FAIRFAX, Va. — The Pest Administration Basis has awarded a complete of $10,000 in scholarships to 5 college college students finding out city entomology at faculties throughout america. The Pest Administration Basis Scholarship Program identifies and rewards the perfect and brightest minds in undergraduate and graduate applications throughout the nation, supporting the subsequent era of city entomologists who will develop into a part of our trade sooner or later.
The 2019 Pest Administration Basis Scholarship recipients are:
• Sudip Gaire, PhD Candidate, Purdue College
• Maria Gonzalez, PhD Candidate, North Carolina State College
• Allison Johnson, PhD Candidate, College of Georgia
• Joanne King, PhD Candidate, Texas A&M College
• Tarolyn Plumley, Undergraduate Pupil, College of Florida
Annually, the Pest Administration Basis awards as much as 5 scholarships, to not exceed $2,000 every, to college students at accredited entomology applications at U.S. faculties or universities. At present enrolled undergraduate (junior or senior 12 months) or graduate college students majoring in entomology and targeted on city pest administration are eligible. College students will need to have accomplished at the least two semesters of research, and be full time college students in good educational standing. Just one scholarship is awarded per school or college every year.