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SWFC Annual Scholarship Program

Joe Eddleman scholarship

The Southwestern Fertilizer Conference Joe Eddleman scholarships are available to any relative of a SWFC participant who is currently enrolled, or will be within the next nine months, in an accredited advanced educational institution.  The conference will award four $5,000 scholarships in 2023.

2015 Winners
2016 Winners
2017 Winners
  • John Daniel Day, Murray State University
    Son of John Day, CGB Fertilizer

  • Heidi Keck, Baylor University
    Daughter of Matt Keck, CGB Fertilizer

  • Jorge Dunklau, South Dakota State University
    Son of Samantha Dunklau, Nulex

  • Lindsey Forshee, University of Mississippi
    Daughter of Timothy Forshee, Carolina Eastern Inc. - Pensacola

  • Tyler Feist, Colorado State University
    Son of Kelvin Feist, Intrepid Potash

  • John Day, Murray State University
    Son of John R. Day III, CGB Fertilizer

  • Ereka Hunt, Washington University in St. Louis
    Daughter of Bart Hunt, PotashCorp

  • Brooke Johnson, Harding University
    Daughter of Scott Johnson, ADM

  • Nicholas Voichahoske, South Dakota State University
    Son of Gary Voichahoske, Consolidated Sourcing Solutions

  • Lauren Lopez, Georgia Institute of Technology
    Daughter of Margaret Lopez, CSX

  • Erin Flahive, Kansas State University
    Son of Kevin Flahive, Koch Fertilizer

  • Savannah Avery, McLennan College
    Granddaughter of Jack Griffin, Texas Farm Products

2018 Winners
2019 Winners
2020 Winners
  • Danni Poole, West Texas A&M University, Daughter of Danny Poole, Poole Chemical Co.​

  • Emma Kate Few, SMU, Daughter of Trey Few, K+S North America

  • Clara Keck, Christian Educational Consortium, Daughter of Matthew Keck, CGB Fertilizer

  • Caitlin Gustafson, Sierra College, Daughter of Andrew Gustafson, Tessenderlo Kerley

  • Ethan Day, Murray State University, Son of John Day III, Helm Fertilizer Corp.

  • Joshua Reeder, Mississippi State University, Son of Lance Reeder, The Mosaic Co.

  • Kaleb Scott, Texas Tech University, Grandson of Howard Wittig, PotashCorp

  • Grace Ann Stewart, University of Mississippi, Daughter of Mark Stewart, Drexel Chemical Co.

  • Michaela Shaw Kandzer, University of Florida

       Daughter of Keith Shaw, Mayo Fertilizer

  • Emma Simpson, North Carolina State University

       Daughter of George Simpson, Yara North           America​

  • Jake Duke, Middle Tennessee State University

       Son of John Duke, Tennessee Farmer's               Co-Op

  • Cheney Hopkins, West Texas A&M University

       Daughter of James Hopkins, Nutrien

2021 Winners
2022 Winners
2023 Winners
  • Eric Hamilton, Maggie L. Walker Governor's School, Son of Charles M. Hamilton, AdvanSix

  • Mya McArthur, Boise State University, Daughter of Rodney McAthur, JR Simplot Company

  • Kayla Reynolds, The University of British Columbia, Daughter of Richard Reynolds, Sollio Agriculture

  • Emma Simpson, North Carolina State University, Daughter of George Simpson, Yara North America

  • Rachel Hill, Mississippi State University, Mark Spiller, Yara North America

  • Jordan Howell, Iowa State University, daughter of Glen Howell, Calcium Products

  • Bethany Martinek, West Texas A&M University, daughter of Donnie Martinek, Martinek Grain and Bins

  • Taylor Reynolds, University of British Columbia, daughter of Richard Reynolds, Sollio Agriculture

  • Tristan Chambers, University of Saskatchewan, daughter of Jarrett Chambers, ATP Nutrition

  • Joseph Gladden, University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, grandson of Dan Gladden, Borax, Western Ag Minerals

  • Brock Niederer, Brigham Young University-Idaho, son of Jake Niederer, Archer Daniels Midland

  • Emma Simpson, North Carolina State University, daughter of George Simpson, Yara North America

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