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Extension names summer interns


K-State Research and Extension has named 11 students as 2010 summer interns. The interns will assist Extension agents and staff in planning and implementing educational programs for residents in Kansas counties and districts.

The interns, in alphabetical order by last name, followed by major, school, hometown and (in parentheses) district or county in which they are working, are: Teauania Charles, family studies and human services, K-State; Wichita, Kan. (Sedgwick County); Jenell Cox, agricultural economics, K-State; Chanute, Kan. (Johnson County); Lauren Davis, animal sciences and industry, K-State (2009 graduate); Manhattan, Kan. (Central Kansas District); Bridget Doyle, animal sciences and industry, K-State; Hawthorn Woods, Ill. (Kearny County); Lindsey Friesen, journalism and mass communications, K-State (2008 graduate); Newton, Kan. (Central Kansas District); Hallie Frobose, animal science and pre-veterinary medicine, Butler Community College; Pemberville, Ohio (Linn County); Kristin Gleason, family and consumer sciences education, K-State; St. John, Kan. (Barton County); Lynn Leuthold, agricultural education, K-State; Manhattan, Kan. (Scott County); Hannah Morray, mathematics, K-State; Gridley, Kan. (Shawnee County); Rebecca Strong, human ecology, K-State; Fort Riley (Northeast Area Extension office); and Callie Williams, agricultural communications and journalism, K-State; Olsburg, Kan. (Douglas County).

K-State Research and Extension, based at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kan., conducts research and offers programs, publications and newsletters focused on improving the quality of life for Kansans and others using science-based information. It has offices in all 105 Kansas counties.

More information about K-State Research and Extension is available at any of its county or district offices and on its website: www.ksre.ksu.edu. Links to the individual county and district sites are available on that site.

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