Two students from Department of Agricultural Economics awarded KLF Youth in Agriculture scholarships
June 12, 2014
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The Kansas Livestock Foundation has awarded 10 “Youth in Agriculture” scholarships to students from across the state for the 2014-15 school year. Funded by proceeds from the club calf sale held during the Kansas Junior Livestock Show, these $1,000 scholarships are presented each year to students entering or returning to a Kansas junior or senior college and pursuing a degree in agriculture or a related field. Six of the recipients will be attending Kansas State University in the fall.
Two students from Department of Agricultural Economics awarded KLF Youth in Agriculture scholarships. Arissa Moyer is the daughter of Jaret and Shawna Moyer from Emporia. She will be a junior this fall and is majoring in agribusiness. Catherine Sharp, daughter of Craig and Sussie Sharp from Humboldt, will be a sophomore majoring in agriculture economics.