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Olathe campus faculty and student receive college awards

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

 

 

OLATHE – A faculty member and graduate student at Kansas State University's Olathe campus are being recognized for their accomplishments.

Paige Adams, Ph.D., research assistant professor of veterinary medicine, received the Outstanding Professional Science Master's Faculty Award from the School of Applied and Interdisciplinary Studies.

Morgan Martin Miller, a fall 2019 graduate of the Professional Science Master in Applied Science and Technology program, received the Outstanding Professional Science Master's Student Award from the School of Applied and Interdisciplinary Studies.

Each year, colleges and schools give awards to faculty and graduate students who have demonstrated high levels of academic accomplishments and contributions to education. Recipients are nominated for the recognition.

The awards are part of the university's Graduate Student Appreciation Month. Recipients are recognized at an annual reception.

Adams was nominated for the award by students.

Martin Miller was nominated by faculty members who teach courses in the School of Applied and Interdisciplinary Studies. 

Written by

Greg Tammen
913-307-7311
gtammen@k-state.edu

At a glance

The School of Applied and Interdisciplinary Studies honored Paige Adams with the Outstanding Professional Science Master's Faculty Award and Morgan Martin Miller, a fall 2019 graduate, with the Outstanding Professional Science Master's Student Award.