Killbuck's Lamp named ‘outstanding’ student at OSU ATI

Killbuck's Lamp named ‘outstanding’ student at OSU ATI
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Marissa Lamp of Killbuck has been recognized as an outstanding student at the Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute in Wooster.

                        

Marissa Lamp of Killbuck has been recognized as an outstanding student at the Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute. She graduated May 2 with an Associate of Applied Science degree in greenhouse management.

Lamp achieved dean’s list honors in the autumn and spring semesters of 2019. She was selected by the Garden Club of America as a recipient of the Katherine M. Grosscup Scholarship. Lamp earned an American FFA Degree, a distinction achieved by fewer than 2 percent of FFA members. She also earned a commercial and greenhouse pesticides applicator license.

Lamp completed an internship with Mohican Gardens and Greenhouse in Mohicanville and worked as a student assistant in one of the research greenhouses at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center.

Following graduation, Lamp intends to pursue employment at a public garden with the long-range goal of owning a botanical garden and greenhouse.

Ohio State ATI is located on the Wooster campus of the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. In keeping with the Ohio State University’s land grant mission, ATI provides affordable, accessible associate degree programs that lead directly to employment or bachelor’s degrees.


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