STILLWATER – Multiple Rogers County students recently were honored by the Oklahoma State University Ferguson College of Agriculture with academic scholarships for the 2021-2022 academic year. The scholarships are part of the more than $1.8 million that students will receive from the college and its academic departments.
“Our students have a diverse set of backgrounds, experiences and career interests, and it is an honor to award scholarships to help fund their academic goals,” said Cynda Clary, Ferguson College of Agriculture associate dean of academic programs. “These scholarships are possible because of the generosity of our alumni and friends, and we truly appreciate their continued support of our college and its students.”
The 2021-2022 scholarship recipients include:
Makenzie Adams from Owasso majors in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and received the Joseph Fleming Memorial Continuing Scholarship.
Kaylyn Branen from Collinsville majors in Agricultural Communications and received the Sam Noble Scholarship.
Avery Cluck from Claremore majors in Agribusiness and received the Win and Kay Ingersoll Scholarship.
Wyatt Hancock from Oologah majors in Agribusiness and received the Win and Kay Ingersoll Scholarship.
Lara Hays from Claremore majors in Animal Science and received the Win and Kay Ingersoll Scholarship.
Caitlin McBride from Claremore majors in Natural Resource Ecology and Management and received the Win and Kay Ingersoll Scholarship.
Blake Runner from Oologah majors in Animal Science and received the Win and Kay Ingersoll Scholarship.
Jared Snow from Tulsa majors in Natural Resource Ecology and Management and received the Win and Kay Ingersoll Scholarship.
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 16 majors, a variety of study options and more than 60 student organizations, the college is committed to expanding minds and inspiring purpose. Learn more at agriculture.okstate.edu.