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Students who have an interest in the livestock and meat industry are encouraged to apply for a monetary scholarship presented in memory of Sleeter Bull.
The scholarship winners will be selected based on scholarship (30%), involvement in the meats and livestock industry (30%), undergraduate activities (particularly those related to meat science) (30%) and community and public service (10%).
The scholarships are made possible from the proceeds of the annual auction of the Illinois State Fair Champion Ham, Bacon and Processed Beef.
The scholarship shall be granted to a student a) based on academic merit whose grade point averages (GPA) are above the average GPA of all students in the Department of Animal Sciences and b) who (1) show promise of future support for the equine industry in Illinois and the United States through efforts such as being a contributing member of a family that owns and breeds horses as a business or for pleasure; (2) participate in research, teaching and extension; and (3) provide excellent professional support to the equine world. Le Sage have created an endowment fund to provide a scholarship to undergraduates in the College of ACES.
Robert and Marie Douglas, Douglas-Kalmar Farms, Robinson, Illinois, donated purebred cattle to the University of Illinois Department of Animal Sciences for use in teaching programs and to develop income for undergraduate scholarship support.
The sale of these purebred cattle provide for an annual scholarship to an outstanding Junior or Senior student enrolled in the Department of Animal Sciences and interested in a career in the The family of Alex Edgar has provided the University of Illinois Foundation with a monetary gift which provides for the annual presentation of the Alex Edgar Beef Production Scholarship to an outstanding Junior or Senior student enrolled in the College of ACES and interested in a career in the beef industry.
With a lifetime of dedication and devotion to animals and education, Drs. Any transfer student enrolled in the Department of Animal Sciences who has completed at least one semester at the University of Illinois may apply for the scholarship.
Preference for scholarship recipients goes to Animal Sciences students who have been members of the livestock and/or meat evaluation teams and to transfer students with experience in judging at the community college level.
John Killam served as Director of Legislation for over 20 years for the Illinois Beef Association and the Illinois Association of Meat Processors.