Pfizer/AABP veterinary student scholarships

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Geni WrenPfizer/AABP Foundation scholarship winners Pfizer Animal Health and the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) Foundation are proud to announce that 23 veterinary medicine students received financial support through the 2011 AABP Foundation – Pfizer Animal Health Veterinary Student Scholarship Fund.

This year, the AABP Foundation and Pfizer Animal Health presented 23 students from across the nation with a $5,000 scholarship at the AABP Annual Conference last week in St. Louis, Mo. Travel and lodging costs also were provided to the scholarship recipients to attend the AABP Annual Conference. In the last three years, the AABP Foundation – Pfizer Animal Health Veterinary Student Scholarship Fund has awarded $315,000 in scholarships to 63 veterinary students. 

The 2011 scholarship recipients are:

  • Elisha Adkins, Oregon State University
  • Nicholas Barbu, Michigan State University
  • Curtis Beidel, University of Pennsylvania
  • Joshua Boyden, Cornell University
  • Matt Brewer, Iowa State University
  • Maranda Gonzalez, The Ohio State University
  • Nika Grigsby, University of Florida
  • Scott Hamilton, University of California, Davis
  • Amber Hazel, University of Minnesota
  • Elizabeth Homerosky, The Ohio State University
  • Brandy Lengacher, The Ohio State University
  • Claire McPhee, North Carolina State University
  • Ward Mills, University of Georgia
  • Timothy Perano, University of California, Davis
  • Cassandra Peterson, University of Illinois
  • Andy Pike, Auburn University
  • Haley Resler, Purdue University
  • Molly Riddell, Auburn University
  • Chase Stahl, Iowa State University
  • Brandon Treichler, University of Minnesota
  • Ben Werkhoven, Washington State University
  • Mary Stuart Womack, Texas A&M University
  • Jeremi Wurtz, Iowa State University

Funding for the scholarships is provided by the Pfizer Animal Health FFA and AABP Foundation Support Program, a unique partnership with veterinarians, animal health suppliers and dealers. The program offered a 1 percent rebate on Pfizer Animal Health cattle products from Jan. 1 through March 31, 2011. Participating partners were able to direct funds to any local FFA chapter(s) or the AABP Foundation – Pfizer Animal Health Veterinary Student Scholarship Fund. 



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