Outstanding students affiliated with the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming were recognized by the Wyoming chapter of Gamma Sigma Delta during its awards program Saturday, May 2, in Laramie.
Gamma Sigma Delta is the international honor society of agriculture.
Receiving outstanding student awards were:
Outstanding Freshman – Melanie Whitmore, Bear River, animal and veterinary sciences
Outstanding Sophomore – Tevyn Baldwin, Mitchell, Neb., agricultural business/ rangeland ecology and watershed management; Cole Foreman, San Jose, Calif., agricultural business/animal and veterinary sciences; Rachel Purdy, Pine Bluffs, agricultural business
Outstanding Junior – Jonathan Miller, Laramie, animal and veterinary sciences; Hannah Shoults, Van Tassell, animal and veterinary sciences
Outstanding Senior – Daniel Adamson, Laramie, agroecology; McKensie Harris, Laramie, animal and veterinary sciences; Marley Mardock, Estes Park, Colo., animal and veterinary sciences; Courtney Nordhus, Commerce City, Colo., family and consumer sciences
Outstanding Masters student – Hannah Cunningham, Meeker, Colo., animal and veterinary sciences; Samantha Day, Lorton, Va., soil science
Outstanding Doctoral student – Helmuth Aguirre, Bogota, Colombia, entomology
Departments within the college also presented honors. They include:
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