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Our Katelyn Fritz, senior, was selected as the first-place winner of the American Seed Trade Association's "Better Seed, Better Life" student video competition. Katelyn's focus is in plant breeding and biotechnology.

Katelyn produced the video during her internship with Semilla Nueva, a small nonprofit working to sustainably overcome chronic malnutrition in Guatemala through biofortified corn.

The contest was sponsored by ASTA, the National Association of Plant Breeders, and the Tri-Socities (American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America and the Soil Science Society of America.)

 

Adam Guy is a Senior in Agronomy with a minor in Agricultural Business. This summer, Adam worked for the Iowa Soybean Association located in Ankeny, Iowa. Adam has been working on collecting data for soybean cyst nematode, cover crops, row spacing and corn root worm fields studies.

“My role within the Iowa Soybean Association is working with the on-farm network to collect research data from on farm trials across the state of Iowa. Then I analyze the data collected and use it to correlate the results," Adam said. “I learned how to create detailed research trials and how to effectively collect, analyze, and correlate data. Then, use the data collected to provide valid research to benefit farmer’s operations to improve the quality and quantity of the crop produced.”

Our Stephanie Shuler (senior) won the West Central Division Outstanding Intern Award with Helena Chemical Company. Stephanie was a summer sales and agronomy intern for the Hutchinson, KS, wholesale location. During her summer internship, Stephanie worked with many of Helena’s dealer customers, positioning Helena’s proprietary product lines and managing product trials across the central Kansas market. This was Stephanie’s second summer as an intern with Helena. In 2016, she gained experience working at Helena’s retail location in Montgomery, IN.

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