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Two students from Forsyth County receive UGA agricultural scholarships
Papp Alexandria

FORSYTH COUNTY — Sarah Bock and Alexandria Megan Papp, both University of Georgia students from Cumming, have been selected to receive scholarships from the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences for the 2015-16 school year.

Sarah Bock, who is studying food science and technology, was chosen for the Walter F. Carlan Scholarship. She is the daughter of Steve and Nancy Bock.

Papp, who is studying animal science, will receive the Agriculture Scholarship. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Papp.

Each year, scholarships are awarded to eligible students enrolled in majors within the college.

Funding for scholarships comes from a diverse assortment of sources and donors and is offered to help with college-related expenses.

Founded in 1859, the college is the state’s home for cutting-edge research, student-focused instruction and Extension public service and outreach programs.

On three campuses across Georgia — Athens, Griffin and Tifton — it offers courses of study in 22 majors, 17 minors and 30 graduate programs that cover the breadth of agricultural, environmental and food sciences.