The Glenn B. Collins Undergraduate Research Achievement Award in Agricultural Biotechnology

As a tireless advocate for undergraduate education and research experience, Dr. Glenn B. Collins provided the inspiration and administrative leadership for establishing the Agricultural Biotechnology Program within the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture in 1992. 
The Glenn B. Collins Undergraduate Research Achievement Award was established by the Agricultural Biotechnology Faculty in 2006 to recognize both the contributions of Dr. Collins and the exceptional research achievements of students within the Agricultural Biotechnology Program.

The Glenn B. Collins Undergraduate Research Achievement Award is presented each semester to a student in the Agricultural Biotechnology Program by the Program Faculty in recognition of the outstanding Independent Study and Research performance. The recipients of this award exemplify the transformative potential of undergraduate research experiences and reflect a lasting legacy of Dr. Collins' contributions to the Agricultural Biotechnology Program at the University of Kentucky.