The North Dakota State University College of Agriculture, Food Systems and Natural Resources named its Top 10 seniors and presented other awards to conclude Ag Week. Among those receiving the honor was Kacey Koester, Steele, a student in animal science with a minor in agribusiness
The students were selected through an application process based on leadership and community service; honors, awards and recognitions; work experience and/or internships; and additional noteworthy experiences, activities or accomplishments.
"This year we had a record number of applications for Top 10 Seniors in the College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources," said David Buchanan, CAFSNR associate dean for academic programs. "Each student applicant was deserving, which made the selection very difficult. Once again, the students have demonstrated excellence in a wide variety of ways. It is always amazing to see the very special accomplishments of our students."