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Four Maui County Students Awarded Monsanto Scholarships

September 16, 2014, 10:07 AM HST
* Updated September 16, 10:08 AM
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Photo courtesy Monsanto Hawaii.

Photo courtesy Monsanto Hawaii.

By Maui Now Staff

Four Maui County students were among 10 individuals across the state who were selected as recipients of the Monsanto Hawaiʻi Life Sciences Scholarship.

Each recipient was awarded a $1,000 scholarship to further their college education in disciplines related to life sciences.

Maui recipients include: Maile Altier, Jessa Emmerich, and Juleen Flory of Lahainaluna High School; and Xrystina Bicoy of Molokaʻi High School.

Other scholarship recipients around the state include: Laurie DeBolt of Keaʻau High School, Regina Miner of Waimea High School, Judy Cacal of Waipahu High School, Kerr Ivan Cirilo of James Campbell High School, Angela Gabriel of James Campbell High School, and Marlene Loui of Moanalua High School.

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Monsanto Company describes its operations as a “global provider of technology-based solutions and agricultural products” that are aimed at improving farm productivity and food quality.

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