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Students Recognized For Special Degrees
NEWARK, Del. At the Uni
versity of Delaware Honors Day
program recently, the achieve
ments of outstanding students
were recognized. The College of
Agricultural Sciences counted
numerous students among those
Eight students were nominated
for a Degree with Distinction.
Christine L. Bongiomo, animal
science and agricultural biochemi
stry, worked on “Differential
Activity of Microbial Phytase
Throughout the Castro-Intestinal
Tract of Chickens.” In the same
department, Brewster F. Kingham
received a Degree with Distinc
tion for work on “Studies with the
Cytadhesins,” and Jennifer E.
Neal for research on “Identifica
tion of the Glycoprotein H. Gene
of Infectious Laryngotracheitis
Virus.” A Degree with Distinction
in entomology and applied ecolo
gy was awarded to Julia K. Bur
zon for her work on “Sexual
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1 variety in late Group 111
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lerant to phytophthora
• Good emerger and has a bushy
plant type that grows to a good
Selection in Diabroticite Cucum
ber Beetles.” Lee M. Walton
worked on “Parental Behavior of
Wood Thrushes at the Nest,” also
in entomology and applied ecolo
gy. Derrick E. Bender worked on
“An Analysis of Soybean Futures
and Cash Prices for the Upper
Eastern Shore” for a Degree with
Distinction in food and resource
economics. A Degree with Dis
tinction in plant and soil sciences
went to Christina M. Hamilton for
her work on “Suppression of Bio
logical Nitrogen Fixation in Soy
beans by Poultry Manure: Impli
cations for Groundwater Quality.”
Another senior from that depart
ment, David P. Tuch, researched
“The Sustainable Home
Twelve students received
Undergraduate Research Awards.
Selected through a competitive
procedure, they received hinds to
conduct undergraduate research
under faculty supervision. Award
winners were Amanda J.
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Archbold, food science; Christine
L. Bongiomo, animal science;
James L. Elliott, agricultural engi
neering; Christina M. Hamilton,
plant and soil sciences; Bret A.
Icenogle, agricultural engineer
ing; Julie L. LaSalle, food science;
Jennifer E. Neal, animal science;
Claudia P.D. Ockert, animal sci-'
ence; Erik B. Schilling, entomolo
gy and applied ecology; Sarah C.
Schroer, animal science: David P.
Tuch, plant and soil sciences; Lee
M. Walton, entomology and
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applied ecology, A group award
went to Todd R. Ahem, Tamara E.
Bagdon, Danielle Barbara, Kim
berly M. Strohmaier, Cheryl L.
Staniszewski and Laura E. Tow
ers, fod science.
Science and Engineering Scho
lars are university sophomores
who*’serve an in-depth research
apprenticeship with a faculty sci
entist. Students chosen each
receive a $2,000 stipend to sup
port a 10-week research appren
ticeship in the summer following
Kempton Country Fair
Friday to Sunday
June 17 • 19
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, Juna 11,19M-A29
The 40th Annual
TOMMY SCHAFFER and the Blue Mountain
Ramblers with Sherry, 7 & 9:15 p.m. VICKI
BIRD, 8:15 and 10:15. Farm Stock Tractor Pull
Single Wheel Stock Pick-up Pulls, 6 p.m.
GARFIELD & LEE, 3 & 5 p.m. Country Rhythm
Band, 7:15 & 10:15 p.m. REX ALLEN JR., 7:15
p.m. & 10:15 p.m. Mountain Madness Off Road
Races, 12 and 6 p.m. children’s Day.
MISS KEMPTON FAIR SCHOLARSHIP
PAGEANT, noon. THE REMNANTS, 4 and 5:15
p.m. THE WHITES, 7 and 9 p.m.. Mountain
Madness Off Road Races, noon. Children’s Pedal
Tractor Pull, Ip.m.
Midway, Rides, Bingo, 100 Exhibitors
FREE ENTERTAINMENT rain or shine
ADMISSION: $4 Per Person;
Children 6 to 12 1/2 price;
under 6 admitted free
their sophomore year. The
research program continues part
time during their junior year.
Recipients were Amanda J.
Archbold, food science; Beth H.
Gutowski, animal science; Julie L.
LaSalle, food science; Patrick A.
Mahaney, animal science; Rebec
ca E. Mathers, food science;
Kevin C. Morley, plant and soil
sciences; James M. NarveL plant
and soil sciences; John E.
O’Reilly and Christopher G.
Randla, animal science.
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