Louise Roeck Holz Scholarship

The son of German immigrants, Earl K. Holz (1930-2011) was born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. After graduating in 1952 from the University of Wisconsin—Madison with a BS in Engineering, Mr. Holz was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army in 1956, and then earned a Masters Degree in Metallurgy from Stevens Institute of Technology in 1964. During his career, Mr. Holz was employed as a metallurgical engineer by Aluminum Company of America, Vulcan Materials and Wabash Alloys. Throughout his life, Mr. Holz was a faithful and passionate Badger fan who was proud to call the University of Wisconsin his alma mater. His mother, Louise, was a homemaker and would have been interested in the foods and nutrition curriculum in the Nutritional Sciences department. This scholarship was set up in memory of her.

Eligibility Criteria
Nutritional Sciences selects students for this award

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College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Department of Nutritional Sciences