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2011 Midwest ASAS ADSA

During the annual awards breakfast for the Midwest Section ASAS ADSA meeting in Des Moines, IA.  A few of our faculty and graduate students were honored with Outstanding Young Scientist Awards which recognize scientists with 10 years of less service in their professional careers.

Kim Vonnahme

Kimberly Vonnahme was named the Outstanding Young Animal Scientist in the Research Category.  Kim was recognized for her achievements in developing a Sarah Wagnernationally recognized research program in the area of reproductive physiology.

 

 

 

 

Sarah Wagner was named as the Outstanding Young Animal Scientist in the Teaching Category.  Sarah was recognized for her achievements in developing the Large Animal Minor in our Veterinary Technology Program.

 

 

 

 

 

In addition, the Animal Sciences department also had two individuals recognized as Animal Science Young Scholars.  This award recognizes students who recently completed their Ph.D. or are in the process of completing their Ph.D. program by inviting them to give a 30 minute presentation which highlights the research conducted as part of their Ph.D. program.  Allison Meyer and Bryan Neville received this award.  Allison will complete her Ph.D. this summer and will join the faculty at the University of Wyoming.  Bryan graduated in December and recently started as the Animal Scientist at Central Grasslands REC in Streeter.

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