Junior construction systems management (CSM) major Winston Milton is certainly making the most of his experience at The Ohio State University. After transferring from Ohio University’s business school after his freshman year, Winston realized that he needed to start branching out and meeting new people.
A team of The Ohio State University seniors majoring in food, agricultural and biological engineering (FABE) took home the gold in a national competition focused on the design of engineering projects advancing agriculture.
Outstanding Senior award recipient Maria Goshe came to The Ohio State University in the fall of 2020, and quickly realized she made the best choice. Maria continued her education from Terra State Community College where she received her associates degree while majoring in agribusiness management in May 2020.
Being raised on a livestock and grain operation, Outstanding Senior award recipient James Fulton always knew he wanted to stay in agriculture. Graduating this spring with his degree in agricultural systems management (ASM) from The Ohio State University, James’s variety of experiences have allowed him to make connections in several different industries.
Outstanding Senior award recipient Abby Obert was born and raised in the Columbus area and is graduating this spring from The Ohio State University with her degree in food, agricultural and biological engineering...
Shannon Dixon, a senior studying food, agricultural and biological engineering, placed first in her research category at the 27th annual Denman Undergraduate Research Forum. The Denman Forum provides an opportunity for graduating student researchers to share their research endeavors with the broader university community.
Sam Francis is a graduate student in the Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering (FABE) pursuing their PhD in Ecological Engineering. They grew up in Crofton, Maryland and completed their B.S. in Natural Resource Management at the University of Maryland, College Park in 2018.
Though California native Kaylee Presnell has snorkeled with sharks, she has her eyes on goals millions of miles above the sea. Kaylee is a fifth-year food, agricultural and biological engineering major at The Ohio State University.
For Shay Pond, a fourth-year majoring in agricultural systems management (ASM) with minors in agribusiness and nonprofit management, creating a positive generational change is a dream of his. Pond is interested in exploring ways to address food and financial security issues for lower income families in hopes to start a nonprofit organization.