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Scholarships Awarded to Students at MSU’s College of Vet Medicine
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GreenStone recently announced it has awarded scholarships to seven students attending the Michigan State University (MSU) College of Veterinary Medicine.



GreenStone Awards $21,000 in Scholarships to Students at MSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine


Cultivating the next generation of agricultural leaders is critical to the sustained success of agriculture, and GreenStone Farm Credit Services is committed to preparing tomorrow’s leaders for their careers in this diverse industry. The East Lansing, Michigan, based cooperative recently announced it has awarded scholarships to seven students attending the Michigan State University (MSU) College of Veterinary Medicine.

Each of the following students will receive a $3,000 scholarship to help them pursue their education at MSU: Timothy Eagan (Sturgis, MI), LeeAnn Kroll (Alpena, MI), Henry Reinart (Hopkins, MI), Stephanie Roggenbuck (Harbor Beach, MI), Jacquelyn Rowley (Richmond, MI), Levi Smith (Walnut Bottom, PA), and Jessica Zalucha (Dexter, MI).

“These students are passionate about veterinary medicine and helping preserve the legacy of Michigan’s agriculture industry, and they are each very deserving of the scholarship,” said Melissa Rogers, GreenStone’s vice president of marketing and public relations. “As an organization, we feel it is important to help these students succeed as they will be the next generation of veterinarians helping our members maintain healthy and productive herds.”

In addition to the scholarships awarded by the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine, GreenStone will also distribute $12,000 in scholarships to students pursuing an undergraduate degree in agriculture at MSU and the University of Wisconsin this summer.