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My degree: I graduated with bachelor's degrees in animal science and agricultural education. I also have a master's in secondary education.
My hometown: Council Grove, KS
College activities: Ag Reps/Ambassadors, Block and Bridle, Ag Ed Club, Livestock Judging Team
I love K-State sports. But in my free time I enjoy golfing, traveling, and I judge livestock shows all over the country.
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"My fondest memory of K-State is the personal atmosphere of the campus and its people. Being able to walk into my professor's or advisor's office at any time made all the difference in my success during my time here."
The faculty and staff at K-State made me want to come to school here. I knew that from the day I got to meet my advisor, Miles McKee.
The personal touch and investment that you receive from everyone at the university is so special to K-State.
I like to take out-of-town guests to Colbert Hills, Manhattan's award-winning golf course.
I'll never forget the friends that I made while at K-State.
Words of wisdom
Do your best to stay ahead of the game. It's easier to do it from the beginning than to try and catch up later.
Obtaining a degree in higher education allows you to make yourself a better person through the experiences you go through. The combination of research opportunities, industry connections, internship possibilities and activities will greatly enhance your experience at K-State.
Take a chance
My best tip for getting involved while at K-State is to not be afraid of trying new things. There are so many organizations at K-State. Until you look, you won't know which ones fit your personality.
Write a good first draft
Maintain consistent study habits. Don't cram at the end — it'll only cause you stress.
The roommate debate
Lay down rules and regulations of the house in the beginning. Talk out any problems that arise and do not avoid them — it will only make problems worse.
I could watch a marathon of "Two and a Half Men."