Physics undergraduate one of 6 students selected to promote undergraduate research at Kansas State University
MANHATTAN — The Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry at Kansas State University has selected six undergraduate students to serve as the office's research ambassadors for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Ben Archibeque, junior in physics and psychology, Wichita, was selected as a returning ambassador.
The 2016-2017 ambassadors include two new members and three other returning members in addition to Ben.
Navante Peacock, senior in psychology and anthropology, Haysville, returning ambassador; Luke Kicklighter, senior in microbiology and pre-medicine, Hutchinson, returning ambassador; Kristen McGatlin, junior in psychology, Linn, new ambassador; Chloe Creager, junior in animal sciences and industry, Olpe, new ambassador; Sydney Edmisten, senior in psychology and pre-medicine, Prairie Village, returning ambassador.
The Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry ambassadors — an experienced group of undergraduate students who represent various colleges and diverse research interests — present to classes, student groups and other organizations. Throughout their presentations, ambassadors explain the benefits of undergraduate research and creative inquiry, discuss their personal experiences and outline the steps to get involved at Kansas State University.
To request an ambassador presentation, submit a request form to the Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry. The request should include the class title or group name with a time and date for the presentation.
For more information regarding student ambassadors or the Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry, including steps to get involved with undergraduate research at K-State, visit k-state.edu/undergradresearch/or contact a representative at email@example.com.