This past Sunday, Ohio State held it’s 426th Commencement Ceremony (and third virtual ceremony).
Our department had eight undergraduate students and six graduate students complete their undergraduate or graduate degrees at the end of Autumn Semester 2020.
Undergraduate students include:
South Charleston, Ohio
Canal Winchester, Ohio
Canal Winchester, Ohio
Graduate students include:
Tipp City, Ohio
Congratulations to these students and thank you for allowing ACEL to be your academic home during your time at Ohio State! You will forever be an ACEL Buckeye!
Six students in the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership were recognized at the annual CFAES Celebration of Students (formerly known as the CFAES Recognition Program) as Outstanding Seniors.
These seniors were selected through an application and interview process by CFAES faculty members.
The six students from ACEL selected include:
Megan Besancon, agricultural communication
Miranda Miser, agricultural communication
Leah Schwinn, agricultural communication
Jarred Shellhouse, agricultural communication
Mary Siekman, agricultural communication
Carley Snider, agriscience education
We wish you the best of luck as you leave Ohio State and continue your careers as communicators, educators and graduate students!
Dr. Tracy Kitchel, professor and department chair, poses with the six CFAES Outstanding Seniors from our department at a reception held prior to the program.
On Sunday, December 20, 2016, eight seniors from the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership completed their undergraduate coursework and graduated from The Ohio State University.
Kylie Barclay, agricultural communication
Meghan Bennett, agricultural communication
Diane Gress, agricultural communication
Carolyn Huhn, agricultural communication
Jamie Sablotny, agricultural communication
Kathryn Shook, agricultural communication
Caitlin Conrad, community leadership
Jared Smith, community leadership
Our faculty and staff wish you all the best as you begin this new chapter in your lives!
On Sunday, 43 students from the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership graduated with a bachelor, master, or doctorate degree.
We would like to congratulate these students on this accomplishment and thank them for letting us be a part of their higher education and wish them much success in their future careers.
Students graduating from the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership:
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
Master of Science in Agricultural and Extension Education
Doctorate in Agricultural and Extension Education
Tomorrow is Spring Commencement at The Ohio State University! 43 students from our department will get their diploma for the bachelor, master, or doctorate degree! Congratulations!
Just today and tomorrow before these ladies are alumni of Ohio State!
Erin (left) and Krysti (right) are both roommates and friends, therefore they share the last day of the countdown. Erin will graduate tomorrow with a degree in agricultural communication and Kristi with a degree in community leadership.
With just Friday and the weekend standing between now and graduation, our seniors are getting excited!
Kelly is a senior in agricultural communication. She’s currently traveling with Collegiate Young Farmers and stopped at the beach in North Carolina for a picture to celebrate her upcoming graduation.
In 4 days, Blake and 11,000 other students from Ohio State will receive their degrees from Ohio State. 50 of those graduates will be from our department.
Blake will receive her degree in agricultural communication and continue working with the Department of Recreation at Ohio State until her move to Atlanta, Georgia in November.
Today was the last day of finals and there are six full days until graduation!
Kayla will be graduating with a Master’s degree in agricultural and extension education. She is pictured in the Numbers Garden on the Ohio State campus.
Two days of finals left and seven days until graduation!
Tonya is done with finals and has returned to her home for a few days before receiving her diploma. Tonya will graduate with a degree in agricultural communication and return to her family’s hog and grain operation. Congratulations Tonya!