Pasadena Student Earns Scholarship


January 25, 1991

Susan Styczynski of Pasadena received a $500 Laurel Rotary/George Quigley Scholarship to continue her education at the University of Maryland's Institute of Applied Agriculture.

The scholarship, in memory of Dr. George Quigley, first director of the IAA, is given to a deserving student majoring in ornamental horticulture, achieving a 3.9 grade point average this fall and demonstrating strong leadership and citizenship qualities.

Styczynski also received the Maryland Arborist Association Scholarship and the IAA Alumni Scholarship in 1990. She plans to graduate this spring and pursue a career in landscape architecture or environmental science.

The Quigley Scholarship is funded by the Laurel Rotary Club and is available to students who are enrolled in the Institute.

The Institute of Applied Agriculture, the University of Maryland's two year agricultural program, offers training in agricultural fields including grass and golf course management, agribusiness, horticulture and farm production and management.

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