Dalton Ludwick - 2012 Golden Opportunity Scholar

Dalton Ludwick

Dalton Ludwick is a student in the Division of Plant Sciences at the University of Missouri-Columbia.  He is majoring in Plant Sciences with an emphasis in plant protection. Dalton is a junior and plans on graduating in May 2014.
His studies focus mainly on entomology and plant protection.  He is currently interning at Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc as a Maize Product Development intern.  He has also worked at the Wilbur R. Enns Entomology Museum under Mrs. Kris Simpson and Dr. Robert Sites.
Dalton currently serves as the Vice-President of the Mizzou Agronomy Club and as the Executive Assistant for the C.V. Riley Entomological Society.  He has also served as a Peer Career Coach for the College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources’ Career Services office, and has coached the Fayette FFA Chapter’s Entomology CDE team the past two years. He plans on going to graduate school to study entomology.  His goal is to become a researcher with a private company or academic institution.