College Gathers to Celebrate Accomplishments

April 21, 2015

On Thursday, April 16, 2015 faculty, staff, students and their families gathered together to celebrate and recognize accomplishments at the 62nd Annual College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) Recognition Banquet held at the Ohio Union on the campus of The Ohio State University.  Themed, "Should Have Seen It In Color," the banquet highlighted the important role of shared experiences, relationships and memories made at Ohio State. 

School of Environment and Natural Resources students recognized
at this year's banquet include:

Outstanding Seniors

  • Meghan Parsley majoring in Forestry, Fisheries, and Wildlife

Newcomb Scholars:

  • Catherine Brokenshire majoring in Environmental Policy and Decision Making
  • Samantha Keitlen majoring in Environment, Economy, Development and Sustainability
  • Abigail Mackey majoring in Environmental Policy and Decision Making
  • Annaliese Koontz majoring in Environment, Economy, Development and Sustainability
  • Alyssa Martin majoring in Environmental Policy and Decision Making
  • Jordan Reding majoring in Environmental Science
  • Mara Momenee majoring in Environment, Economy, Development and Sustainability

Student Ambassadors and Leaders were also recognized, including the CFAES Ambassadors (Ben Rubinoff and Meghan Parsley) and SENR Ambassadors

Lee Johnston Leadership Award Winners:

  • Megan Fuerst majoring in Environment, Economy, Development and Sustainability
  • Molly Hardesty majoring in Environmental Policy and Decision Making
  • Alissa Finke majoring in Environmental Science

Undergraduate Researchers:

  • Laura Kington majoring in Environment, Economy, Development and Sustainability for first place win at the 2015 CFAES Undergraduate Research Forum in the social sciences category.
  • Ben Rubinoff majoring in Environmental Science for first place win at the 2015 CFAES Undergraduate Research Forum in the environmental and plant sciences category.
  • Tiffany Atkinson for 2015 award funding from the competitive OARDC grants program SEEDS.

Congratulations to all the students recognized this year!