Jenica-HaglerPULLMAN, Wash. – The College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences recently presented college annual awards. They are:

Student awards

Aggie of the year: Jenica Hagler, a senior studying agricultural and food business economics.

Family and consumer scientist: Hayley Hohman, economic sciences with the quantitative economics option.

Outstanding junior in agricultural sciences: Kyle Strachila, agricultural and food systems, agricultural and food business economics.

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Undergraduates spell out “We are CAHNRS” at the conclusion of the recognition event.

Outstanding junior in human sciences: Mackenzie Selleg, human development.

Emerging undergraduate leader in agriculture: Serena Ranney, food science.

Emerging undergraduate leader in human sciences: Shelby Ruiz, interior design.

Superior club: Dairy Club.

Outstanding seniors: Stephanie George, Agricultural and Food Systems (AFS), Agricultural and Food Business Economics; Mia Thomsen, AFS, Agricultural Education; Brett Larmer, AFS, Agricultural Technology and Production Management; Clint Keane, Animal Sciences, Animal Management Option; Sophia Collins, Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textiles, Design Option; Ember Steen, AMDT, Merchandising Option; Madison Moore, Economic Sciences, Agricultural Economics Option; Justin Shiver, Economic Sciences, Business Economics Option; Corbin Poppe, Economic Sciences,
Economics, Policy and Law Option; Riley Seeger, Economic Sciences, Environmental and Resource Economics Option; David Park, Economic Sciences, Financial Markets Option; Jordan Sperl, Economic Sciences, International Economics and Development Option; Crystal Swanson, Economic Sciences, Quantiative Economics Option; Jake Blaylock, Food Science; Hailey Wright, Human Development; Hanadie Morrison, Human Development, Global Campus; Griffin Berger, Integrated Plant Sciences (IPS), Fruit and Vegetable Management; Megan Davis, IPS, Landscape, Nursery, Greenhouse Management; Sean Lanphere, IPS, Turfgrass Management; Molly Warren, IPS, Viticulture and Enology; Daniel Hottell, IPS, Viticulture and Enology, Tri-Cities; Julie Harris, Interior Design; Jeremy Auer, Landscape Architecture; Logan Eres, Western Agricultural Economics Association; Adrian Rus, Wildlife Ecology.

General awards

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Chuck Eggert

Dean’s wall of honor: Chuck Eggert, a WSU alumnus, founder of Pacific Natural Foods and a driving force behind the 30-acre Eggert Family Organic Farm on the WSU Pullman campus.

Dean’s women’s leadership award: Barbara J. Stevenson, a WSU alumna and leader in the beef cattle industry.

Volunteer of the year: Phil Hinrichs, a third generation graduate of CAHNRS, owner and operator of Hinrichs Trading Co. – a Pullman chickpea processing company – and a passionate advocate for pulse crop research.

Alumni and development faculty of the year: Kevin Murphy, alumnus and Robert A. Nilan endowed chair in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, who leads the barley and alternative crop breeding program at WSU.

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Some of the Hinrichs family with a CAHNRS student.

Alumni and development staff of the year: Angela Lenssen, who spent more than four years managing marketing and communications for the bi-state School of Food Science, a collaborative program shared between the University of Idaho and WSU.

In memoriam: Don Steiger, a 1956 graduate of WSU, retired Army colonel, real estate developer, family farm manager, volunteer and donor who passed away on Dec. 4, 2015.