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CASNR Student Council Application
CASNR Student Council is the “student government” of the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, and comprised of two branches. The Executive branch is made up of 11 executives. The Representative of CASNR Student Council is made up of representatives selected by each of the clubs/organizations within the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. The CASNR Student Council executives coordinate many of the club/organization activities throughout the year. Freshmen and Transfer Representatives are selected to help coordinate the activities sponsored by the CASNR Student Council. They attend all of the executive meetings as well as CASNR Student Full Council meetings. They also are placed under an executive as an intern in order to learn the roles of that position and help the executive in various ways.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016
CASNR Student Council Internal Affairs Application
The purposes of the Internal Affairs Committee shall be to conduct the regular and special elections of the CASNR Student Association, review the standing documentation of the Association, evaluate the performance of the officers of the Executive Council, monitor the standing of the clubs recognized by the Executive Council, and investigate those complaints brought to its attention by any member of the Association.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016
CASNR Student Council Public Relations Committee
Members of the Public Relations Committee will be responsible for assisting the CASNR Student Council Reporter plan and organize CASNR’s participation in university functions such as homecoming, and CASNR Week, as well as other events throughout the year. Additionally, committee members will be expected to be proficient in both written and oral communication skills.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016
Undergraduate Research Video Competition
Research is a vital part of the mission here at OSU, and some of the most exciting research experiences and outcomes occur when undergraduate students become actively involved in research, usually working closely alongside faculty and/or graduate students. We want to hear those exciting stories! So we are inviting submissions of brief videos that respond to the prompt: ‘Undergraduate research changed my _____________!’
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016
Legislative Internship in Agriculture
The Legislative Internship in Agriculture is designed to provide the intern with a working knowledge of the structure and operational procedures of Oklahoma state government and to observe and evaluate firsthand the opportunities of a career in politics or public service. Completed applications can be submitted to 136 AG Hall by 5 p.m. Friday, November 13, 2015. Finalists will be interviewed.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016
AFA Policy Institute
Each March, Agriculture Future of America hosts 40 outstanding college men and women in Washington, D.C., for the AFA Policy Institute. This program connects students to their legislative representatives and the policy process. Applications are due November 30 and selected students will be in Washington, D.C. March 13-16, 2016.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016
AFA Food Institute
If you are interested in learning more about what it takes to get food on your table, this Institute is for you! What happens after the raw ingredients leave the farm? From production and processing to R&D and marketing to packaging and everything in between, AFA Food Institute delegates are sure to leave with a broader picture of the food industry. Applications are due November 30 and selected students will be in Chicago, Illinois, February 7-9, 2016.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016
CASNR Outstanding Senior Award Application
Each spring semester the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources acknowledges outstanding seniors within CASNR who have accomplished extraordinary achievements in the areas of academics, leadership, scholarly activity, community involvement and career development. From submitted applications a committee of CASNR faculty, staff and administrators selects a group of senior students to be awarded recognition as CASNR Seniors of Distinction, and then selects from the Seniors of Distinction the Dean's Award Winners and the CASNR Outstanding Senior awardee. Applications for the CASNR Senior Awards become available each November 15 and must be submitted on or before January 15.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016
Browning Outstanding Freshman Application
In 1995, Dr. Charles Browning, then Dean of the Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, established the Charles and Magda Browning Outstanding Freshman Award. The annual award is given to a sophomore student, selected from departmental nominations, who has exhibited academic accomplishment, evidence of leadership, participation in organizations, and who has received honors or recognition during his/her freshman year. Dr. Browning retired from OSU in 1997 having served the Division for 17 years.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016
Frank D. Lucas Policy Internship
Congressman Frank Lucas has represented Oklahoma's Third Congressional District since 1994. The Third District is one of the most culturally, socially and ethnically diverse in the nation. Congressman Lucas serves on three U.S. House committees: the House Agriculture Committee, the House Committee on Financial Services and the House Committee on Science and Technology. This internship is designed to enable students from the OSU College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR) to work in the United States House of Representatives on policy issues associated with Congressman Lucas's committee responsibilities. Applications are due by 5 p.m. on January 25 in 136 Ag Hall.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016