Alumni recipients at football game

College honors award recipients during Ag Appreciation Weekend

The college’s award recipients were recognized at the dean’s banquet and on the football field during Ag Appreciation Weekend last fall.

Martin Winchell, managing director for Schneider, one of the largest wholly-owned foreign transportation and logistics firms in China, and weed scientist Philip Stahlman, who built a national and international reputation studying glyphosate-resistant crops, were honored as outstanding alumni by the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

The Wyoming Livestock Roundup was the Research/Outreach Partner Award recipient, Pinedale native Kurt Feltner, who has benefited the Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station, received the Legacy Award, and Tex Taylor, a professor and 32-year member of the agricultural and applied economics department, received the Andrew Vanvig Lifetime Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award.

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Tex Taylor waves to crowd while standing on football field.
Vanvig award recipient Tex Taylor
Kurt Feltner on football field tipping his hat to the photographer.
Legacy Award recipient, and Pinedale native, Kurt Feltner
Smiling Phil Stahlman wearing yellow UW baseball cap.
Outstanding alumni recipient Phil Stahlman
Martin Winchell and Saige Albert standing in front of grandstand in football arena.
Outstanding alumni award recipient Martin Winchell and Wyoming Livestock Roundup managing editor Saige Albert
Ag students standing behind catering warming trays ready to serve lunch.
Ag Day Barbecue servers Callie Klinghagen, left, and Reba Dorsett representing the Pre-Vet Club.

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