OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

OSU awards $68,000 in agricultural scholarships

11/19/2015

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State University’s College of Agricultural Sciences has awarded 34 undergraduates $68,000 in scholarships for the 2015-2016 school year.

The scholarships are made possible by gifts to the college.

Recipients of the 2015 scholarships are:

ALBANY: Michael Perkins, agricultural business management major, received the $1,000 Savery Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

BLODGETT: Andrew Damitio, environmental economics and policy major, received the $1,000 Charles E. and Clara Marie Eckelman Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

CENTRAL POINT: Elizabeth Puttman, animal sciences major, received the $1,000 Grange Co-op Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

CORVALLIS: Nicole Barrett, fisheries and wildlife major, received the $1,000 Lawrence E. and Marguerite Kaseberg Memorial Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

CORVALLIS: Holly Omoto, animal sciences major, received the $1,000 Savery Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

DAMASCUS: Matthew Crouser, agricultural business management major, received the $1,000 Frank Burlingham Memorial Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

DAYTON: Joanna Kubes, agricultural business management major, received the $1,000 Frank Burlingham Memorial Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

EDMONDS, Washington: Hanna Lee, animal sciences major, received the $1,000 Eugene H. Fisher Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

EL CAJON, California: Alessia Azevedo, fisheries and wildlife major, received the $1,000 Charles E. and Clara Marie Eckelman Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

GOLD BEACH: Hannah Hooker, animal sciences major, received the $1,000 Karla S. Chambers Leadership Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

HILLSBORO: Rachel Wirachman, food science and technology major, received the $1,000 Paul and Frances Montecucco Beginning Venture Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

HILLSBORO: Lindy Yoder, horticulture major, received the $1,000 Paul and Frances Montecucco Beginning Venture Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

INDEPENDENCE: Courtney Chase, animal sciences major, received the $1,000 Naumes Family Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

KENT, Ohio: Costanza Fantoni, environmental sciences and sustainability majors, received the $1,000 Frank Burlingham Memorial Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

LAKE OSWEGO: Anya Britvan, animal sciences major, received the $1,000 John & Florence Scharff Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

LAKE OSWEGO: Annelise Jahraus, animal sciences major, received the $1,000 Eugene H. Fisher Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

LAKE OSWEGO: Hannah Karimi, animal sciences major, received the $1,000 Loren J. Smith Memorial Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

LONGVIEW: Cara Caldwell, animal sciences major, received the $1,000 John & Florence Scharff Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

MEDFORD: Alyssa Ettinger, animal sciences major, received $1,000 Tillamook County Creamery Association Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

NEWBERG: Kearsten Friedrich, animal sciences major, received the $1,000 Summers Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

NEWBERG: Margaret Halstead, crop and soil science major, received the $1,000 Loren J. Smith Memorial Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

OAKLAND: Kayla Rushing, animal sciences major, received the $1,000 Jernstedt Family Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

ONTARIO: Nathan Andersen, crop and soil science major, received the $1,000 Charles E. and Clara Marie Eckelman Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

ONTARIO: Brecklin Milton, agricultural business management major, received the $1,000 Charles E. and Clara Marie Eckelman Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

ONTARIO: Breanna Panages, animal sciences major, received the $1,000 Summers Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

PENDLETON: Nels Swenson, agricultural sciences major, received the $1,000 Savery Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

PLACENTIA, California: Lauren Lerch, botany major, received the $1,000 Loren J. Smith Memorial Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

PORTLAND: Amita Kashyap, bioresource research major, received the $1,000 Clifford Smith Memorial Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

RENO, Nevada: Elizabeth Nicholas, food science and technology major, received the $1,000 Clifford Smith Memorial Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

SALEM: Kelsi Limbach, horticulture major, received the $1,000 Jernstedt Family Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

SCIO: Marcel Ortiz, agricultural sciences major, received the $1,000 Frank Burlingham Memorial Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

SPRINGFIELD: Connor Mackenzie, agricultural sciences major, received the $1,000 Frank Burlingham Memorial Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 Ursula Bolt Knaus Scholarship.

TWIN FALLS, Idaho: Kelsey Rogers, animal sciences major, received the $1,000 Savery Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

WEST LINN: Jessica Chadwick, biological and ecological engineering major, received the $1,000 Jernstedt Family Agricultural Honors Scholarship, and the $1,000 John W. DeMuth, Jr. Agricultural Sciences Scholarship.

OSU offers more grant and scholarship dollars than any other college or university in Oregon. A significant portion of this is provided by donors to the OSU Foundation, who have contributed more than $185 million over the last decade to support scholarships, fellowships and other awards for students.

College of Agricultural Sciences

About the OSU College of Agricultural Sciences: The college contributes in many ways to the economic and environmental sustainability of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest. The college's faculty are leaders in agriculture and food systems, natural resources management, rural economic development research, environmental toxicology and human health research.