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Amount: $1000
Available Scholarships

Del and Mary Kay Bowden Beginning Agriculture Professional Scholarship for incoming freshmen or transfer students enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who are residents of Iowa with an interest in exploring careers in farm production preference to students from a farm production background. Sponsor: This program was developed and initially sponsored by the ISU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the ISU Agricultural Endowment For students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who are residents of Iowa, the students.S. citizens, with a minimum grade point average of 2.8 with demonstrated financial need.

Amount: $1000
College of Agriculture Scholarships

Application Information: Complete the College of Agriculture Scholarship application to be considered for this College of Agriculture Scholarship. Application Information: Complete the College of Agriculture Scholarship application and the FAFSA to be considered for this College of Agriculture Scholarship. Agricultural Communication Majors that have completed an agriculture communication internship in Indiana . And Selection Criteri A scholarship for students transferring to the College of Agriculture at Purdue University. The Transfer to Purdue AG Scholarship is given to transfer students for their admitted academic year to Purdue University College of Agriculture. In partnership with the Indiana 4-H Foundation, the Indiana 4-H Youth Development Program annually awards than $125,000.00 in scholarships to 4-H members to pursue post-secondary education.

Available CALS Scholarships

McKinley and Barbara Price Endowment in Memory of Durwood M. North Carolina Meat Processors Association Scholarship in memory of John W.

Department Scholarships

To : Complete and submit Crop and Soil Sciences departmental scholarship application and essay of 1,000 words or less describing the range of testing services and educational resources offered through the AESL One or scholarship awarded to food science students with a demonstrated interest in confectionery science. Scholarship awarded to a food science student of good academic standing with an expressed interest in dairy food science. One or scholarship awarded to food science students based on academic achievement, college extra-curricular activities and a demonstrated desire to pursue a career in food science. Scholarship is awarded to a graduate or food science student of good academic standing with an expressed interest in the field of dairy food science.

Scholarships List

Graduate Plant, Soil, and Environmental Sciences or Animal Sciences major with preference given to students interested in dryland agriculture or feedlot management. Full-time student majoring in agriculture with preference to students interested in the cow-calf or range cattle industry. Junior, senior, or graduate student in the Agricultural Sciences with preference given to a student demonstrating financial need and leadership. Junior or senior plant science major recipient will be from a farm family and demonstrate academic excellence, financial need and leadership activities. Agriculture majors with demonstrated interest in dry land agriculture preference to graduate students with a minimum 3.0 GPA.­. Full-time junior, senior, or graduate plant science majors with preference to students from the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.

Amount: $3000
Scholarships

Huntington Family Scholarship Provides merit based scholarship support to students in the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture with a preference for students who demonstrate leadership skills and are majoring in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems, Animal Science or for students with an interest in agriculture. Lucier Memorial Scholarship Based on academic achievement and financial need, this scholarship provides support for students in the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture with preference to students in wildlife, the plant sciences, forestry, and animal and nutrition sciences. The College Woods Scholarship is dedicated to providing financial help to students and to the recognition of the educational value of the College Woods, East Foss Farm, and other UNH Woodlands, which all play a critical role in the education of UNH students.

Available Scholarships

The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is proud to award well over $3 million in scholarships to the university students each year. Del and Mary Kay Bowden Beginning Agriculture Professional Scholarship for incoming freshmen or transfer students enrolled in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who are residents of Iowa with an interest in exploring careers in farm production preference to students from a farm production background. Russell and Isabel Wise Agricultural Scholarship for students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences with demonstrated financial need. Mike Samuelson Memorial Scholarship will be awarded to a central Iowa graduating senior from the Ogden area attending Iowa State University with a major in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Lakes Scholarship for Women and Minorities in Agriculture.

Amount: $1050
Sustainability Center

Amount: $1,354Granted To: Kimia KajbafProject Description: Kimia Kajbaf Shiraz, a doctoral student in animal and veterinary science, was awarded $1,354 to design an efficient organic waste management system that uses fly larvae to bio-convert compost, collected from Vandals Dining, into high-quality larvae. Amount: $866.01Granted To: Madison BassProject Description: Madison Bass is a sopho pursuing degrees in agricultural education and 4-H Youth Development and Agribusiness. During the course of this grant, the Soil Stewards have moved their hoop houses from their old site on Plant Science Road to their new farm behind WinCo. The funding received from the grant has allowed them to repair hoop houses with new plastic coverings and concrete and wooden bases.

Amount: $1000
Scholarships

Kelley Endowed Animal Science Scholarship: $1,000 awarded to a full-time graduate student majoring in agriculture, animal science, or related field of study be a teaching assistant and or research assistant in the Animal Science Program and maintain a minimum overall GPA of 3.0. Reeves Family Endowment Scholarship: At least $1,000 at least one award annually full-time sopho junior or senior at SHSU major in field of agriculture minimum 3.0 GPA demonstrated financial need. Wallace Erwin Ernst Memorial Agricultural Engineering Technology Scholarship:$2.000 awarded to a full-time junior or senior majoring in Agricultural Engineering Technology or a graduate student majoring in Agriculture with a specialization in Agricultural Engineering Technology maintain a minimum overall GPA of 2.75.

Amount: $1000
Scholarships

One to three scholarships awarded annually to students enrolled full-time in agricultural communications by the Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership. Selection based on academic achievement, involvement in Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow, leadership activities and financial need. This job requires the college course work equivalent to a junior in Agricultural Communications at Oklahoma State University agricultural communications graduate students also may apply. $1,000 award given to a junior or senior student majoring in agricultural communications or agricultural communications animal science. The recipient of this scholarship must be a full-time sopho in Agricultural Communications with a minimum 3.0 GPA. $500 award for a full-time student majoring in agricultural communications pursuing a career in print media.