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Graduate Students Earn Scholarships

Three NDSU Plant Sciences graduate students earned scholarships from state and national plant science and cereal science associations.

Three NDSU Plant Sciences graduate students earned scholarships from state and national plant science and cereal science associations.

Plant Sciences M.S. student Ryan Buetow was named by the NDSU College of Agriculture, Food Systems and Natural Resources as a recipient of the North Dakota Soybean Council Graduate Student Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to a deserving graduate student who is involved in research that will benefit the soybean industry. Ryan's adviser is Dr. Hans Kandel, Extension agronomist and Plant Sciences professor.

Cereal Science Ph.D. student Elena De La Pena is a recipient of a graduate fellowship for 2014-2015, contributed by the American Association of Cereal Chemists International (AACCI) Anheuser Busch/Campbell Fellowship Fund. The purpose of the AACCI fellowship program is to encourage graduate research in grain-based food science and technology. Elena's adviser is Dr. Frank Manthey, durum and pasta quality project leader and Plant Sciences professor.

Cereal Science Ph.D. student Ramon Huerta is a recipient of a graduate scholarship for 2014-2015, contributed by the American Society of Brewing Chemists (ASBC) MillerCoors Scholarship Fund. The scholarships are available to ASBC student members pursuing graduate degrees in areas pertinent to brewing science. Ramon's adviser is Dr. Paul Schwarz, malting barley quality project leader and Plant Sciences professor.

Author: Kamie Beeson, 701-231-7123, kamie.a.beeson@ndsu.edu

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