The Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics announces two undergraduates for outstanding graduating seniors this Spring 2017 semester, one for each major. Also, the Department recognized William Hardin as the Outstanding Graduating Senior for the Western Agricultural Economics Association. William will earn a bachelor of science degree in agribusiness economics & management.
Amy Burkel will earn a bachelor of science degree in environmental & water resource economics and will pursue a master of public administration at the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Policy & Governance.
Harmony Wormwood will earn a bachelor of science degree in agribusiness economics & management and will begin a career working with Farm Credit Services Southwest in Tempe, Arizona.
Congratulations to Amy, Harmony, and William on their outstanding academic achievements and to all graduating students, we wish you the very best going forward.
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Image taken from CALS outstanding graduating students awards ceremony May 4th, 2017. Pictured here left to right: CALS' Dean Burgess, Harmony Wormwood, Amy Burkel, and Prof. Wilson.