Senior Spotlight 2016-2017

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Their Purdue careers nearly complete, our Agricultural Economics seniors have experienced, lived, learned and grown with us. Their achievements never cease to astonish us, and without fail - year after year - we are proud to see them graduate and move on to brilliant, bright futures. Our Senior Spotlight gives you insights into who these bright students are, what they do and what makes them tick. Click their names to read the full interview. Enjoy!





Michaela Grunkemeyer: Starting dream job after a very successful and enjoyable experience in business strategy senior capstone

Ben Sheldon: The face of Purdue sports going into equipment industry with compnay he dreamed of since birth

Brooke Beale: This Ambassador went abroad four times and encourages students to ask for help

Cody Walburn: Student organization co-founder met wife, two best frieds and some life-long mentors during days at Purdue

Lauren Peacock: Found a home away from home in west Lafayette while experiences in Marketing led to seeing much of the US and two other countries

Clate Kaiser: Jackson County resident has been all over B1G country driving the Boilermaker Special

Luke Wildhaber: Pacific Northwester relects Purdue's rich history; proud to forever be a Boilermaker

Savannah Steinke: Realized the value relational networking and traveled the globe as a Purdue student

Colton Geiger: Transfer student experienced great value from the culture & people in the College of Agriculture at Purdue

Molly Bohlander: Activity in sorority spurred on involvement ranging from the Grand Prix track to Ireland and many in between

Brian Wagler: Starting corporate Career, but wants to end up raising beef in Tennessee

Baylee Crum: Grew up local, and found her niche in three years; now off to graduate school

Jaquelyn Brown: Came from West Coast; left with dream job and literally discovered the world

Merle Mullet: CODO from Forestry mentors through Resident Assistantship and Campus Outreach

Kamille Brawner: Numerous involvements around campus created memories for a lifetime

Marshall Perkins: Grew up invovled on a farm, then very active on campus, and now headed into banking

Allyson English: Demonstrated energetic nature through Dance Marathon and Resident Assistantship

Corey Beck: Faith, Family, Friends, FarmHouse, Football & Feeding the World

Katie Carroll: Alumni helped persuade to leave far from home; now embraces change & growth from numerous Ag experiences

Andrew Fraser: Lifelong Boiler and foodie aspires to be a Chief Marketing Officer in the food sector

Emily Wyrick: Decided to attend Purdue for the endless opportunities; found connections for life

Luke Everett: Following a legacy led to creating new paths and personal experiences for this Boilermaker

Cameron Mann: Servant leader across all of campus in many events, organizations and initiatives plans to go into academia or non-profit

Wes Davis: Passion about Food, Agribusiness, Numbers and the combination brought this Transfer to Purdue

Annie Achen: Dairy enthusiast enjoyed her time at Purdue competing and advocating her beloved dairy industry

Logan Endicott: Early graduate's rewarding ride at Purdue included internships and study abroad


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