Christina Lauber, Eudora, was one of 42 students selected as 2006-2007 ambassadors for the College of Business Administration at Kansas State University.
Ambassadors are selected each year to promote the recruitment and retention of students and to enhance student and faculty relationships. Ambassadors are also responsible for the college's annual telefund drive, assisting with college-wide recruitment activities and serving as facilitators in the freshman business orientation course. The program is intended for students to further develop their leadership, communication and organizational skills.
To be selected as an ambassador, students must be enrolled full time in the College of Business Administration, have a minimum 3.0 grade point average and have completed two semesters at K-State.
Lauber is a junior. She is majoring in marketing.
Cameo Breithaupt, Wellsville, graduated cum laude from Fort Scott Community College May 19 with an associate of science degree in agricultural business. She plans to attend Kansas State University in the fall.
She is the daughter of Reta and Delbert Breithaupt Jr., Wellsville, and granddaughter of Lois and Delbert Breithaupt Sr., Eudora, and Judy and Hank Hade, Gardner.
Abby Ross, Linwood, received a bachelor of science in education degree during commencement exercises May 20 at Pittsburg State University.
Jamie Rehmer, Eudora, was named to the Dean's List for outstanding academic achievement during the spring 2006 semester at MidAmerica Nazarene University in Olathe.
Rehmer qualified for inclusion on the Dean's List by earning a grade point average between 3.99 and 3.5 and while taking 12 or more credit hours for the semester.