More than 9,500 academic scholarships have been awarded to Kansas State University students for the 2011-12 school year.
Here is the list of Marion County students who have received scholarships worth more than $1,000.
Emily Renee Harris, Memorial Scholarship; Joshua Klarmann, Memorial Scholarship and Tomorrow’s Teacher Scholarship; Michaela Lee Methvin, Activity Scholarship; Kendall Wade Wiebe, Transfer Academic Scholarship.
Danielle Elizabeth Cope, Gladwin A. Read Memorial Fund; Jaclyn Elizabeth Deforest, George and Mary Gephart Scholarship; Alexandria Nicole Rupp, George and Mary Gephart Scholarship.
Ripley Kaleane Howard, Activity Scholarship; Tyler Klenda, Edward Arthur Harris and Lydia Caherine McNeal Harris Scholarship.
Erica S. Geis, Paul and Deana Strunk Scholarship in Geology and Ada Swineford Scholarship in Geology; Patrick John Hodson, Fairchild Scholarship, Memorial Scholarship and Patrick John Hodson, H.G. and Carol M. Manglesdorf Scholarship; Tonya Hodson, The Marian W. “Dolly” Hardman Endowment; Louis John Scott Holt, Transfer Academic Scholarship; Michael E. Kirkpatrick, Activity Scholarship; Landon Kriss Leiker, Foundation Scholarship, K-State Civic Leadership Scholarship, Nancy Landon Kassebaum Scholarship, and Tomorrow’s Teacher Scholarship; Drew Jacob Maddox, Business Adminstration Telefund Fund; Randal Ernest Regnier, R. Ray and Marina E. Carothers Scholarships; Derek Michael Stuchlik, R. Ray and Marian E. Carothers Scholarship and Henry J. Putnan Memorial Scholarship; Eric William Vogel, Business Administration Telefund Fund.
Cole Joseph Svoboda, Jim Buchanan Scholarship and R. Ray and Marian E. Carothers Scholarships.
Katie Lyn Remy, Activity Scholarship.