Future Agriscience Teacher Symposiums

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The National Teach Ag Campaign is hosting four Future Agriscience Teacher (FAST) Symposium sessions this year. Preservice majors were able to apply for scholarships to attend the symposiums which focus on professional development, networking and collegiality. There were 99 applicants for 71 scholarships. Congratulations to those selected. 

Scholarship Recipients

Session I
April 3-6
Overland Park, Kansas
Held in conjunction with the National Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences Conference 

Joauo Agosto, University Of Puerto Rico Mayaguez Campus
Amber Bucknell, University of Idaho
Shasta Charlton, Tennessee State University
Kayla Cox, Oklahoma State University
Bailey Crowder, Purdue University
Ellissa Durning, Oregon State University
McKenna Ford, University of Idaho
Jordan Jones, North Carolina A & T State University
Alyssa Lewark, University of Wyoming
Nolan Moss, Southern Illinois University
Katelynn Priest, Oklahoma State University
Nicole Snyder, Washington State University

Session II 
June 19-21 
Des Moines, Iowa
Held in conjunction with the Cultivating Change Foundation Summit 

Harley Braun, University of Minnesota
Katelynn Daniel, Colorado State University
Janelle DeClerg, Michigan State University
Hunter Holden, Middle Tennessee State University
Macy Jernigan, University of Mount Olive
Joelle Jones, Wilmington College
Racheal Krug, University of Wisconsin-River Falls
Sabrina Sage, Utah State University
Andrew Simon, University of Wisconsin-River Falls
Leah Ward, Utah State University
Emily Watson, University of Wisconsin- River Falls
Courtney Wiedenmann, Oklahoma State University

Session III 
September 17-19 
Raleigh, North Carolina
Held in conjunction with National Teach Ag Day 

Mary Barcellos, Oregon State University
Alison Brown, University of Idaho
Zachary Callaghan, Kansas State University
Amie Carter, South Dakota State University
Katelynn Daniel, Colorado State University
Morgan Frank, University of Wisconsin: River Falls
Shelby Hartzell, Arkansas Tech University
Janellle Hueners, University of Minnesota
Macy Jernigan, University of Mount Olive
Cheyenne Johnson, University of Tennessee
Joelle Jones, Wilmington College
Anna Mertson, North Carolina State University
Eric Moser, Michigan State University
Katelynn Priest, Oklahoma State University
MaQuelah Schueler, South Dakota State University
Molly Sparrow, University of Idaho
Dahlia Sutliff, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
Courtney Wiedenmann, Oklahoma State University

Session IV
December 2-7
Anaheim, California 
Held in conjunction with NAAE Convention 

Harley Braun, University of Minnesota
Amber Bucknell. University of Idaho
Nikole Cain, Kansas State University
Katie Crump, University of Kentucky
Abigail de Leon, Middle Tennessee State University
Janelle DeClerg, Michigan State University
Ellissa Durning, Oregon State University
McKenna Ford, University of Idaho
Amanda Gagne, The Pennsylvania State University
Jenna Harrod, University of Kentucky
Jaycie Heath, University of Kentucky
Luke Kerstetter, Pennsylvania State University
Bret Kindall, University of Idaho
Elizabeth Landis, Ohio State University
Chloe Metcalf, The Ohio State University
Laura Mincks, Iowa State University
Nolan Moss, Southern Illinois University
Taylor Newman, Mississippi State University
Dean Powers, University of Connecticut
Sabrina Sage, Utah State University
Abbie Smith, The Pennsylvania State University
Lexie Sorensen, Utah State University
Samantha Wagner, Michigan State University
Marah Walls, Texas Tech University
Leah Ward, Utah State University
Emily Watson, University of Wisconsin- River Falls
Brittany Weller, The Ohio state University
Erica Wood, University of Idaho
Mary Wurzbach, Penn State University

 

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