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KSU graduate student receives scholarship from NCF


A Kansas State University graduate student has received a $12,000 scholarship from the National Cattlemen's Foundation.

Chelsea Good, who is finishing up her master's in communication studies at K-State, is one of two recipients of the foundation's W.D. Farr Scholarship, which helps support young scholars in the beef industry.

Good, Parker, Colo., earned bachelor's degrees in agricultural communications and journalism, public relations and political science from K-State in May 2008. She also has an associate degree from Butler Community College in El Dorado. She will attend Washburn University School of Law this fall.

"I aspire to develop a career advocating for the beef industry and fighting for ranchers' ability to earn an honest living producing safe, healthy food without unnecessary legal intrusion," Good said. "I appreciate the commitment of the National Cattlemen's Foundation investing in my education as I work to reach this goal."

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