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Date:9/7/2010

f graduate work leading to an M.S. or Ph.D. degree in a field of emphasis within crop science and who has outstanding potential for leadership. The scholarship is supported through a contribution by Mrs. Lorraine Mott and family and contributions to the Agronomic Science Foundation. The 2010 Gerald O. Mott Scholarship will be presented to: James Rutledge Purdue University. James Rutledge received a B.S. and M.S. from North Carolina State University, and a Ph.D. from Purdue University. His doctoral research at Purdue University focused on understanding the morphology and physiology of roughstalk bluegrass. Dr. Rutledge is currently a product development manager working in herbicide development at Bayer CropScience. His responsibilities include commercial development of new herbicide active ingredients and continued expansion of existing registered products.

  • The Golden Opportunity Scholars Institute is a program of the CSSA that matches undergraduates with scientist-mentors during the ASA, CSSA, and SSSA Annual Meetings. The program encourages talented students to enter the crop sciences, cultivate networks, and develop the necessary workforce to sustain the profession. The following undergraduates have been selected as 2010 Golden Opportunity Scholars based on their academic achievements and interest in crop science:

      Carolyn Butts University of Kentucky. Carolyn Butts is a junior in the Plant and Soil Science Department at the University of Kentucky majoring in crop and soil science with minors in mathematics and in statistics. She plans on graduating in May 2012. Her goal is to become a research professor at an academic institution. Her study focuses mainly on plant genetics and production agriculture. Butts is an ambassador for the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, an officer in her college's Ag Student Council, and is an active member in her church and community. She plans on attending graduate school in plant breeding.


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    American Society of Agronomy
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