OSU-Lima scholars recognized


LIMA —The Ohio State University at Lima annually recognizes the scholarly efforts, of its graduating seniors and others at an Academic Celebration. This year’s winners for scholarly work, overall achievement and service include:

Department awards

Faculty members in each academic area on campus choose their most outstanding students from the academic year to recognize with a department award.

Psychology: Victoria Bradford, of Paulding

History: Emily Preston, of Huntsville

English: Alyssa Brown, of Lima

Nan Arbuckle Creative Writing Scholarship: Victoria Sullivan, of Lima

Music: Victoria Bradford, of Paulding

Biology: Amanda Weller, of Lima and Rachel Crites, of Delphos

Communication: Rylee Poeppelman, of Fort Loramie

Theatre: Sydney Hartford, of Ada

Physics: Nick Wallace, of Cincinnati

Mathematics: Sharolyn Balbaugh, of Wapakoneta

Honors awards

The 2020 winners, of the honors awards are also being recognized.

The John T. Mount Award is given each academic year to the most outstanding student from each regional campus who has attained senior status by the beginning, of autumn semester and who started their Ohio State education on a regional campus. This year’s recipient is Olivia Green, of Bellevue.

The John W. Hevener Award is given each academic year to the most outstanding student at Ohio State Lima who has attained senior status by the beginning, of autumn semester and who also completed the majority, of his or her coursework on the Lima Campus. This year’s recipient is Victoria Bradford, of Paulding.

The Violet I. Meek Student Leadership Award is an annual award given to the Ohio State Lima student who has demonstrated positive leadership and a vision for the future, of the student body while enrolled on the Lima campus. This year’s recipient is Dalton Faulder, of Jackson Center.

The Ohio State Lima Honors Program awards the Honors Tuition Scholarship to Honors students who demonstrate exceptional performance in at least two Honors courses during the current academic year, have maintained a high grade point average over all course work, participated in Honors Program events, and submitted an essay describing how the Honors Program has influenced his or her educational experience at Ohio State Lima. This year’s recipients are Kerri Ellerbrock, of Ottawa, Cameron Brittain, of Dayton, Jessica Mangas, of Deshler, Jenna Fields, of Sidney, and Danica Basinger, of Kalida.

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