On The Record; CASNR students honored at 'Who's Who' reception
Thirteen outstanding students from Texas Tech University's College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources have been included in latest edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities," according to school officials. The university hosted a special '2014 Who's Who Recognition Reception' on Nov. 16 at the McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center.
"Selection to Who's Who at Texas Tech University is a one-time honor awarded annually," said Holly Cogdell, CASNR's Coordinator of Student Retention. "It honors students who've demonstrated outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, academic achievement, campus leadership, and community service."
To be considered, Cogdell said, students must have senior status with 90 total earned semester hours prior to the fall semester 2014, at least 30 semester hours completed at Texas Tech, and a minimum 3.0 grade point average. Among the Texas Tech students inducted were:
Department of Agricultural & Applied Economics
- Lauren Hamilton, an agricultural and applied economics major from Shepherd
- Carly Stroud, an agricultural and applied economics major from Hondo
Department of Agricultural Education & Communications
- Shelbey Havens, an agricultural communications major from Abernathy
- Elisa Infante, an interdisciplinary agriculture major from Austin
- Kelli Neuman, an agricultural communications major from Winnie
- Abby Prause, an agricultural communications major from Valley Mills
- Erin Warren, an agricultural communications major from Lubbock
Department of Animal & Food Sciences
- Sherrye Buchanan, an animal science major from Plainview
- Taelar Childers, an animal science major from Springfield, Colo.
- Sadie Dierschke, an food science major from San Angelo
- Gretchen Lochte, an animal science major from Fredericksburg
- Samantha Means, an animal science major from Plano
Department of Natural Resources Management" Shea Smith, a natural resources management major from Willis
"Who's Who" has been published since 1934, and includes students from more than 2,300 institutions of higher learning in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and several foreign nations.
By NORMAN MARTIN
CONTACT: Holly Cogdell, Coordinator of Student Retention, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Texas Tech University at (806) 742-2808 or email@example.com
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- Natural Resources Management
- Plant & Soil Science
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Editor: Norman Martin
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