Oct 24, 2020

🎥 Hays student earns prize in K-State video competition

Posted Oct 24, 2020 10:30 AM

K-State News

MANHATTAN — Two Kansas State University students are winners in a video competition offered at the College of Business Administration's Inclusion Summit on Oct. 21.

The summit, conducted virtually, was sponsored by the college, Union Pacific Railroad and the K-State Student Governing Association. K-State students and organizations were invited to submit a 60-second video on what inclusion means to them.

Earning first place and the $1,000 top prize was Richard Gutierrez, a senior in educational studies, Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Ross Henderson, senior in human resource management and management information systems, Hays, won third place and a $575 prize.

Second place, worth $800, was won by the Staley School of Leadership Studies Ambassadors.

Winning videos can be viewed at cba.k-state.edu/about/inclusion-summit.html

Ross Henderson's submission for the Inclusion Summit 2020 video competition.