By TYLER ELLYSON, UNK Communications
KEARNEY – Logan Krejdl received a congratulatory text message from Chancellor Doug Kristensen on the day he accepted his new position at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.
Other administrators, professors and staff called, texted, or stopped to welcome him to campus when they heard the news.
These personal relationships are a big reason why he decided to return to his alma mater.
âPeople are different here. It’s obvious when you walk into campus, âKrejdl said. âI wanted to be part of this group.
Through his position with Academic Advising and Career Development, the 24-year-old hopes to develop similar relationships with current and future students while providing the same level of support and guidance he received in as an undergraduate student.
“His passion for UNK and his sincere desire to help students have a positive experience makes him a great fit for our office,” said John Gibbs, associate director of academic counseling and career development. “Logan brings immense enthusiasm to the office and he has an understanding of many areas of campus life including athletics, academics, fraternity and sisterhood life, and student involvement.”
Simply put, Krejdl is a role model for students who want to fully enjoy the UNK experience. Former Resident Assistant, Reunion King and Student Body President has been active in many campus organizations and activities including Honor Program, Student Government, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Men’s Project, Ambassadors Chancellor, FIRST leaders and the College of Business and Technology Student Advisory Council. . He was also Chief Loper and Chief New Student Registration.