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With your generous gifts, the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences and Extension are able to provide scholarships and fellowships, state-of-the-art equipment for teaching and research, and a variety of other important Extension programs.
  • School of Economic Sciences (formerly Agricultural and Resource Economics and the Department of Economics)

  •  Scholarships
    • E.J. Working Scholarship
      Available to a full time, regularly enrolled students in the School of Economic Sciences. Scholarship shall be awarded on the basis of academic achievement, financial need, and other relevant considerations.
    • Wallace (Wally) A. Rehberg Scholarship
      Student must have a Junior or Senior class standing and declared their major in either Agricultural Economics or Agribusiness in the School of Economic Sciences.
  •  Supporting Funds
    • Distinguished Professorship in Agricultural and Resource Economics
      Support high quality teaching and scholarly work on the economics of agriculture, the food system, resource and/or environmental issues. Supported efforts contribute to the strategic goals of the School of Economic Sciences. The proceeds from the endowment fund may be used to supplement the salary of the holder of the chair/professorship, pay salaries for his or her assistants, and pay expenses associated with the holder’s scholarly work.
    • Sustainable Development Professorship
      The purpose of the endowment fund is to support high quality teaching and scholarly work on the economics of sustainable development. Supported efforts are expected to contribute effectively to the strategic goals of the School of Economic Sciences.
    • Endowed Chair in Small Grains Economics
      The purpose of the endowment fund is to support high quality research and outreach activities regarding the current high-priority economic issues facing the small grains industry.

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