Lloyd Noble Scholars in Agriculture work alongside Noble Research Institute agricultural researchers and consultants who assist farmers, ranchers and other land managers in the cattle belt of the Southern Great Plains. Scholars develop valuable applied agriculture skills, interact with producers, assist in identifying solutions to issues producers encounter, and enhance communication and leadership skills necessary to be effective advocates for agriculture. Undergraduate (60-plus credit hours completed) and graduate college students studying agriculture are eligible to apply.
The Lloyd Noble Scholars in Plant Science program provides a real-world laboratory experience to undergraduate college students studying science who have completed at least 60 credit hours. Scholars are paired with a scientist-mentor in a plant science laboratory at the Noble Research Institute. Scholars are integrated into the laboratory setting and participate in regular laboratory activities while conducting their own research projects and building relationships with scientists.