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Kruger scholarship presented to Quebec chemistry students


March 25, 2015
By Pulp & Paper Canada

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Gene H. Kruger Scholarship awarded to chemistry students. From left to right are: Armand Soldera

Two chemistry students from the University of Sherbrooke have been granted a Gene H. Kruger Scholarship courtesy of Kruger Inc. Vincent Nadeau, human resources manager of the Kruger Brompton mill recently presented the scholarship to Romain…

Two chemistry students from the University of Sherbrooke have been granted a Gene H. Kruger Scholarship courtesy of Kruger Inc. Vincent Nadeau, human resources manager of the Kruger Brompton mill recently presented the scholarship to Romain Darnajoux and Martin Déry.

Created in 1992, the Gene H. Kruger Fund Scholarships at the University of Sherbrooke are awarded to master’s students in chemistry and chemical engineering and recognize academic achievement as well as student engagement.

Each year, Kruger Inc., through the Gene H. Kruger Fund, awards scholarships to students at several Canadian educational institutions in administration, science and engineering, particularly forest engineering, and pulp and paper studies. The company believes these contributions promote advances in research and the emergence of a pool of skilled workers in regions where it has operations.