The Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln has awarded one-time scholarships to 84 students totaling $184,000 this academic year. Six plant and landscape systems majors are recipients including Dustin Andreasen, sophomore; Charlotte Brockman, junior; Rachel Clarkson, senior; Keeley Conrad, junior; Emma Kuss, junior; Teresa Quinn, freshman; Kaleb Senff, junior; and Kailey Ziegler, junior.
The Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program was established in 2010 by a gift from the Paul and Virginia Engler Foundation. The mission of the program is to embolden people on the courageous pursuit of their purpose through the art and practice of entrepreneurship. The program offers an academic minor while serving as an intersection in which students from a diverse array of majors and business interests can come together in pursuit of the American Dream.
See more information about the Engler Scholarships here.