OSU students and organizations honored at annual recognition banquet

College faculty and staff surprised the crowd with a flashmob dance to "Hang on Sloopy".

The 59th Annual College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Recognition Program highlighted many outstanding faculty, students and student organizations. The banquet was dedicated to Dean Bobby Moser and his wife, Pat. The event was organized by Suzie McMullen, junior in agricultural and extension education and Lindy Smith, senior in animal sciences. Visit the photo gallery for more images from the evening. (Photos by Lyndsey Murphy).

Towers Faculty Award: Dr. Jill Pfister

Outstanding First Year Students: Blake Spitznagel, an agricultural communications major from Cincinnati & Joey Brown, animal sciences major from Edon

Medard Ruehle Scholarship: Beverly Lennartz, junior in agribusiness and applied economics from Fort Recovery

Outstanding Service to Students: Dr. Jill Pfister & Dr. Bobby Moser

The Scarlet and Gray Ag Day Committee was named the Ed Johnson Outstanding Student Organization.

New Activity Award: Alpha Zeta Partners, Run for their Lives 5K

Ray A. Miller CFAES Student Council Scholarship: Derek McCracken, junior in agricultural education from Anna and Linsey Howell, junior in agribusiness and applied economics from Danville

Top 10 Seniors:

Dustin Homan, agricultural & extension education, Anna

Krystin Bachman, animal sciences, Lancaster

Hannah Crossen, agricultural & extension education, Jeromesville

Drew Enigk, animal sciences, Cincinnati

Laura Gordon, animal sciences and ag systems management, Shreve

Elizabeth Heitkamp-Coons, agricultural communications, Versailles

The Top 10 Seniors from the CFAES Class of 2012.

Kate Stevens, animal sciences, Columbus

Alison Park, animal sciences, Burgoon

Emily Stayduhar, animal sciences, Canonsburg, PA

Abigail Snyder, food science, chemistry & English, Kingston

 

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