The ASEV Foundation is a non-profit organization that raises funds and distributes scholarships to assist students in the Atlanta area with day-to-day expenses. The ASEV Foundation started in 2002 as a way to establish a fund for students who had made the decision to attend college and had yet to receive financial aid from their universities.

ASEV (Athletic Scholarship Excellence for Victory) is a program that awards $88,750 in scholarships to 30 of the best and brightest high school athletes in the state of Washington. This year’s recipients came from all over the state, and represented different levels of competition. One student even came from Canada!

If you are the kind of person who is constantly looking for ways to improve their lives, and are willing to put in a little effort into making something happen, then ASEV can help you.

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ASEV logo tagline9 JULY 2021, DAVIS, CALIFORNIA – The American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) has chosen 30 scholarship winners who will receive $88,750 in funding to promote scientific study and development in enology or viticulture.

Amanda Fleming (Enology) of the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and Adréanne Hérbert-Haché (Viticulture) of Brock University in Canada both won the ASEV Presidents’ Award for Scholarship in Enology and Viticulture, the organization’s highest honor. Fleming and Hérbert-Haché were each given $12,500 for surpassing the conventional ASEV scholarship program’s requirements and showing their leadership potential.

The customary scholarships were given to twenty-eight students from throughout the United States and Canada to help them continue their studies in enology or viticulture. The students that won a scholarship are listed below (pictures are available on the website):

  • California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo’s Evelyn Alvarez-Mendoza
  • Heather Carbon, Pullman, Washington State University ***
  • Tyler Chandross-Cohen, University Park, Pennsylvania State University
  • Ames, Iowa State University’s Yiliang Cheng
  • New York’s Cornell University’s Catherine Dadmun
  • Angelica de Castro Iobbi, Corvallis, Oregon State University
  • Jenna Fryer, Corvallis, Oregon State University
  • Bernadette Gagnier, Prosser, Washington State University
  • California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo’s Aaron Guerrero-Tejeda
  • Andrew Harner, University Park, Pennsylvania State University**
  • Cassandra Hutcheson, Texas A&M University, College Station
  • Kevin Jeffries, Corvallis, Oregon State University
  • North Dakota State University, Fargo’s Venkateswara Rao Kadium
  • Lauren Marigliano is a graduate student at the University of California, Davis.
  • Alexa McDaniel, Prosser, Washington State University
  • University of California, Davis’ Andrew Misialek
  • New York’s Cornell University’s Jennifer Neubauer
  • Demetra Perry is a student at Cornell University in New York.
  • Quynh Phan, Corvallis, Oregon State University
  • University of California, Davis, Maria Alejandra Ponce de Leon Jara*
  • University of California, Davis’ David Scott
  • California State University, Fresno’s Khushwinder Singh
  • University of California, Davis’ Runze Song
  • Jamie Spychalla, University Park, Pennsylvania State University
  • University of California, Davis’ Yu-Te Tseng
  • Claire Warren, Pullman, Washington State University
  • Nikolas Wilson is a professor at the University of British Columbia in Canada.
  • Maria Zumkeller is a professor at the University of California, Davis.

*ASEV James Wolpert Scholarship Recipient  

**ASEV Michael Vail Scholarship Recipient

***ASEV Dennis Martin Scholarship Recipient

Chair Anna Katharine Mansfield of Cornell University, Torey Arvik of Sonomaceuticals/WholeVine Products in California, Howard Bursen of Sharpe Hill Vineyards in Connecticut, Ria D’Aversa of McAvoy Ranch in California, Jean Dodson of California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, and Jeri Hoover of Jack Neal and Son Vineyard Man

Visit asev.org/scholarship-programs for more information on the ASEV scholarship programs.

Founded in 1950 by a group of researchers and winemakers, ASEV is dedicated to the interests of enologists, viticulturists and others in the fields of wine and grape research and production throughout the world.  For more information, visit www.asev.org.

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The American Society of Enologists (ASEV) and the American Society of Wine Educators (ASWE) are pleased to announce that the following 30 students from the New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut chapters of ASWE and the New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut ASEV chapters will receive $88,750 in scholarships from the ASEV Student Scholarship Fund and the ASWE Scholarship Fund for the 2012–13 academic school year.. Read more about american society of enology and viticulture and let us know what you think.

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