These companies offer distinct support to Alabama A&M University's Department of Food & Animal Sciences via internships, donations, and partnerships. We are extremely grateful for these companies and their employees, as we would not be able to provide this excellent program without their assistance.
Kellogg's is a wonderful
supporter of students in the Food Science program at Alabama A&M
University. In 2009 Kellogg's made a $54,000 donation to create a
Kellogg's Scholars Program. On April 12, 2012 Sue Reichert and Latha Devareddy
presented certificates and scholarships to the 2011-2012 Kellogg's Scholars
(Breanna McArthur and Kadeem Hinton).
Numerous students came to the information session in the Agricultural Research Center provided by Kellogg's representatives the evening before interviews. This format promotes interaction between students and industry representatives and enhances the interview process.
Kellogg's presented Alabama A&M University a check that was matched by the State of Alabama to promote student learning in the area of food science. Kellogg's visits Albama A&M twice annually and is a wonderful partner in the quest to educate students.
From left to right: Dr. Andrew Hugine Jr., President Alabama A&M University; Dr. Robert Taylor, Dean School of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences; Dr. Shefton Riggins, President Pro Tempore Board of Trustees; (2009).