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CS-Lancaster Farming, Saturday, May 14, 1994
COLLEGE PARK. Md.
Awards woe presented recently to.
10 students and faculty members
at the University of Maryland at
College Park during the College
of Agriculture Alumni Chapter’s
27th annual reunion and awards
banquet in Columbia.
The following UMCP College
of Agriculture faculty “Excel
lence” awards were presented:
• Instruction. Leon H. Slaugh
ter, assistant professor of agro
nomy, has been a UMCP faculty
member since 1988. Dr. Slaughter
chairs the croty science curriculum
committee, and he is a mentor to
minority students at UMCP and
• Research. J. Scott Angle, pro
fessor of agronomy, has been a
UMCP faculty member since
1981. On Feb. 21, Dr. Angle be
came acting associate director of
the Maryland Agricultural Experi
ment Station on an interim basis.
Angle is recognized international
ly as a leader in soil microbiology.
• Extension. Dr. Douglas W.
Lipton, assistant professor of agri
cultural and resource economics,
has been a marine economics spe
cialist for the cooperative exten
sion service since 1988. Lipton is
coordinator of the CES Sea Grant
program and executive director of
the Mid-Atlantic Regional Marine
Dr. Paul H. Mazzochi, dean of
1 E. Main SI.
Ephrata, Pa. 17522
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Ag Students, Faculty Receive Recognition
the College of Life Sciences at
UMCP, was named an honorary
member of the College of Agricul
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W. David Thompson of Street,
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earned a bachelor’s degree in
horticulture at UMCP in 1975. He
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Six students were recognized
for their various achievements.
• Laurie Zimmerman, an agri
cultural resource economics sen
ior from Frederick, and Scott
Page, a prebusiness ag economics
junior from Binghamton, N.Y.,
were chosen as the College of
Agriculture Alumni Scholarship
• Beth Petersohn, a nutrition
and food science major from Nor
ristown, Pa., and Melissa L. Tro
check, a landscape architecture
major from Millersville, Pa., both
graduating seniors, were, each re
cognized for their service as an
agriculture student ambassador.
Trocheck also received the Col
lege of Agriculture’s Outstanding
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The College of Agriculture Alumni Chapter, University of Maryland at College Park
(UMCP), recently recognized two outstanding 1994 graduates. Offering congratula
tions were Dr. William E. Klrwan, president of UMCP, left, and Dr. Marla S. Mclntosh,
acting associate dean of the College of Agriculture, right. The honorees are, left to
right, Laura S. Showed of Rlverdale (Prince George’s County), ornamental horticul
ture major at the Institute of Applied Agriculture, and Melissa L. Trocheck of Millers
vide, Pa., landscape architecture major.
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