OSU Ferguson College of Agriculture Recognizes 20 Seniors of Distinction
Monday, March 29, 2021
The Oklahoma State University Ferguson College of Agriculture has recognized 20 Seniors of Distinction for their dedication to academics, leadership, research and service.
“We are proud to congratulate our Seniors of Distinction for their hard work and accomplishments during their time at OSU,” said Cynda Clary, Ferguson College of Agriculture associate dean of academic programs. “Choosing our top seniors is always a challenging process as there are so many qualified students in our college. Every year, we continue to be impressed with the quality of each student’s set of accomplishments.”
Seraiah Coe was named the 2021 Louis and Betty Gardner Outstanding Senior. Coe is earning two degrees from OSU: a natural resource ecology and management degree from the Ferguson College of Agriculture and a biology degree with a minor in zoology from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Of the 20 Seniors of Distinction listed below, five were also honored with the Dean’s Award of Excellence (indicated by an *).
- Joshua Anadu, Katy, Texas, environmental science
- Ethan Attebery, Moore, Oklahoma, agribusiness
- Jacob Auer, Lenapah, Oklahoma, biosystems engineering
- Georgia Blackwell*, Venus, Texas, biochemistry and molecular biology
- Adrienne Blakey*, Stillwater, plant and soil sciences and agricultural communications
- Sydney Cannon, Newcastle, Oklahoma, biosystems engineering
- Seraiah Coe*, McKinney, Texas, natural resource ecology and management and biology
- Braeden Coon, Mountain View, Oklahoma, animal science and agricultural communications
- Sarah Drown, Ramona, California, agribusiness and agricultural communications
- Ridge Hughbanks*, Alva, Oklahoma, agribusiness
- Mandy Lawson, Coweta, Oklahoma, animal science
- Alexis Main, Modesto, California, animal science
- Cathy Mapes, Alva, Oklahoma, animal science
- Lauren Millang, Woodland, California, agricultural communications
- Dalton Miller, Amber, Oklahoma, agribusiness
- Luke Muller*, Altus, Oklahoma, plant and soil sciences and agribusiness
- Casandra Salinas, Atolinga Zacatecas, Mexico, biochemistry and molecular biology
- Truitt Taylor, Vinita, Oklahoma, agribusiness
- Megan Wasson, Salinas, California, animal science
- Lora Wright, Monett, Missouri, agribusiness
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The Ferguson College of Agriculture believes in the value of hands-on education and the importance of having a well-rounded student experience. The college’s award-winning faculty members are dedicated to developing students and are passionate about adding value to the total educational experience. With a diverse set of majors and study options, plus more than 60 student organizations, the college is committed to expanding minds and inspiring purpose.