agrow.png

You are here: Home / Undergraduate Programs / Undergraduate Scholarships: Agricultural Communications

Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership

Undergraduate Scholarships: Agricultural Communications

Undergraduate Scholarships: Agricultural Communications

To be eligible for the scholarships listed below, students also must complete the CASNR online scholarship application or the OSU Scholarship application in the OSU Admission Application packet (for entering freshmen).

Agricultural Communications Alumni Scholarship
One to three scholarships ($100 to $500) awarded annually to students enrolled full-time in agricultural communications by the Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership. Selection based on academic achievement, involvement in Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow, leadership activities and financial need.

Farm Bureau Internship Scholarship
Sponsor: Oklahoma Farm Bureau
Each summer, the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Corporate Communications and Public Relations Division hires an intern to provide technical and creative support for the division while gaining valuable work-place experience. This job requires the college course work equivalent to a junior in Agricultural Communications at Oklahoma State University; agricultural communications graduate students also may apply. The intern is provided a $3,000 scholarship. For more information, email Shelly Sitton.

Herb Karner Agricultural Journalism Scholarship
Sponsor: Friends and colleagues of Herb Karner
$500 award for an undergraduate majoring in agricultural communications. Selection based on academic achievement, leadership and demonstrated abilities to contribute to the field of agricultural communications.

Dr. Alexander Magruder Memorial Scholarship
Sponsor: Edna Magruder Kelsall
$1,000 award given to a junior or senior student majoring in agricultural communications or agricultural communications/animal science. Preference given to students who demonstrate excellence in communications, academics and leadership. First preference given to applicants from Oklahoma. Applicants must complete the CASNR scholarship application and write a short historical paper on the life of Dr. Alexander Magruder and his significance to OSU and Oklahoma agriculture.

Amanda Money Memorial Scholarship
Sponsor: A fund has been established and donations are being sought to support an endowed scholarship in her memory. Until the endowment is reached, an anonymous donor will support this $500 scholarship in her memory.

An award given in memory of Amanda Money, a sophomore agricultural communications student who tragically lost her life in an automobile crash on her way back to campus after the Bedlam football game in November 2006. The recipient of this scholarship must be a full-time sophomore in Agricultural Communications with a minimum 3.0 GPA.

Ernest Shiner Memorial Scholarship
Sponsor: Mrs. Marguerite (Shiner) Holloway, Arcadia, Okla.; and friends and colleagues of Dr. Shiner
$500 award for a full-time student majoring in agricultural communications pursuing a career in print media.

Shannon Rae Webb Denniston Agricultural Communications Scholarship
Sponsor: Shannon Denniston, an alumnus of the Agricultural Communications Program
A $1,000 scholarship given to Agricultural Communications students from Oklahoma.The recipient must be enrolled as a full-time student at Oklahoma State University in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. The recipient must be majoring in Agricultural Communications and must have a GPA of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.  Selection preference shall be given to students who graduated from a high school located in one of the following Oklahoma counties: Washita, Custer, Kiowa, Beckham or Roger Mills.

Wirt Family Scholarship for Agricultural Communications
Established in 2011, this scholarship goes to students majoring in Agricultural Communications and is a $500 award.  The recipient must be enrolled as a full-time student at Oklahoma State University in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. The recipient must be majoring in Agricultural Communications and must have a GPA of at least 2.0 on a 4.0 scale.