We all know of people who have gone above and beyond any expectations set for the general population. And let's face it, the hardest time to go beyond expectations is your first and last years of college. The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources named their Outstanding Seniors and Freshman last week at the CASNR banquet. Listed below are those who received this prestigious honor. If you see any of these fellow students, please offer a congratulations their way, as they have worked extremely hard to receive this award!
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Monday, April 11, 2011
Henry Bellmon Leadership - Internship Program
The Henry Bellmon Leadership Intern Program provides financial assistance for full-time Oklahoma State University undergraduates who will be completing government internships in Washington, D.C. or at a state or federal agency in Oklahoma for the Summer of 2011.
Full-time OSU undergraduates who have accepted an internship in Washington D.C. or at state or federal levels of government in Oklahoma for the Summer of 2011.
Applicants must have completed at least 12 hours at OSU prior to application and preference will be given to upperclassmen.
$500 to $1,500 – based on internship location & need.
Use of Funds
Awards may be used for housing, travel and living expenses.
Funds are intended to help defray the costs associated with completing an internship rather than funding an internship in its entirety.
Students will be selected based on academic record, campus involvement, demonstration of character, values and work ethic as well as financial need as illustrated through a 500 – 700 word written essay and letters of recommendation. The focus of the essay should demonstrate the above selection criteria as well as how this internship fits with your career goals. Finalists may be interviewed.
Completed applications are due 5pm Thursday, April 14, 2011.
Submit Application to:
A&S Career Services
213 Life Sciences East
Application Available in 103 Ag Hall
Contact Missy Dennis in the Arts & Sciences Career Services office 213 LSE
Phone: 405-744-1189 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, April 10, 2011
Graduating students-You've worked hard for this day and we want to help you celebrate! The annual College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources New Graduate Celebration will be held on Monday, April 25, from 4-5 p.m. in 103 Ag Hall. Representatives from the CASNR Alumni Board, OSU and CASNR Career Services, OSU Alumni Association, and OSU POSSE will also be available to share with you different services and privileges you can get now that you will be an official OSU ALUM! Also stop by at this come-and-go event to enter in a drawing for some great door prizes. In addition, you can pick up a free special gift from the staff of CASNR Academic Programs. We also encourage you to use this time to take the New Graduate Survey, which will be made available in the CASNR Student Success Center. For all general graduation information, check out the OSU commencement website. Thank you for your service to our college and we wish you the best of luck in the future!
If you are from Harper Country, a
citizen, and majoring in agriculture than you are eligible for the $500 Max Barth Ag Scholarship. Applicants must either be a 2011 high school senior or a current college sophomore, junior, or senior. U.S.
To apply send a one page résumé that includes your agriculture involvement, goals, and future plans explaining why you chose agriculture by May 2, 2001 to:
Harper County Conservation District
Board of Directors
Attention: Barth Scholarship
Résumés can also be faxed to (580) 735-2536 or emailed to email@example.com.
Who is Max Barth, Jr., you may be wondering. He was a passionate man who believed in conservation and supported conservation youth activities. Mr. Barth Jr. served on the Harper County Conservation District Board from 1974-2005 and was an avid supporter of the Land Judging Contest and Resource Awareness Scholarships for Teachers. Mr. Barth Jr. was known in his community for sponsoring teachers and students out of his own pocket to ensure everyone had an opportunity to attend conservation events. To honor Mr. Barth, Jr. the Harper County Conservation District has developed the Max Barth Scholarship. Giving back to the
community is exactly what Mr. Barth Jr. dedicated much of his life towards and this scholarship will continue to do just that. Harper County