AGEC Senior Spotlights 

2019-2020 


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 on their pictures to read the full interview. Enjoy!


 
Samantha Klemme

Samantha Klemme

There's opportunity around every corner

 

Thomas Letsinger

Thomas Letsinger

Make the most of your every day and always strive to help others 
Kenzie Kretzmeier

Kenzie Kretzmeier

Loves helping others do what they love and encourages students to participate in opportunities that add value
 
Jackson Allen

Jackson Allen

Ready to take on challenges for crop production agriculture in the Corn Belt 

 
Mason Gordon

Mason Gordon

Overcame challenges as a transfer student, had many transformational experience and received a formidable education
Anna Long

Anna Long

 Developed from a very wide variety of experiences; found a supportive community wherever she went, and she traveled much
Nelson Knobloch

Nelson Knobloch

 Made college a personal experience and pursued the things that unveiled passion
Zeb Davis

Zeb Davis

Local product leaving to feed the world after seeing much of it through Purdue experiences 
Morgan Lambrecht

Morgan Lambrecht

Never felt like a small fish in a big pond; stepped outside her comfort zone to DC, KC & around the world 

 
Noah Radde

Noah Radde

Hard work & passion for production agriculture led to discovering how to help farmers through marketing

 
Stephen Schwartz

Stephen Schwartz

Double majored while focusing on building relationships; next step ... heading to grad school 
Brooke Schafer

Brooke Schafer

Student finds new passion after taking a risk with an internship in DC; now applying to law school in pursuit of a career in Ag Policy and Law 
Katriel Marks

Katriel Marks 

Started in Engineering at Purdue; through experiences found enthusiasm for international ag development

Dane Chapman

Dane Chapman

Dynamic, career-motivated student wants to make the world better – eventually through a start-up company 
Megan Arnold

Megan Arnold

Studying abroad for a semester propelled lots of opportunities and entrenched passion for Agriculture  
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