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K-State’s College of Agriculture selects new class of ambassadors for 2023
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MANHATTAN — The Kansas State University College of Agriculture has selected 39 students to serve as ambassadors.

The following area students are new members of College of Agriculture Ambassador: Halle Barker, junior in wildlife and outdoor enterprise management, Larned; and Preston Dunn, sophomore in animal sciences and industry and agricultural economics, St. John.

The College of Agriculture Ambassadors are student leaders devoted to sharing their experiences and supporting prospective K-State students who may be interested in academic programs within the college. Whether creating meaningful connections with prospective students and their families, providing campus tours or building relationships with faculty and current students, it is the responsibility of an Ag Ambassador to share resources and make others feel welcome in the college.

Students who have a strong academic record, possess significant leadership skills and have a major in the College of Agriculture are eligible for membership. After being selected to be a part of the organization, ambassadors are trained through the Agriculture Leadership Program and other developments to enable professional and personal growth.