More than 115 attended the Gamma Sigma Delta 2014 Honors Brunch April 12 in the Wyoming Union.
Gamma Sigma Delta is the international honor society of agriculture.
Receiving outstanding student awards were:
Outstanding Sophomore – Rael Otuya, agroecology
Outstanding Junior – Heidi Hanekamp, molecular biology
Outstanding Senior – Perry Baptista, agricultural business; Kristi Bear, ecosystem science and management; Emily Schroeder, family and consumer sciences; Tricia Jensen, molecular biology
Outstanding Masters – Anna Scofield, agricultural economics
Outstanding Doctoral – Judith Odhiambo, agronomy
Agricultural and applied economics
Western Agricultural Economics Association Outstanding Senior – Perry Baptista
Outstanding Agricultural Business Senior – Jenny Beiermann
Outstanding Senior – Sami Jo Heitsch; Carolyn Hageman
Honor Book – Trevor Strauch.
American Society of Animal Science: Sophomores – Gina Byrd, Katelyn Newman, Hannah Shoults, Laura Strohecker. Juniors – Emilee Brinton, McKensie Harris, Marley Mardock, Eilise Patrick, Brittney Rodgers. Seniors – Jayce Calhoon, McKenzi Digby, Tyler Gardner, Sarah Notti, Trevor Strauch, Payton Vigil
Ecosystem science and management
Outstanding Senior (entomology – ENTO) – Tyler Harran; Catherine-Jane Angwin, renewable resources watershed management (REWM); Ryan Lermon (SOIL)
Graduate Student of Merit – Megan Wilson, ENTO; Clay Buchanan, SOIL; Renee King, REWM.
Family and consumer sciences
Honor Book – Anna Harrower
Honor Book – Amanda Kinley
Honor Book – Michael Dee Alley
Irene Rosenfeld Scientific Achievement Award – Tricia Jensen
Honor Books – Prakriti Bista, Nick Gompert, Bailey Hallwachs
Honor Book – Amanda Payne
Outstanding Agriculturalist Award
Brad Boner of Cole Creek Ranch
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