PULLMAN, Wash. — Megan Beyerlin, a junior from Centerville, was named Capital Press Outstanding Junior in Consumer and Family Sciences at the 41st annual awards banquet of Washington State University’s College of Agriculture and Home Economics on Saturday (April 15).
Beyerlin, an honors student in the general dietetics program of the food science and human nutrition department, is a student member of the American Dietetics Association, the Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity and the Student Nutrition Awareness Club. She also has helped recruit students for the university as a student Ambassador for the College of Agriculture and Home Economics.
Beyerlin received a $500 cash award from the Capital Press regional agricultural weekly newspaper of Salem, Ore.
She is the daughter of Bert and Nancy Beyerlin, 445 Olson Rd., Centerville.
At he same banquet, the names of 64 students were added to the Dean’s Honor Roll, scholarships worth $546,465 were awarded to 288 students and college faculty and staff were honored for their achievements.
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