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First Three Graduates Earn Master Credential from GEAPS/K-State
GEAPS announced that three members have earned their Master in Grain Operations Management by finishing all four credentialing tracks available from the GEAPS/K-State Distance Education Program.
GEAPS and K-State to Expand Educational Partnership, Offer Credential in Grain Processing Management
GEAPS and K-State have announced they have agreed to expand their partnership in distance education to offer online courses and a Credential in Grain Processing Management.
GEAPS Announces New International Board Directors, Officers for 2014-2015
At its Annual Meeting held at Exchange 2014, GEAPS installed new directors and officers to its International Board of Directors for 2014-2015.
GEAPS' Associates Board Installs New Directors, Officers for 2014-2015
GEAPS Associate members held their annual meeting, Feb. 24, 2014 at GEAPS Exchange in Omaha, Neb.
GEAPS' Associates Board Awards Grain Journal’s Mark Avery with Corbett Award
Mark Avery received GEAPS' Corbett Award, the association's highest award for distinguished volunteer leadership in representing the best interests of Associate members.
GEAPS Presents Safety Awards at Exchange 2014
Awards went to 459 facilities successful in completing 2013 without any lost-time work-related injury or illness.
Three Earn Chapter Member of Distinction Award
GEAPS recognized three outstanding chapter members at Exchange 2014.
Exchange 2014 Education Program Draws Large Crowds
Full rooms and in some cases, standing room only, was the norm for the more than 35 hours of educational programming at Exchange 2014.
GEAPS' Associates Board Recognizes Bussell
The GEAPS Associates Board gave special recognition to 50-year-member Jack Bussell at Exchange 2014.
GEAPS Recognizes 25-Year Members
At Exchange 2014, GEAPS members received silver pins in recognition of their 25 years of membership.