Five ATI students among Ohio State's Sesquicentennial Scholars

Submitted by Kris Boone, boone.3@osu.edu

Five Ohio State ATI students are among the 150 Sesquicentennial Scholars recently named by President Michael Drake. An additional six students from the CFAES Columbus campus (two graduate and four undergraduate) were named. They are:

Ohio State ATI CFAES Columbus
Sarah Doner Melena Dillingham
Courtney Krieger Mackenzie Hannum
Bayley Myers Chris Baird
Hunter Sandwisch Mary Buehler
Aaron Smith Emily Kanney
  Xamarie Ruiz

 

 

 

 

 

 

According to President Drake's announcement:

"These 150 outstanding students share an extraordinary passion for our university and will participate in a special leadership program as part of our 150th anniversary next academic year.

"Since our founding in 1870, Ohio State has empowered generations of Buckeyes to become leaders and create ideas that change the world. The Sesquicentennial Student Scholar Leadership Program builds upon this legacy by providing participants a $2,500 scholarship, leadership training and opportunities to serve as a university ambassador.

"I look forward to celebrating this wonderful milestone with the entire Buckeye community and with our Sesquicentennial Scholars — the next generation in Ohio State's proud tradition of service and excellence."