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College of Architecture, Planning and Design

Student Internship Exhibit

Monday, Oct. 26, 2015

On display: Exhibit features work by APDesign students from their internships.

MANHATTAN - The work of College of Architecture, Planning & Design students at Kansas State University who participated in internships during the 2014-2015 school year is now on display in the Chang Gallery in Seaton Hall's east wing.

The exhibit, which runs through Nov. 8th, is free and open to the public. The gallery is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

All curriculum areas of the college, also known as APDesign, are represented in the exhibit: architecture, interior architecture & product design, landscape architecture, and regional & community planning.

Architecture students intern from January – August. IAPD and LA|RCP students typically intern during the spring and summer semesters. Internships are with professional firms and governmental agencies around the world. Internships are encouraged in the college as a way of getting students to experience new places and let them use what they have learned academically in a professional setting.

Students taking part in the exhibit, their major, hometown and internship include:

From Manhattan: Joshua Broadway, architecture, at Ennead Architects in New York, NY; Tyler Friesen, architecture, at Helix in Kansas City, MO; Brooke Thompson, architecture, at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson in Seattle, WA;

From Kansas: Cody Anderson, architecture, Auburn, at NSPJ Architects in Prairie Village, KS; Tamra Collins, architecture, Waverly, at Overland Partners in San Antonio, TX; Jordan Eggers, architecture, Louisburg, at Mancini Duffy in New York, NY; Everett Haynes, regional community planning, Maize, at City of Manhattan in Manhattan, KS; James Kendall, architecture, Topeka, at Works Partnership Architecture in Portland, OR; Alex Kuchinskas, architecture, Wichita, at HOK in Tampa, FL; Matthew Mastroly, interior architecture, Wichita, at Gensler in Dallas, TX; Hyeonhee Oh, architecture, Wichita, at HDR Architects in San Francisco, CA; Jazmin Perez, architecture, Lawrence, at Urban Prairie Collaborative in Kansas City, MO; Katherine Smith, architecture, Lawrence, at Lauck Group in Dallas, TX; Christopher Garcia, interior architecture, Salina, at HOK in Kansas City, MO; Amanda Kline, landscape architecture, Wichita, at WDDC in Wichita, KS; Alexandra Marschman, interior architecture, Lenexa, at The Clark Ensersen Partners in Kansas City, MO; Emma Montgomery, interior architecture, Sabetha, at Populous in Kansas City, MO;

From Greater Kansas City: John Bagarozy, architecture, Overland Park, at Lehman Smith McLeish in Washington, D.C.; Torrence Campbell, architecture, Olathe, at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson in Seattle, WA; Luke Custer, architecture, Olathe, at Bergmeyer Associates, Inc. in Boston, MA; Christine Donley, interior architecture, Kansas City, at Kevin Cowan Architects in Overland Park, KS; William Dubois, architecture, Overland Park, at Davidson Architecture in Overland Park, KS; Melissa Gaddis, architecture, Olathe, at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson in Wilkes-Barre, PA; Jessica Griesemer, interior architecture,

Lenexa, at GLMV in Wichita, KS; Frederik Heuser, architecture, Kansas City, at Beat Kampfen in Zurich Switzerland; Brent Higgins, architecture, Basehor, at HTK Architects in Overland Park, KS; Phil Macaluso, architecture, Kansas City, at Lawrence Group in St Louis, MO; Nathaniel Mattenlee, architecture, Kansas City, at HTK Architects in Overland Park, KS; Amanda Sloup, interior architecture, McPherson, at Cessna in Wichita, KS; Kelsey Castinado, interior architecture, Overland Park, at Hollis & Miller in Kansas City, MO; Emma Cole, interior architecture, Overland Park, at Corgan in Dallas, TX; Robyn Tank, interior architecture, Kansas City, at Hollis & Miller in Kansas City, MO;

From Missouri: Matthew Baumann, architecture, Platte City, at Lauck Group in Dallas, TX;