Congratulations to Monsanto Hawaii’s Outstanding Plant Science Award Recipients
The Hawaiian word kokua means “help” or “support”, and it’s one of Monsanto Hawaii’s core values to support the communities in which we live and work. Throughout the years, Monsanto Hawaii employees have volunteered for numerous educational, environmental, community and humanitarian endeavors to give back to their community. These efforts include Monsanto Hawaii’s annual Outstanding Plant Science Award at the Maui Schools Science Fair. This year’s winners were recently featured in our monthly printed newsletter. Read more below:
A round of applause for all students who competed in science fair competitions statewide. On Maui, our Monsanto employees had an opportunity to serve as judges at Iao Intermediate School’s Science Fair held on December 5 and at the Maui Schools Science Fair held on February 5 and 6.
For the past five years, Monsanto Hawaii has presented their Outstanding Plant Science Award at the Maui Schools Science Fair. This year’s winning team including Luke Kikukawa and Caulin Nelson-Angelsea from Molokai High School
“It’s inspiring to see the talent and enthusiasm of our island’s youth in exploring our world through science,” said Monsanto Hawaii’s Nancy Rose who has judged the Maui Schools Science Fair for the fifth consecutive year. “Our congratulations go to all these bright young people – Hawaii’s future scientists.”
To learn more about Monsanto Hawaii’s volunteer efforts throughout our community, check out our Volunteerism & Support page.
Pictured: Monsanto Hawaii’s Nancy Rose with Maui School's Science Fair Monsanto award winners Luke Kikukawa and Caulin Nelson-Angelsea.