Jack Gorski Scholarship

This fund was established with gifts from many donors by the Department of Biochemistry to recognize the contributions of Professor Jack Gorski ’53 to the Department. Jack graduated with a degree in Dairy Science after attending UW-Madison. During his outstanding career, with over 240 publications to date, Professor Gorski made a significant impact on the study of estrogen receptor activity in reproductive biochemistry. He trained over 100 graduate and postdoctoral students, many of whom have become renowned scientists in their own rights. He was a member of the National Academy of Sciences, past President of the Endocrine Society, and received countless other honors and awards for his distinguished work in the field.

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Eligibility Criteria
Awarded to freshmen and sophomores in CALS majoring in Biochemistry, Dairy Science, or Animal Science. Students must be eligible for work-study. Preference is given to students who come from high schools with less than 1,000 student enrollments.

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College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Department of Biochemistry