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Published: Friday, Oct. 11, 2013 10:11 a.m. CDT

Iowa State University

AMES — The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Iowa State University recognized its scholarship recipients for the current academic year.

The college and its departments award more than $2 million in scholarships each year. Students interested in enrolling in the college and applying for scholarships should go to http://www.cals.iastate.edu/scholarships/. The application deadline is Jan. 15 for incoming freshmen.

Scholarship awards for this academic year were presented to these students from the Creston News Advertiser area:

Clearfield – Karl Kerns, Allen E. Christian Swine Industry Scholarship and Fred Foreman Scholarship for Growth in Leadership Participation; and Matthew Kerns, Fred Foreman Scholarship for Growth in Leadership Participation and Homer K. Hansen AGR Scholarship.

Corning – Ella Akin, Degener-Owen Family Scholarship; Madison Shuey, Future of Agriculture Scholarship; and Stacie Shuler, Kiley and Marie Powers Scholarship Program in the Plant Sciences.

Creston — Samantha Smith, Ag Processing Inc (AGP) Scholarship.

Greenfield – Rob Mensing, Growmark, Inc. Scholarship.

Mount Ayr – April Shields, C.R. Musser/ISU Agricultural Endowment Freshman Scholarship.

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Buena Vista University

STORM LAKE — The following students were named to the Buena Vista University’s graduate and professional studies dean’s list for term six at the Creston site:

• Hector Anguiano

• David Ayers

• Elizabeth Hartstack

• Cassandra Havlik

• Stephanie Mahoney

• Rachel Phillips

• Donna Ramsey

• Hilary Runyan

• Christine Sherrod

• Brittany Stafford

• Elizabeth Vanderflught

• Gena Ward

Students named to the dean’s list must have a minimum grade point average of 3.5 for the two terms, based on a 4.0 grade point system, and must have taken at least 12 hours of coursework.

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