Forty-eight 2018 graduating seniors were honored as OSU Seniors of Seignifance for the 2017-2018 academic year. Among them were three graduating McKnight Scholars; Angel Molina, Macy Perry, and Libby Shulz. This award is presented by the OSU Alumni Association to recognize students who have excelled in scholarship, leadership, and service during their time at Oklahoma State.
Angel Molina is a class 5 scholar from Johnson City, Kansas and graduated with a degree in Agribusiness. On campus, Angel was actively involved as the President of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural REsources (CASNR) Student Council, member of FarmHouse Fraternity, and a CASNR Ambassador. In addition to being named an OSU Senior of Significance, Angel was one of 14 seniors honored has an OSU Outstanding Senior. Angel is currently pursuing a position in the agricultural banking industry.
Macy Perry is a class 4 scholar from Prather, California. She graduated with a degree in Animal Science. At OSU, Macy pursued her passions as President of Block & Bridle Club and Treasurer of the Meat Science Association. She was also involved in the Oklahoma Agricultural Leadership Encounter (OALE), Animal Science Leadership Alliance, and was inducted into Mortar Board in 2017. Macy excelled as a member of the 2015 National Champion OSU Horse Judging Team and member of the 2016 OSU Meat Judging Team. She recently began a graduate program to receive a Masters Degree in Meat Science at OSU.
Libby Shulz is a class 4 scholar from Wichita Falls, Texas who studied Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. On campus, she was actively engaged in a variety of leadership positions including Director of the OSU Speakers Board, President of Pi Beta Phi Sorority, and a mentor for the McKnight Scholars. Libby was also recognized as a Top Ten Freshman in 2015 and inducted into Mortar Board in 2017. Libby has recently relocated to Houston, Texas to work as a management consultant.
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