FHSU students help small community in Costa Rica

05/16/14 cu

HAYS, Kan. -- Eleven students and one faculty member from Fort Hays State University will travel to Shiroles, Costa Rica, to help rebuild a village.

From May 23 to May 30, thanks to the Center for Civic Leadership and the Global Leadership project, the students will learn about culture and service in Shiroles, in the southern region of Costa Rica. Faculty advisor Dr. Katherine Kelley, assistant professor of communication studies, will accompany the students.

The students are listed by hometown with classification and major.

ABILENE (67410): Jessie Havice, a senior majoring in speech-language pathology.

BELOIT (67420): Brenna Johnson, a senior majoring in organizational leadership.

ELLSWORTH (67439): Anna Hand, a sophomore majoring in political science.

GARDEN CITY (67846): Daisy Saavedra, a sophomore majoring in tourism and hospitality.

GLADE (67639): Kaci Ferguson, a junior majoring in English.

GREENSBURG (67054): Brandon Taylor, a junior majoring in management.

GOODLAND (67735): Carly McCracken, a sophomore majoring in wildlife biology.

EAST MILLINOCKET, Maine (04430): Chris Ouellette, a graduate student majoring in health and human performance.

MOSCOW (67952): Rachal Cotherman, a senior majoring in organizational leadership.

ONAGA (66521): Korby Boswell, a senior majoring in organizational leadership.

VICTORIA (67671): Aubree Broyles, a sophomore majoring in graphic design.

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