Two Kansas State University students have been awarded $1,000 Hampel Oil/Mobil Delvac scholarships by the Kansas Livestock Foundation (KLF). Both are in their junior year. Ashley Swaim of Delia is the daughter of Larry and Tammy Swaim and is studying agronomy. Karrie Van Winkle from Corning is the daughter of Bob and Karen Van Winkle. She is pursuing a degree in agribusiness.
These scholarships were made possible by a donation to KLF from Hampel Oil, a family-operated business with six locations in Kansas. To be eligible, students must be K-State or Fort Hays State upperclassmen pursuing degrees in agronomy, agribusiness or ag economics, with a career goal of being actively engaged in a farming or feedyard operation.