Created in 2001 in recognition of Eastman Kodak’s director of packaging engineering, James Scott, and Tom Hogue, the retired director of packaging markets at DuPont, the scholarship identifies and supports two top undergraduate packaging students. Recipients are judged on academic achievement, leadership, diversity, and financial need. Scholarship winners are eligible to participate in a summer cooperative or internship program at Kraft Foods. Kraft is the sponsor of the scholarship and supports the program, administered by the PEF, through a $5ꯠ grant.
Kraft, PEF name scholarship recipients
Kraft Foods and the Packaging Education Forum (PEF) announced that Sara Damon of the University of Wisconsin-Stout, and Emma Hollander of the Rochester Institute of Technology, were named the first recipients of the Scott-Hogue Scholarship Award.
Dec 31st, 2002