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Pi Chi Omega Awards Three $2,000 Scholarships

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The scholarships will be awarded to Amanda L. Eiden, Ph.D. student, University of Florida; Adam Salyer, M.S student, Purdue University; and Mark H. Goodman, Ph.D. student, University of Kentucky

| June 17, 2011

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Pi Chi Omega, the national professional pest management fraternity, has awarded three $2,000 scholarships. The Scholarship Committee selected the following students for this fiscal year.

  • Amanda L. Eiden, Ph.D. student, University of Florida
  • Adam Salyer, M.S student, Purdue University
  • Mark H. Goodman, Ph.D. student, University of Kentucky

Goodman, a repeat recipient, receives the newly created Pi Chi Omega- Dr. Austin Frishman Scholarship. made possible by special contribution mainly by former students of Dr. Frishman. The scholarship checks will be mailed out before the end of June 2011.

 

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