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Date:9/7/2010

nited Soybean Board. The 2010 United Soybean Board Fellowship will be presented to:

    Kyle Kocak University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Kyle Kocak is a graduate student in the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He received a B.S. in agronomy from Iowa State University. Kocak's research is focused on iron deficiency chlorosis in soybeans.

    Trulie Campbell Purdue University. Trulie Campbell is a graduate student in the Agronomy Department at Purdue University in Soybean Breeding and Plant Genetics. Campbell received a B.S. from Purdue University. Her program focuses mainly on improving genetic traits in soybeans to common agronomic problems, including soybean aphid resistance. She served as a teaching assistant for several agronomic labs at Purdue, a graduate research assistant in her own lab and is currently completing her second internship with Monsanto Company to identify aphid resistant soybean varieties.

  • The Cross-Cultural Experience Program is awarded to an undergraduate student going on a study abroad. It provides the student with summer learning and working experience to learn more about agricultural sciences and agricultural education through international agricultural programs. It also provides an opportunity for students to live with students of another culture and language. It is funded through the Agronomic Science Foundation, Lewis B. Nelson Fund. The 2010 Cross-Cultural Experience Scholarship will be presented to: April Maxwell Auburn University. April Maxwell is a sophomore majoring in agronomy and soils at Auburn University. She is also the secretary of the Agronomy Club at Auburn University. After graduation, she plans to acquire a Ph.D. in agronomy. Then she will pursue a career as a professor. She will study abroad at Northwest Agricultural & Forestry University in China during the summer of 2011.

  • The Frank D. Keim Graduate Fellowship is awarded to enhance the
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  • Contact: Sara Uttech
    suttech@sciencesocieties.org
    608-268-4948
    American Society of Agronomy
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