At the annual ACEL Recognition Banquet on April 11, 2016, scholarships were awarded to graduate and undergraduate students. We would like to thank the many donors who make these scholarships possible. The students appreciate your investment in their education.
Congratulations to this scholarship recipients:
The Birkenholz Leadership Award Fund
Income provides a scholarship to an undergraduate student of senior standing majoring in agricultural education with first preference given to a student in the leadership option and second preference given to a student in the teaching option.
Recipient: Kristen Ramey
Pat R. and Melena S. Whittington Undergraduate Teacher Education Scholarship Fund
Income provides support for at least one scholarship for an undergraduate student majoring in the Teacher Education preparation option in Agricultural and Extension Education in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.
Recipient: Emily Burns
Ohio Agribusiness Association Ag Communication Scholarship
Supports sophomore, junior, or senior students in agricultural communication.
Recipient: Courtney Fulton
The Sue and Walt Bailey Endowed Scholarship
Supports at least two scholarships of equal amounts to be awarded annually to an undergraduate student majoring in Food Science and Nutrition and to an undergraduate student majoring in Agricultural Education. Preference shall be given to students from Ross County, Ohio, then those from Ohio, then Arizona, then California. Preference shall be given to students who do not receive federal student aid grants. Qualified applicants will have demonstrated academic achievement and involvement in student organizations.
Recipients: Justin Bower and Wyatt Jones
Albert B. Davis Agricultural Scholarship Fund
Income provides scholarships for needy undergraduates in agricultural education in the college with preference to residents of Noble, Guernsey, Tuscarawas, Muskingum, Fairfield, Pickaway, and Washington counties in Ohio.
Recipient: Blake Campbell
Stephen Brock Memorial Scholarship
Income provides scholarships for juniors or seniors majoring in agribusiness and applied economics or agricultural education.
Recipient: Kelse Brown
E. Ivor Jones Endowed Scholarship Fund
Income provides support for an undergraduate or graduate student with a 3.00 GPA or better enrolled in Human and Community Resource Development engaged in the study and/or research of agricultural education.
Recipient: Samantha Wander
Ruth and S. N. McIntosh Memorial Scholarship
Income provides scholarships for undergraduates in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences who are from Ohio or West Virginia. Preference for recipients are those students enrolled in the Department of Human and Community Resource Development with an emphasis on extension education.
Recipients: Sarah Bookman, Audrey Hoey, Kaylynn Knauff, Sarah Longo, Kayla Thompson
James J. Kreglow Agricultural Education Scholarship Fund
Income provides undergraduate scholarships with preference to agricultural education majors.
Recipient: Cody McClain
Clyde and Crystal Beougher Endowed Scholarship in Agricultural Education
Income provides scholarships for worthy undergraduates in the college with a preference to agricultural education majors with outstanding academic achievement and/or leadership in extracurricular activities.
Recipient: Sara Dungan
Jo and Warren Weiler Scholarship Fund in Agricultural Education
Income provides scholarships and leadership awards for worthy and needy undergraduate agricultural education majors in the college based on leadership and service in agriculture with emphasis on the Agricultural Education Society and with the intention to teach agricultural education in the high school. Junior or senior rank is required when the scholarship is received along with high scholastic achievement.
Recipients: Christine Balint and Carley Snider
The Carl E. Pickering Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund in Human and Community Resource Development
Supports a scholarship for an entering freshman student enrolled in agricultural education who demonstrates both academic achievement and financial need.
Recipient: Cole Riddle
Roger W. LeValley, D.D.S. Agricultural Education Endowment Fund
Income provides a scholarship to a student majoring in agricultural education, specifically in the teaching option who is a sophomore, junior, or senior.
Recipient: Tricia Schoen
Alice Lucile Russel Scholarship Fund
Income provides undergraduate scholarships in agricultural education and Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering, with preference to students from Belmont or Champaign counties.
Recipient: Summer McLain, Carley Snider, Kayla Walls
Agricultural Education Scholarship Fund
Income provides scholarships for juniors and seniors in Agricultural Education.
Recipients: Shelby Balint, Emily Bauman, Katelyn Deaton, Kristen Eisenhauer, DJ Gase, Haley Kocher, Sarah Landis, Rachel McClellan, Abigale Motter, Frances Nicol and Ellyse Shafer
Ohio Agribusiness Association Agricultural Communication Scholarship
Supports sophomore, junior, or senior students in agricultural communication.
Recipients: Mariah Carey, Sarah Johnson
John Hancock Klippart Memorial Fund for Agriculture
Income supports students in agricultural communication.
Recipients: Daniel Grayless, Ryan Vonderhaar, Bailee Mazzaro, Katherine Shoup
Earl and Wilma McMunn Agricultural Communication Scholarship
Income provides scholarship support for students studying agricultural communication in the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership.
Recipients: Mary Siekman, Brianna Gwirtz, Megan Besancon, Mindi Brookhart, Katerina Sharp, Sydney Snider, Leah Schwinn, Mandy Taylor, Elizabeth Overholt, Mary Jenkins, Michaela Price, Mallorie Wippel, Elizabeth Bortmuth, Lindsey Hudgell, Kalyn Swihart
Leo L. Rummell Endowed Scholarship Fund
Income provides a scholarship for a student in the college who has a major in agricultural communication and has completed an internship in agricultural communication.
Recipients: Lauren Corry and Jarred Shellhouse
Bill Zipf 4-H Memorial Scholarship
Income provides an undergraduate scholarship for a sophomore, junior, or senior majoring in agricultural communication in the college. Recipients must be members or former members of 4-H
Recipients: Tristen Spahr, Caroline Battin, Kaylee Reed
Agricultural Education Program Excellence Fund
Scholarship funds are available for graduate students in the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership. These funds may be used for professional and research related travel, costs associated with data collection and analysis, or other graduate program related expenses.
Recipients: Fally Masambuka, Carla Jagger
George R. Gist Graduate Scholarship Fund in Extension Education
Scholarship funds are available to support graduate research and extension education. These funds may be used for tuition, professional and research related travel, costs associated with data collection and analysis, or other graduate program expenses relating to extension education.
Recipients: Karen Argabright, Kelly Henderson, Fally Masambuka
J. Robert and Catharine P. Warmbrod Graduate and Research Fund
Scholarship funds are used to enhance the quality of graduate education and research in the department. These funds may be used to support graduate student and faculty research; visiting lecturers, consultants or professors; registration or tuition fees for graduate students or faculty attendance at symposium, workshops, or conferences pertaining to their graduate studies.
Recipients: Kaitlyn Murray, Carla Jagger
Dr. Anthony S. Fauci was selected as the Spring Commencement Speaker for the class of 2016.
Dr. Fauci is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), and is a physician and scientist who has worked to understand and develop treatments and preventions for infectious diseases ranging from AIDS to Zika.
For more information, please visit this website.
Tuesday, April 5th is Thank-a-Donor Day!
We will be celebrating by writing thank you notes to our loyal donors! This is a simple way to show our supporters our appreciation. Lunch will be provided, so please join us for as long as you can!
What: Writing short thank you notes to our college’s loyal donors
Where: Columbus Campus – Ag Admin Building Room 105
Wooster Campus – ATI Housing Community Room
When: April 5th from 11:30 – 1:00 pm
Who: Open to all CFAES – Faculty, Staff and Students
How: Supplies and scripts will be provided. Simply show up and write!
Please RSVP to Emily at email@example.com, to make sure we have plenty of food and beverages.
Teach Ag Ambassador Applications DUE THURSDAY!
Each year, the National Teach Ag Campaign selects an elite group of agricultural education majors to represent the profession and encourage others to teach agriculture. The application for the 2016-17 ambassador program is now available. Click here to apply.
The National Teach Ag Campaign is seeking the nation’s most outstanding agricultural education majors to represent the profession as National Teach Ag Ambassadors at the 2016 National FFA Convention career show, October 19 to 22 in Indianapolis, IN and throughout the year at the state level.
Ambassadors will be responsible for the logistical operations of the Teach Ag booth during FFA Convention; including booth set up and teardown, staffing the interactive activities, general booth maintenance and other Teach Ag related activities that occur during the week of National FFA Convention. After National FFA Convention, ambassadors will be responsible for hosting Teach Ag workshops throughout their states to promote the mission and goals of the National Teach Ag Campaign. In addition, ambassadors will also be required to communicate via social media and html emails about the National Teach Ag Campaign and their term as ambassadors to individuals interested in pursuing a career in teaching agriculture.
Selection for ambassadorship is a competitive process, and being selected means we believe you are one of the nation’s best and brightest future agriculture teachers. Final selections may also include a phone interview.
Ambassadors are responsible for arranging their own travel to and from the National FFA Convention. The National Teach Ag Campaign will reimburse up to $250 of your travel expenses. The National Teach Ag Campaign will provide accommodations and reimbursement for meals during your time in Indianapolis. Meal reimbursement is capped at $45/day.
Ambassadors are required to be in Indianapolis on Sunday, October 16 (time to be decided at a later date) for orientation and training. Ambassadors must also be available the rest of the week for booth set up, booth coverage and must stay through booth teardown and loading on Friday, October 21. There may be additional engagement opportunities during the week as well. Selected ambassadors must attend a mandatory orientation webinar in late summer (an exact time and date will be arranged with the selected ambassadors), along with an introductory training webinar prior to National FFA Convention. Anyone who does not attend these webinars or who cannot stay for the duration of the FFA convention cannot participate in the ambassador program.