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Early Achievement Alumni Awards at OSU Lima

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The awards go to students who have attended or graduated from Ohio State in the last ten years, and have found achievement in a career, civic involvement, or both. The awards go to students who have attended or graduated from Ohio State in the last ten years, and have found achievement in a career, civic involvement, or both.
The Ohio State Lima Homecoming Court was also honored tonight at the program, the King and Queen for the Lima Campus will be picked this weekend down in Columbus. The Ohio State Lima Homecoming Court was also honored tonight at the program, the King and Queen for the Lima Campus will be picked this weekend down in Columbus.

The Ohio State University of Lima honoring those students who have worked hard to find success in their profession or community soon after they graduated. 

Thursday evening, the university handed out their first ever Early Achievement Alumni Awards. The awards go to students who have attended or graduated from Ohio State in the last ten years, and have found achievement in a career, civic involvement, or both. The first two award winners are Tyler Buckland who was the youngest person to be named program director of the Center for Autism and Dyslexia, and Kristin Schafer who is a Captan in the Air Force and a surgical resident who is looking at specializing in pediatric surgery. 

"It’s an honor, it’s nice to see my hard work recognized and it’s definitely a big deal and I'm excited," commented Tyler Buckland.

"Ohio State Lima is a real close knit community, I am still in contact with a lot of my professors, a lot of the friends I made here. So it’s nice to comeback home and reconnect with everybody, and this award is a great opportunity to do that," said Kristin Schafer, MD.

The Ohio State Lima Homecoming Court was also honored tonight at the program, the King and Queen for the Lima Campus will be picked this weekend down in Columbus. 

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