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The American Society of Agronomy in Wisconsin shares a close relationship with the Crop Science Society of America (CSSA), and the Soil Science Society of America (SSSA). These organizations offer multiple scholarships.
The California Weed Science Society (CWSS) - CWSS offers three programs to assist California students in two- or four-year colleges with an interest in weed or invasive plant management: Scholarships: Several up to $2,000 each are offered annually.
The Idaho Weed Control Association (IWCA) - IWCA offers scholarship assistance to Idaho residents who are or will be studying at University of Idaho students, and plan to pursue a career in an area related to plant protection or weed control. Scholarship amounts vary depending on number of recipients each year. Applicants need to be a junior, senior or graduate student at the time they receive the award.
Missouri Corn Growers Association and Missouri Corn Merchandising Council - Missouri Corn programs award a total of $7,500 in student scholarships each year to deserving high school students and college juniors.
Texas A&M University, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences - The College of Agriculture & Life Sciences at Texas A&M is the largest of its kind in the nation, with 14 different departments for specialization. Incoming freshmen and transfer students are eligible for university-wide scholarships. In addition, the College offers a host of scholarships for agronomy-related fields.
Kansas State University, Department of Agronomy - K-State offers more than 40 scholarships for agronomy undergraduates and 23 for graduate students.
Louisiana State University, School of Plant, Environmental & Soil Sciences - Several scholarships LSU’s College of Agriculture are tailored for undergraduates and graduates in agronomy.
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