Rowing's Erhart Named Helene Marcoux Award Recipient
MANHATTAN, Kan. Kansas State’s Erin Erhart was recently named the recipient of the Helene Marcoux Award and a fourth-place winner of the KSU English Department’s Clark M. Brink Memorial Essay Award Contest.
A Wichita native, Erhart is a member of the Kansas State women’s rowing team and a starboard in the team’s Second Varsity Eight boat. She is currently a sophomore majoring in English and philosophy at K-State.
“We truly enjoy having Erin on our team,” Assistant Coach Paula Donald said. “She is a highly intelligent and creative person. It is always great to see our student-athletes being involved and excelling in multiple areas on campus.”
The Helene Marcoux Award is given to an Honesty and Integrity Peer Educator (HIPE) member who has been outstanding in their contributions to both the HIPE organization and the University’s Honor System process. Members of HIPE educate the campus community along with serving as student advisors to K-State students involved in the Honor System process.
The Clark M. Brink Memorial Essay Awards are two awards given for student essays exhibiting “the highest degree of originality of composition and excellence in handling a topic treating or exemplifying the values of humanistic studies.” Competition for the awards is open to all undergraduate students at K-State.