com) Web page: www.coe.ksu.edu/ageducation/agedclub.html Purposes: 1. To promote and support agricultural education and FFA in Kansas 2. 3. 4. To prepare students to teach agricultural education To increase professionalism among its members through its activities To provide opportunities for members to interact with those people who are involved within agricultural education and the agriculture industry 5. To maintain relationships with other campus and state organizations having compatible objectives Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Assist in recruiting students for Agricultural Education and the College of Agriculture 2. Host the KSU Agricultural Education Club Invitational Speech Contest 3. Host the Kiddie Barnyard, during Ag Fest, for area third grade students 4. Assist with state, district and invitational FFA Career Development Events 5. Participate in University Open House activities 6. Sponsor an annual Fall picnic and awards banquet 7.Hold several social activities and participate in intramural athletics 8. Recognize outstanding Agricultural Education students 9. Host Kansas FFA Chapter Website Competition
Meeting dates, time, and place: Meetings will be set at the first meeting. Notices will be in the Collegian, and Bluemont Hall 363. AG TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT CLUB Officers: President - Tim Wright Vice President - Jared Unrau Secretary - Kole McCauley Treasurer - Ryan Mathewson Reporter - Neil Isaac Ag Council Representatives - Westin Holloway, Michael Speer John Deere Club: President Tractor Team: President 5 Vice President Secretary Treasurer Faculty Advisor: Dr. Bob Wolf, 145 Seaton Hall (532-2935) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: 1. Acquaint present and potential members with opportunities in the Agricultural Technology Management profession 2. Expose members entering the job market with industry and business opportunities and to expose the general public to the activities of agricultural technology management 3. Develop potential leadership and create a spirit of fellowship among members Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Ag Open House 2. Ag Connections Expo 3. Present award certificates to winners of the Kansas Educational Contests in Agricultural Mechanics 4. Various field trips to progressive industries and to clubs at other universities 5. Various money-making projects (i.e. lawn mower clinic) 6. Various educational speakers at meetings 7. Participation in the American Society of Agricultural Engineers regional and national meetings by presenting technical papers, participating in microcomputer contests, competing for outstanding club award, and providing leadership for regional Agricultural Technology Management clubs Meeting dates, time, and place: The club meets in Seaton Hall 132 on the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. ALPHA MU (Honorary - Agricultural Technology Management) Officers: President - Barrett Smith Vice President - Jared Unrau Secretary - Gabe Gantz Treasurer - Tim Wright Faculty Advisor: Dr. John Slocombe, 149 Seaton Hall (532-2906) (email@example.com) Purposes: 1. Promote the profession of the agricultural mechanization 2. Encourage and develop high standards of scholarship, character, leadership, fellowship, and general good among individuals whose interests lie in the agricultural mechanization profession Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Annual Initiation Banquet for new members 2. Annual Scholarship Banquet for Agricultural Technology Management and Biological and Agricultural Engineering students Meeting dates, time, and place: To be sent by email and posted on the Agricultural Technology Management bulletin board in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering ALPHA MU (Honorary - Grain Science) Officers: President Vice President Secretary/Treasurer Ag Council Representative Fall/Spring Activity Coordinator Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kendall McFall, IGP Building (532-5932) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: 6 Promote the professions of flour milling, feed manufacturing, baking, and cereal science Encourage and develop high standards of scholarship, character, leadership, fellowship, and general good will among individuals whose interests lie in the milling, feed, baking, and cereal science industries Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Service projects as determined by the membership (generally include Ag Telefund, Flour at Christmas for the Flint Hills Breadbasket, Fall Gathering, and others) 2. New student mentoring 3. Annual Initiation Banquet 4. Annual Fall Grain Science Gathering Meeting dates, time, and place: Meeting times as announced ALPHA TAU ALPHA (Honorary - Agricultural Education) Officers: President/Coordinator - Krista Rice First Vice President - Tiffany Poet Second Vice President Treasurer Secretary Sergeant at Arms Faculty Advisor: Dr. Shannon Washburn, 112 Umberger Hall (532-1250) (email@example.com) Web page: www.coe.ksu.edu/ageducation/ata.html Purposes: 1. Develop a professional spirit in the teaching of agriculture 2. Help train teachers of agriculture, who shall be rural leaders in their communities 3. Foster a fraternal spirit among students in teacher training for vocational agriculture Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Involvement in many professional activities 2. Attendance at the National ATA Conclave in Louisville, KS and Central Region ATA Conclave 3. Sponsor of an exchange program with another university in the Central Region Meeting dates, time, and place: Meetings will be held in conjunction with Ag Ed Club Meetings. ALPHA ZETA (Honorary - Agriculture) Officers: Chancellor - Nicole Rosencutter Censor - Jenny Gillespie Treasurer/Fundraising - Sarah Martin Scribe/Chronicler - Andrea Granger Ag Council Representative/Community Service - Brook Bradbury Membership Coordinator - Kristen Walker Faculty Advisors: Dr.Allen Featherstone, 313 Waters Hall (532-4441) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Dr. Don Boggs, 117 Waters Hall (532-6151) (email@example.com) Dr. John Unruh, 126 Weber Hall (532-1245) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: 1. A national service and scholastic honorary fraternity for students dedicated to the agriculture profession 2. Select members from the College of Agriculture and the College of Veterinary Medicine on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and character Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Work jointly with Ag Student Council in sponsoring college activities 7 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. Plan and present Distinguished Lecture in Agriculture series Conduct service projects in community Participate in national conclaves and leadership conferences Meeting dates, time, and place: Second and fourth Monday at 5:30 p.m. in 137 Waters Hall. Watch Collegian for announcements. 8 BAKERY SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT CLUB Officers: President - Amber Cooper Vice President - Megan Epler Secretary - Megan Thyfault Treasurer - Abbey Heikes Production Managers - Caroline Bacon, Drew Ladd Marketing Manager - Lauren Winnen Sales Manager - Ashlin Cox Ag Council Representative - Alyssa Hicks Faculty Advisor: Dr. Dave Krishock, 108 Shellenberger Hall (532-4065) email@example.com) Web page: www.ksu.edu/bsc E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Purposes: 1. Be of service whenever possible to KSU and especially the Department of Grain Science and Industry 2. Provide an additional opportunity for the members to gain professional knowledge 3. Foster an understanding of the baking and allied industries 4. Establish, encourage, and develop high standards of scholarship, character, leadership, and good will among students whose interests lie in the baking industry Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Weekly bake sale, each Wednesday afternoon 2. Field trips to industrial bakeries and also to baking conventions and meetings 3. Holiday fruit cake sales 4. Ag Open House 5. Fall and spring departmental picnics 6. Election of the Outstanding Baking Senior of the Year Meeting dates, time, and place: We bake each Tuesday afternoon in Shellenberger 110, then conduct the bake sale the following Wednesday in the first floor hallway of Shellenberger Hall. Exact times that we bake and sell goods will be determined next semester. BLOCK AND BRIDLE CLUB Officers: President - Ariane Briscoe Vice President - Miles Theurer Recording Secretary - Kelsey Schnoebelen Corresponding Secretary - Melissa Jolly Treasurer - Becky Schmitt Reporter - Heather Oentrich 2 Year LAR Representative - Tyler Leonhard Ag Council Representative - Justin Lupfer Marshall - Barrett Smith Social Coordinators: Ashlee Brown, Melissa Pachta Webmaster - Erin Mark Faculty Advisors: Senior Advisor - Dr. Scott Beyer, 130 Call Hall (532-1201) (email@example.com) Junior Advisor - Dr. Ron Pope, 134A Weber Hall (532-5404) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: 1. Promote higher scholastic standards among students interested in the livestock industry 2. Promote the livestock industry in all phases of student work in colleges and universities 3. Foster a closer relationship among the men and women pursuing animal agriculture as a profession 9 Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Little American Royal and Ag Open House 2. Feeds for various events 3. Fall Hamburger Fry, Spring Picnic 4. B & B Banquet in spring 5. Junior Merit Scholarship, Senior Merit Scholarship, Rookie of the Year 6. Livestock, meats, and wool judging contests 7. Football Parking 8. Selection of Honorary Member and Outstanding Stockman 9. Christmas Party 10. Club Exchanges Meeting dates, time, and place: First and third Tuesdays of each month at 7:15 p.m. in Weber Hall (unless otherwise posted)
COLLEGIATE AGRI-WOMEN Officers: President - Jill Corpstein Vice President - Katelin Unruh Secretary - Kat Rivers Treasurer - Kayley Zimmerman Ag Council Representatives - Lana Swendson, Brandi Briand Webmaster/Historian - Dalon Coder Public Relations - Brandi Briand Alumni Representative - Lori Bammerlin Faculty Advisor: Donita Whitney-Bammerlin, 9E Calvin Hall (532-4362) (email@example.com) Purposes: 1. To serve as an educational organization for students in agriculture 2. To keep students updated and informed on current issues in agriculture Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Ag Open House exhibit 2. Educational speakers 3. Elementary Ag Day 4. State and National Convention (Attend, In charge of planning a part of the program) Meeting dates, time, and place: Second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in 137 Waters Hall COLLEGIATE CATTLEWOMEN Officers: President - Sydney Janssen Vice President - Sammi Lawrence Secretary - Lyndee Patterson Treasurer - Tera Rooney Ag Council Representatives - Bailey Bokelman, Callie Williams Beef Promotions Coordinator - Kyra O’Brien Beef Promotions Committee - Klaire Jorgenson, Katie Fritter, Kristen Harris Historian - Nichole Ely Faculty Advisors: Mishelle Hay, 134 Weber Hall (532-1262) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Wrenn Pacheco , A111D Moser Hall (532-4844) (email@example.com) Web page: www.asi.ksu.edu/ccw Purposes: 1. Assist the Kansas Livestock Industry and Kansas Cattlewomen in efforts to promote the welfare of the beef industry 10 Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. KLA Convention 2. Ag Venture Program 3. Kansas Beef Council/Kansas Cattlewomen Volunteers 4. Cattlemen’s Day 5. Kiddie Barnyard 6. Cowboy Olympics 7.Open House Exhibit 8. Annual Beef Industry Tour
Meeting dates, time, and place: Meetings shall be held on the second Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. in 111 Weber Hall COLLEGIATE FARM BUREAU Officers: President - Emily Schneider Executive Vice President - Michael Lanzrath Vice President of University Outreach (Ag Council Representative) - Josh Groene Vice President of Community Outreach - Kimber Evans Vice President of Governmental Outreach - Kristen Harris Faculty Advisor: Sharon Thielen, 119 Waters Hall (532-5121) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: We are a community service club that realizes the importance that politics has on Agriculture and provide our member with vital information on upcoming political bills that could impact our members. Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: Tornado Clean Up, Ag Tours, Kids Day on the Farm, Ag Week Meeting dates, time, and place: First Monday of the Month, 5pm Weber 111, Could Change COLLEGIATE 4-H CLUB Officers: President - Jessie Furnish Vice President/Ag Council Representative - Kylee Grant Secretary - Melissa McIntyre Treasurer - Heather Murchie Officer Training Co-Coordinators - Sara Smith, Liz Gunther Historian/Public Relations - Kristine Clowers State 4-H Office Liaison - Justin Wiebers Faculty Advisor: Sharon Dobesh-Beckman, 239 Waters Hall (532-4748) (email@example.com) Purposes: 1. Promote a wider acquaintance among its members 2. Maintain and increase their interest in 4-H work and to train leaders in this field 3. Aid and promote the well-being of students at KSU 4. Aid in any campus activity relating to 4-H, to foster the best interest of KSU, and to interest other youth to attend KSU 11 Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Monthly meetings 2. Judging at 4-H Day events 3. Assisting with officer training in counties 4. Community service projects 5. Attending Regional and National Collegiate 4-H Conferences Meeting dates, time, and place: Second and fourth Monday of each month at 7 p.m. in Waters 137. Details and meeting places will be announced in the Collegian. DAIRY SCIENCE CLUB Officers: President - Jamie Hermann Vice President - Cassandra Dutcher Secretary - Tayley Boersma Treasurer - Dana Orth Faculty Advisors: Dr. Barry Bradford, 127 Call Hall (532-7974) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Dr. Tim Rozell, 223 Weber Hall (532-2239) (email@example.com) Purposes: 1. Unite students majoring in dairy science or interested in the dairy industry 2. Serve KSU College of Agriculture and Dept. of Animal Sciences & Industry with the Kansas dairy industry 3. Provide opportunity for fellowship among students and faculty 4. Join with others interested in the advancement of the dairy industry through participation in the National and Midwest American Dairy Science Association-Student Affiliate Division 5. Promote leadership and responsibility through club activities 6. Promote dairy products. 7. Annual money making projects Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Little American Royal co-sponsor 2. State FFA judging contest, fit dairy cows 3. Annual spring banquet for student recognition 4. Annual spring trip 5. Annual fall trip Meeting dates, time, and place: Second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 p.m . in 140 Call Hall FEED SCIENCE CLUB Officers: President - Jonathan Wilson Vice President - Ryan Roberts Secretary/Treasurer - Amanda Brown Ag Council Representative - Andy Linscott Faculty Advisor: Dr. Keith Behnke, 002E Waters Hall (532-4083) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: To provide opportunities for students interested in Feed Science to obtain leadership, knowledge, and experience in the field of feed manufacturing Activities, Projects, Programs, etc: 1. Monthly meetings 2. Field trips 3. Feed sales (fund raiser) 4. Participation in College of Agriculture Open House 5. Attend bi-annual American Feed Industry Association Convention. 12 Meeting dates, time, and place: Pending. Notice will be posted in Shellenberger Hall. 13 FOOD SCIENCE CLUB Officers: President - Tess Ludwick Vice President - Bryan Severns Secretary - Jessie Briggs Treasurer - Gregory Pelan Ag Council Representative - Alex Olson Alternate Ag Council Representative - Matt Becker Open House Chairperson- Sophia Thompson Faculty Advisor: Advisor: Dr. Kelly Getty, 216 Call Hall (532-2203) (email@example.com) Purposes: Foster and recognize scholarship and extra-curricular activities Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Foster a close relationship among the Food Science students and faculty at Kansas State Encourage leadership Acquaint students with areas of activity in food science and technology Promote greater interest in this profession Monthly meeting or event Trips to the Institute of Food Technologists meeting at the local and national levels Tours of various food industries Participation in various fund raising activities Social functions including Chili Feed, Holiday Party and Spring Picnic Attend Kansas City IFT/Phi Tau Sigma Awards Tea in the spring Participate in Regional and National team competitions such as the College Quiz Bowl, Dairy Products Judging Team, and Product Development Team 8. Participate in on-campus activities such as the Activities Carnival, Watermelon Feed and Open House 9. Community service activity
Meeting dates, time, and place: A schedule for Fall and Spring meetings/events may be found at http://www.foodsci.k state.edu/students/foodscienceclub.html. (This is the Food Science Institute website and the information is under the ‘For Students’ section). HORTICULTURE CLUB Officers: President - Casey Crossland Vice President - Ryan Windholz Secretary - Bridget Baker Treasurer - Brooke Schultz Historian - Nick Becker Ag Council Representative - Gregg Wertz Publicist/Webmaster - Derek DeBoer Social Chairperson - Emily Frasier Faculty Advisors: Dr. Kim Williams, 2021 Throckmorton Hall (532-1434) firstname.lastname@example.org 14 Dr. Cathie Lavis, 2021 Throckmorton Hall (532-1433) email@example.com Purposes: 1. Promote good fellowship among members 2. Promote professionalism among members 3. Advance interest in horticulture 4. Acquaint students with horticulture faculty and curriculum 5. Provide hands-on experience in many areas of horticulture 6. Create contacts within the horticultural industry Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Community gardening service projects 2. Guest speakers within the industry 3. Fund raisers for the club 4. Social events (Halloween party, BBQs, etc.) 5. Annual meetings and conventions (ALCA, MACHS) Meeting dates, time, and place: Every other Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m. in Throckmorton 2024 K-STATE HORTICULTURAL THERAPY CLUB Officers: President Vice President Treasurer Secretary Ag Council Representative Faculty Advisor: Dr. Richard Mattson, 2021 Throckmorton Hall (532-1420) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: 1. To promote people-plant interactions in therapeutic, rehabilitative and community based activities and programs 2. To increase communications among horticultural therapy students and professionals Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Community service projects 2. Field trips to institutional and community-based programs 3. Special seminars and speakers 4. Social events 5. Fund raising events 6. Attend annual meetings of the American Horticultural Therapy Association Meeting dates, time, and place: Alternate Tuesday evenings at 6:00 p.m. in 2024 Throckmorton Hall K-STATE STUDENT CHAPTER OF GOLF COURSE SUPERINTENDENT’S ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA Officers: President - Austin Wright Vice President - Tanner Coble Secretary - Curtis Schriever Treasurer - Jeremiah Stumpff Faculty Advisor: Dr. Steve Keeley, 2021 Throckmorton Hall (532-1428) (email@example.com) 15 Purposes: 1. Promote interest in golf course management/turf management as a career 2. Promote interaction among students interested in a career in golf course management 3. Promote interaction between students and professionals in golf course management careers Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Guest speakers 2. Fund raisers 3. Travel to International Golf Course Superintendent’s Association of America conference and state turfgrass conferences 4. Interaction with students attending other Midwest universities 5. Social events Meeting dates, time, and place: Every other week in 2024 Throckmorton Hall during the school year. Dates and times to be decided and posted outside 2021 Throckmorton Hall and by e-mail. KSU HORSEMAN'S ASSOCIATION Officers: President - Shannon Smith Vice President - Maggie Sender Treasurer - Keri Deaver Secretary - Rosie McCrea Historian/Webmaster - Krista McKay Social Chairperson - Sarah Smith Ag Council Representatives - TBA Faculty Advisor: Dr. Joann Kouba, 128 Weber Hall (532-1240) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: 1. Provide an organization for horse oriented students to participate in horse activities while at college 2. Promote interests in all aspects of horsemanship in all breeds of horses 3. Enhance knowledge of novice and experienced horseman activities 4. Promote organized intercollegiate activities 5. Provide services to the horse industry and the community Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Sponsor guest speakers or clinicians 2. Assist the KSU horse judging team through sponsorship 3. Organize and sponsor the Annual KSU Fun Show 4. Help maintain and improve the KSU Horse Unit 5. Through distribution and sales of T-shirts and jackets, help promote recognition of ASI department 6. Sponsor Annual Work Horse Award 7. Sponsor public dances and other social activities 8. Organize Annual Cutting Horse Competition sanctioned by NCHA 9. Organize club trips to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to attend the National Reining Horse Association Futurity and AQHA World Show 10. Organize an overnight camp out and/or trail ride for club members 11. Organize annual educational trip for active members Meeting dates, time, and place: First and third Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in 111 Weber Hall, or as advertised outside of Weber 123. Meetings also listed on website: www.ksu.edu/equine/ 16 MILLING SCIENCE CLUB Officers: President - Kelsey McGie Vice President - Megan Holton Treasurer - Regan Doyle Secretary - Drew Thompson Flour Sales Chairpersons - Casey Mushrush, Josh Groene, Drew Pettijohn Social Chairpersons - James Mueting, Eric Knott Ag Council Representative - mailto:email@example.comKyle Jacob Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jeff Gwirtz, 102 Shellenberger Hall (532-2817) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: 1. Promote fellowship among students 2. Acquaint students with career opportunities in the industry Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Bi-monthly meetings and seminars 2. Field trips 3. Fall and spring picnics 4. Participation in College of Agriculture Open House and Ag Connections Expo Meeting dates, time, and place: Meetings will be held the first Thursday of the month in 311 Shellenberger Hall from 6-7 p.m. Notice of meetings will be given in the Collegian and on notice board in front of Shellenberger. MINORITIES IN AGRICULTURE, NATURAL RESOURCES AND RELATED SCIENCES (MANRRS) Officers: President - Mychal Davis Vice President - James Millsap Secretary - Anikka Ahmed Historian - Kristen Walker Treasurer - TBA Ag Council Representative - Oliver Freeman Multicultural Student Organization Representative - Ciara Slater Faculty Advisors: Dr. Zelia Wiley, 139 Waters Hall (532-5793) (email@example.com) Dr. Christopher Reinhardt, 125 Call Hall (532-1672) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: 6. To promote academic advancement and leadership development of ethnic/cultural groups underrepresented in agriculture, natural resources and related sciences 7. To encourage unity and embrace diversity among all cultural/ethnic groups in agriculture, natural 8. To create a network for professional and career development which provides occupational
opportunities and resources for all our members resources and related sciences 9. To help attract and retain diverse students and faculty Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. 2.
Sponsor programs and speakers Assist with recruitment 17 Educate about diversity Meeting dates, time, and place: Second and fourth Thursday evenings at 7 p.m. in 137 Waters Hall NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL MARKETING ASSOCIATION (NAMA) Officers: President - Morgan Gauby Vice President of Membership Development - Kelsey Dertzbaugh Vice President of Finance - Kerri Bates Vice President of Communications - Nellie Hill Vice President of Team Operations - Kate Bormann Faculty Advisor: Arlo Biere, 314 Waters Hall (532-4433) (email@example.com) Web page: www.ksu.edu/nama Purposes: Foster an interest in agricultural marketing, sales, journalism, advertising, or public relations with an emphasis on agriculture 2. Promote interaction with professionals in the integrated marketing communications field 3. Enhance publication skills in a business like setting Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Provide programs that encourage personal contacts with professional NAMA members and other agribusiness professionals a. Attend meetings of the MOKAN professional NAMA chapter in Kansas City b. Sponsor mentor program with MOKAN NAMA members c. Attend Careers Day, hosted by Kansas City area agribusiness firms d. Take part in national professional NAMA conventions; upcoming locations are Dallas, Atlanta, Kansas City and Denver 2. Participate in National Agri-Marketing Team competition 3. Publish annual Cattlemen’s Day program brochure Meeting dates, time, and place: Meetings are generally held every other Monday PARK AND RECREATION MANAGEMENT CLUB Officers: President/Ag Council Representative - Vickie Brown Faculty Advisor: Dr. Tom Warner, 2021Throckmorton Hall (532-6923) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: Meeting dates, time, and place: PI ALPHA XI (Honorary - Horticulture) Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kim Williams, 2744 Throckmorton Hall (532-1434) (email@example.com) Purposes: 1. Promote high scholarship in horticulture 2. Foster good fellowship among students, educators, and professional horticulturists 3. Increase the efficiency of the ornamental horticulture profession 18 3. 4. 5. Attend annual national convention Attend regional MANRRS workshops 6. Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Initiation dinner Meeting dates, time, and place: Membership is notified of events by letter. POULTRY SCIENCE CLUB Officers: President - Chris Rude Secretary/Treasurer - Rusty Rierson Faculty Advisor: Dr. Scott Beyer, 130 Call Hall (532-1201) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: To tour facilities of poultry producers, to network with industry, to participate in career placement events Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Annual tours, scholarship fundraisers, annual trip to International Poultry Exposition in Atlanta, GA; Kansas Meeting dates, time, and place: Each year, the participants meet and choose a meeting time and place 1. 19 PRE-VET CLUB Officers: President - Rebecca Wical Vice President - Nathan O’Brate Treasurer - Kristen Griesemer Secretary - Lindsay Beardall Ag Council Representative - Maura Cornell Arts and Sciences Representative - Anamarie Weber Special Events Chairperson - Randi King Social Events Chairperson - Julia Milligan Communications Chairperson - Alyssa Goehri Historian - Melissa Jolly Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jennifer Minick Bormann, 131 Weber Hall (532-1222) (email@example.com) Purposes: 1. Provide an opportunity for pre-veterinary students to become involved professionally and socially with each other 2. Update members on admission to and policies and concerns of the College of Veterinary Medicine 3. Provide insight into careers in Veterinary Medicine Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Each meeting has an educational program presented by faculty, veterinarians and individuals that provides insight to animal topics and veterinary medicine. 2. Community service projects include such events as pet care clinics, zoo functions, highway cleanup, open house, earth day, etc. 3. Social activities include various zoo field trips, field trips to industries and businesses associated with Veterinary Medicine, bowling co-rec sports and a trip to the National Pre-Veterinary Medicine Symposium. 4. Fund raising activities include shirt sales, football concessions and other planned activities. Meeting dates, time, and place: Meetings are held on the first and third Thursdays of each month during spring and fall semesters at 7:30 p.m. in 301 Trotter Hall unless announced otherwise KSU RODEO CLUB Officers: President - Julia Kaufman Vice President - Erin Walker Secretary - Becky Anderson Treasurer - Robert Munson Ag Council Representative/Sports Club Representative - Vincent Ouellette Activities and Publicity Chairperson - Sarah Robinson Auction Chairperson - Ashley Vann Rodeo Chairperson - J.D. Holland Queen Contest Chairperson - Meagan Wright Social Chairperson - Sara Parsons Faculty Advisor: Russell Gottlob, 218 Weber Hall (539-6621) (firstname.lastname@example.org ) Purposes: 1. Promote and educate the history, heritage and tradition of rodeo to students and the general public 2. Provide opportunities for students to become actively involved in rodeo 3. Provide practice and coaching to student - athletes desiring to improve their skills in rodeo events 4. Encourage improvement of scholarship and develop competent leadership among student members 5. Provide service to the sport of rodeo and the community 20 Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Responsible for the promotion, marketing, organization and operation of the KSU Intercollegiate Rodeo in the spring 2. Sponsor a "Special Rodeo" for the mentally and physically handicapped 3. Annually send representatives to local grade schools during Rodeo Week to promote and answer questions about Rodeo and the cowboy way of life 4. Sponsor an annual KSU Rodeo Team Awards Banquet Meeting dates, time, and place: Second and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 7 p.m. in 111 Weber Hall SIGMA ALPHA - (Professional Ag Sorority) Officers: President - Jenell Cox 1st Vice President - Danielle Woehrman 2nd Vice President - Robin Kleine Secretary - Megan Brown Treasurer - Kelly McKinney Recruitment Chairperson - Emily Surdez Scholarship Chairperson - Jill Patry Philanthropy Chairperson - Paige Thompson Fundraising Chairperson - Danielle Hill Professional Chairperson - Tera Rooney Social Chairperson - Sara Morrison Historian - Rachel Irwin Queen Contest Chairperson - Meagan Wright Ag Council Representative - Ashley Quakenbush Faculty Advisor: Emily Lehning, 122 Anderson Hall, (532-6237) (email@example.com) Purposes: The objective of our sorority is to promote our members in all facets of agriculture and to strengthen the bonds of friendship among us. It is the purpose of the members to strive for achievement in scholarship, leadership, and service, and to further the development of excellence in women pursuing careers in agriculture. Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 6. 21 I. Professional workshops with speakers, resume critiques, and interviews. II. Philanthropy activities with Ag in the Classroom, Adopt a Highway, Flinthills Breadbasket, and
others. III. Social activities with other campus organizations such as bowling or date parties. IV. Fundraising activities at the rodeo, silent auctions, and other activities.
Meeting dates, time, and place: Every Wednesday at 6 p.m. in Big 12 Room of K-State Union WHEAT STATE AGRONOMY CLUB Officers: President - Josh Patterson Vice President - Kelly Yunghans Secretary - Bobbie Barthol Treasurer - Bryson Haverkamp Reporter/Historian - Kerri Neugebauer Membership Development - Allie Marks Ag Council Representative - Lauren Lang Financial Advisor - Jenae Skelton Football Parking Chairperson - Nate Keep Football Parking Committee - Eric Preston, Jake Wyrill, Justin Bertrand, Brandon Larsen Co-Parliamentarians - Erica Waechter, Nicole Rezac Faculty Advisors: Dr. Bill Schapaugh, 3008 Throckmorton (532-7242) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Dr. Kevin Donnelly, 3107 Throckmorton Hall (532-5402) (email@example.com) Dana Minihan, 1022 Throckmorton Hall (532-7258) (firstname.lastname@example.org) Purposes: 1. Encourage friendship and fellowship among students and faculty of the Agronomy Department at Kansas State University 2. Provide an opportunity for students and faculty interested in crops, soils, range management, and soil and water conservation to work together to further the interests of the Department, the University, and agriculture 3. Increase and extend knowledge concerning crops, soil, and range resources and conditions affecting them Activities, Projects, Programs, etc.: 1. Faculty-Student social events 2. Agronomy clothing and cap sales 3. Park cars at KSU home football games for a fund raising activity 4. Speakers regarding career opportunities, international agronomy, and other topics of interest 5. Affiliation with the Student Activities Subdivision/American Society of Agronomy for Regional and National Activities 6. Spring tour to visit agronomic businesses 7. Help local charities including Habitat for Humanity and Flint Hills Breadbasket 8. Participation in Ag Open House, Teleconference, and other KSU sponsored events Meeting dates, time, and place: 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month at 7:00 pm in 2002 Throckmorton Hall ...
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