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Outstanding undergraduates recognized in agronomy, crop, soil, and environmental sciences
Date:4/4/2008

MADISON, WI, APRIL 4, 2008 The American Society of Agronomy (ASA), Crop Science Society of America (CSSA), and Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) recognize the following undergraduate students as Outstanding Seniors as part of the 2008 National Student Recognition Program announced in the April 2008 CSA News, the Societies news magazine.

The 2008 National Student Recognition Program recognizes 36 outstanding undergraduate seniors enrolled in agronomy, crop, soil, or environmental science departments that have active student chapters affiliated with the Students of Agronomy, Soils, and Environmental Sciences (SASES), an undergraduate student program of ASA, CSSA, and SSSA. Each year, top-notch seniors are selected for the award based on their scholarship, leadership, and participation. The students receive a plaque as part of their recognition and also become eligible to apply for the Frank D. Keim Fellowship if they are pursuing a graduate degree.

The 2008 Outstanding Seniors are:

  • Margaret Bailey, University of Arkansas
  • Adam J. Beilke, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
  • Thomas G. Bottoms and David T. Guerena, California Polytechnic State University
  • Chad Brabham, Western Illinois University
  • Mathew T. Braun, Oklahoma State University
  • Genevieve Christ, Pennsylvania State University
  • George Clements, University of Kentucky
  • Mark C. Doroh, Auburn University
  • Amy G. Fannon, Virginia Tech
  • Leah Ferdinand, Kansas State University
  • David Fleming, University of Georgia
  • Clinton Gill, University of Maryland
  • Beatrix J. Haggard, Tarleton State University
  • Jon Iverson, Oregon State University
  • Wendy A. Jones, University of Tennessee
  • Nathan H. Karplus, University of Illinois
  • Alexander J. Lindsey, Michigan State University
  • Joyce Lok, Purdue University
  • William H. Mack, North Dakota State University
  • Adam P. Mayer, University of Minnesota
  • Callie M
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Contact: Sara Uttech
suttech@agronomy.org
608-268-4948
Crop Science Society of America
Source:Eurekalert

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