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Lakeland College Scholarships

W3718 South Drive, Cth M Tuition In/Out-State: $20,330 / $20,330 Total Fall Enrollment: 3,936
Plymouth , WI 53073 Books and Supplies: $950 Applicants Admitted: 82%
(920) 565-2111 On-campus Room and Board: $7,340 Receiving Aid of Some Type: 100% Undergraduate Application Fee: - Receiving Institutional Aid: 100% , $8,909 on average
Source: National Center for Education Statistics

Dean’s Scholarship

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Amount: $500.00 Raymond R. Beneke (1919-2005) was born on the family farm near Laurens, in rural Pocahontas County, Iowa. He graduated from Iowa State College in 1940. After teaching high school and serving in the U.S. Army, Beneke undertook graduate studies in agricultural economics at Iowa State in 1945. He continued his graduate work at the University of Minnesota where he received a Ph.D. in agricultural economics in 1949. Dr. Beneke joined the Department of Economics in 1948 and served on the faculty of Iowa State University for more than 40 years. He served as the Economics Department's Chair from 1973 until 1984, and became a professor emeritus in 1992. In the early years of Dr. Beneke's career, he provided leadership in the development of the Economics Department's agricultural business program. In 1968, he received the Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award from the American Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA). He received a faculty citation from the ISU Alumni Association in 1975. He served as Secretary/Treasurer of the AAEA from 1985 until 1996 and was named a Fellow in 1996. Dr. Beneke was a strong supporter of international programs, especially poverty relief programs. Dr. Beneke had summer assignments in Peru and Mexico in the 1960s and in Peru and Zambia during the 1980s and early 1990s. Professor Beneke also put a premium on excellence in teaching and advising students. He played an influential role in the professional lives of many students. Selection criteria: Ag Business major; sophomore or junior classification. Academic excellence. Preference given to applicants interested in participating in international programs and/or professional meetings and/or research projects. Awarded during junior year. Application deadline: February 4
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