OSU Alumni Club awards scholarships to local grads


The Ohio State University Alumni Club of Fayette County awarded six 2017 scholarships to Fayette County graduates who will be attending OSU in the fall. Three of the recipients attended the OSU Alumni Club annual meeting are (l to r) Todd R. Peterson, who will study agribusiness and applied economics with a minor in agronomy; Makayla Eggleton, who will study animal science with minors in international studies and Spanish; and Erik Foster, who will study chemical engineering with an emphasis in petroleum engineering. Those recipients unable to attend the meeting are Tori Riley, Clare Sollars and Brian Wilson.


The Ohio State University Alumni Club of Fayette County awarded six 2017 scholarships to Fayette County graduates who will be attending OSU in the fall. Three of the recipients attended the OSU Alumni Club annual meeting are (l to r) Todd R. Peterson, who will study agribusiness and applied economics with a minor in agronomy; Makayla Eggleton, who will study animal science with minors in international studies and Spanish; and Erik Foster, who will study chemical engineering with an emphasis in petroleum engineering. Those recipients unable to attend the meeting are Tori Riley, Clare Sollars and Brian Wilson.

The Ohio State University Alumni Club of Fayette County awarded six 2017 scholarships to Fayette County graduates who will be attending OSU in the fall. Three of the recipients attended the OSU Alumni Club annual meeting are (l to r) Todd R. Peterson, who will study agribusiness and applied economics with a minor in agronomy; Makayla Eggleton, who will study animal science with minors in international studies and Spanish; and Erik Foster, who will study chemical engineering with an emphasis in petroleum engineering. Those recipients unable to attend the meeting are Tori Riley, Clare Sollars and Brian Wilson.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/06/web1_2017-Scholarship-Recipients.jpgThe Ohio State University Alumni Club of Fayette County awarded six 2017 scholarships to Fayette County graduates who will be attending OSU in the fall. Three of the recipients attended the OSU Alumni Club annual meeting are (l to r) Todd R. Peterson, who will study agribusiness and applied economics with a minor in agronomy; Makayla Eggleton, who will study animal science with minors in international studies and Spanish; and Erik Foster, who will study chemical engineering with an emphasis in petroleum engineering. Those recipients unable to attend the meeting are Tori Riley, Clare Sollars and Brian Wilson.