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utstanding Service Awardees

Chuck House

Chuck is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he received
a B.A. degree in English, and the University of Minnesota-Minneapolis, where he
earned a master’s degree in Liberal Studies/African history. He also studied Spanish in
Guanajuato, Mexico.
After working as a writer and editor, Chuck joined the Grain Elevator and Processing
Society (GEAPS) in 1999, where his duties have included communications, marketing and
professional-development programming. In 2004, Chuck helped GEAPS members initiate
and build a distance-education program that subsequently partnered with Kansas State
University. The program, which has had students from 31 countries, now offers 26 courses
focusing on grain-handling and grain-processing topics.
Chuck lives in St. Paul, MN, with his wife, Faye, a pediatric physical therapist. In his spare
time, he likes to play the guitar, read, garden, travel and hang out with his two grown kids,
Caitlin and Nathan.

IGP Institute

The IGP Institute was established in 1978 as the international marketing arm of the
department of grain science and industry. For more than 35 years, the IGP Institute has
established a worldwide reputation as a center of excellence for international programs
related to flour milling and grain processing, feed manufacturing and grain quality
management, grain marketing and risk management focused on corn, grain sorghum,
soybeans and wheat.
The mission of the IGP Institute is to offer innovative technical programs to enhance the
market preference, consumption and utilization of U.S. cereal grains, oilseeds and their
value-added products for the global grain industry. To meet this mission, course offerings
are led by KSU faculty and industry professionals. Along with on-campus trainings, our
faculty lead customized on-location workshops as well as distance education courses.
Due to the support of faculty and staff, 2016 was an exceptional year for the IGP
Institute, serving 2,001 participants from 67 different countries in 80 courses. These
efforts would not be possible without the teamwork and dedication of everyone
involved in the IGP Institute.

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