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Veenhuizen, Edward and Sally Graduate Fellowship

Posted by nitcy | February 26, 2013

Ed and Sally Veenhuizen started their life together at Washington State College in 1956. They left Washington State University with two degrees and two children in 1959. After serving four years in the U.S. Air Force, they spent their life in animal agriculture in Indiana. Their three children and their spouses are also in animal agriculture careers. Through this graduate fellowship, Ed and Sally wish to share the blessings that resulted from their WSU days with students aspiring to careers in animal agriculture.

Award Requirements

The proceeds from the endowment fund may be used to provide fellowship stipends in the Department of Animal Sciences to be used by the recipient for such things as tuition and fees, subsistence, research expenses, and other educationally related costs.

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