One or more scholarships of varying amounts awarded to Illinois
resident juniors and seniors in the College based on academic merit and
financial need and who have an interest in biotechnology and/or water
resources and conservation. Funds provided in honor of Mr. Markunas
who received degrees in 1937 and 1940 from the College of Agriculture.
One or more scholarships of varying amounts given yearly to student(s) majoring in one of these areas: Consumer Economics and Finance; Human Nutrition; Dietetics; Human Development and Family Studies or Hospitality Management. Funds provided by Mrs. Mansperger, a Home Economics graduate of the University of Illinois and her husband.
Scholarship(s) awarded to junior and senior level student(s) majoring in one of these areas: Consumer Economics and Finance; Human Nutrition; Dietetics; Human Development and Family Studies or Hospitality Management. Priority given to students with interests in household equipment or energy. Funding provided by the Mamer family in honor of four Mamer home economists.
$500 scholarship to a graduate of a high school in Christian County.
Selection based on academic merit, leadership, good citizenship,
motivation, and commitment to an agricultural career. Funds in memory
of Mr. Lowis, a 1925 graduate who farmed in Christian County (Walnut
Lake Farms) for many years.
One or more
scholarships to students from Mason or Pike Counties. The scholarship
honors Albert Liehr, a 1952 graduate of the College of Agriculture, who
taught vocational agriculture for many years, and his career also
included being a Superintendent of two different school districts.
Funds provided by his son, Dan Liehr, a 1973 graduate of the College of
$500 annual award in memory of Mr. Lewis who was a high school
agriculture teacher for a total of 38 years in Cornell, Illinois, and
later in Hampshire, Illinois. Scholarship established in the estate of
his wife, Trude Ruff Lewis.
Varying number of scholarships provided in the estate of Glenna Lamkin, a Foods and Nutrition faculty member and Extension Specialist in the College of Agriculture from 1930-1969. Scholarships available to undergraduate students enrolled in one of the following: Consumer Economics and Finance, Dietetics, Human Nutrition, Human Development and Family Studies or Hospitality Management.
Freshmen in the
College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences with
financial need and promise of making a contribution to agriculture in
Illinois. At least one-third of annual income shall be awarded to
student or students from Marshall and Putnam Counties. Balance may be
awarded to students residing elsewhere in Illinois. Varying amounts.