Schwartz gets NCGA scholarship

Jessica Schwartz, Farmdale, a first-year graduate student at Ohio State University specializing in horticulture and crop sciences, has received a $1,000 scholarship from the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA).

The NCGA Academic Excellence in Agriculture Scholarship Program awarded five $1,000 scholarships during the 2011 Commodity Classic to undergraduate or graduate students pursuing a degree in an agriculture-related field. Winners also received a trip to Commodity Classic and special recognition during the NCGA awards banquet.

“Supporting passionate agriculture students is a commitment that the NCGA takes very seriously,” said Pam Johnson, a Corn Board member and liaison to the Grower Services Action Team. “Providing students with the financial resources to complete their education is the key to building strong agricultural leaders of tomorrow. We thank BASF for its integral role and support in these scholarships. Together we are laying the foundation for future industry success.”

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