Varying number of $1,000 awards to students with potential career
interests in farm management, rural appraisal, agricultural finance or
agri-business management. Funds provided by members of this
professional organization, and also from memorial funds in honor of
Plynn Decker and Roger Gish, past members of the Society.
$750 scholarship awarded to a student majoring in agribusiness or plant
and/or soil sciences. Preference will be given to those students with
a demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in the fertilizer,
chemical or seed industry.
$1,000 award to a junior or senior level Animal Sciences student with a
strong academic record and a commitment to a Veterinary Medicine
career. Funds in memory of Dr. Hunt, a noted Champaign County
veterinarian in the 1930's and 1940's.
One $1,000 scholarship per year given to a student with career
interests in the grain and feed merchandising area. Funds received in
memory of Herb Hoemann, executive vice president of the Illinois Grain
and Feed Association from 1969-1985.
Two $1,000 scholarships awarded annually to a junior or senior level
student with preference given to students with demonstrated scholastic
achievement, farm background, and with a career interest in livestock
production. Funded by classmates and friends of former residents of
Hill Hall, an agricultural student house at the University of Illinois
in 1940-43, who have since passed away including six members who
sacrificed their lives in World War II.
One $1,000 award to a junior or senior with a rural background majoring
in an agri-business related program of study in the Department of
Agricultural and Consumer Economics. Funded by GROWMARK, Inc. in honor
of Mr. Herndon who was the company President from 1931-1959.
$500 scholarship available to an entering freshman in an agricultural
curriculum from Randolph County. Second priority to an entering
freshman from counties adjacent to Randolph County. Funds provided by
the late Mr. Albert Hennrich in honor of his son, a 1979 graduate of
Southern Illinois University.
One or more scholarships each year to a student in agricultural curricular in memory of Mr. Hendrickson; and one or more scholarships each year to a student in one of the following programs: Consumer Economics and Finance; Dietetics; Human Nutrition; Human Development and Family Studies or Hospitality Management.
Varying number of $500 scholarships available yearly to College of
Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences students with a
strong academic record who are majoring in one of the agricultural
sciences. Funds from the estate of Mr. Hellenthal who attended the
University of Illinois in the 1930's.
Three $1,000 awards given to
junior or senior level students with a rural background enrolled in the
College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.
Preference to students preparing for a career in Agribusiness,
Agri-Accounting, Crop Sciences, Technical Systems Management or