Four students in the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership were named to the homecoming court at Ohio State ATI.
Court members were selected based on their leadership qualities, spirit, integrity, and achievement through their contributions and involvement at Ohio State ATI.
Brianna Gwitz of Shelby, Ohio is a double major in agricultural communication and livestock science. She is a member of Hoof and Hide Club and Phi Theta Kappa. She believes being a Buckeye “means that I get to be a part of an organization much larger than myself. I am building relationships with lifelong friends, developing myself as a person, learning knowledge that is going to impact my future career and gaining leadership and professional skills.”
Emily Hardesty of Coshocton, Ohio is an agricultural communication major. She is a resident advisor, member of Community Council, Collegiate FFA, and Hoof and Hide. To her, being a Buckeye is “about making your dreams a reality and a title that is highly sought after, and will continue to be an honor that stays with you all your life.”
Kelse Brown of Edgerton, Ohio is a sophomore in agriscience education. Kelse is the president of the Collegiate FFA and a member of Hoof and Hide. To him, being a Buckeye is “one of his most prized accomplishments, as being a student at a university with so much history and traditions gives me pride and a feeling of self-achievement.”
Geoffrey Norris of Wooster, Ohio is a sophomore in agriscience education. Geoffrey is a member of Hoof and Hide, Directors Dozen and works in the Office of Student Life. To him, being a Buckeye means “being a part of tradition and excellence.”