The Northeast Chapter of #ARPAS held a Graduate Student Research Contest in conjunction with the 2020 PennState Virtual Dairy Cattle Nutrition Workshop in November. To find out more and view the presentations, visit the ARPAS announcement.
Jason Cho, MS student in Animal Science and Ben Lehman received awards for their presentations at the annual meeting held November 9 - 13th 2020. Read more and view their presentations here.
Three Animal Science graduate students received awards during the 2020 Cornell Nutrition Conference. Held virtually this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the Cornell Nutrition Conference provides industry leading research and information across the spectrum of animal nutrition to feed industry professionals and nutritional consultants. Learn more about the awards.
The students selected as Global Scholars are those who demonstrate exemplary academic achievement and leadership potential and study in a field relevant to Cargill’s world of food, agriculture and risk management. Including Green, nine Cornell University students in total have been selected as Cargill Global Scholars finalists since the program’s inception. For full details, please read the Cornell Chronicle article.
Awards given at Annual Cornell Nutrition Conference
Four graduate students received awards at the 81st Annual Cornell Nutrition Conference. Ananda Fontoura and Rodrigo Molano received the Leonard A. Maynard Graduate Award and Michael Dineen and Michael Miller (Miner Institute/UVM) received the Charlie Sniffen Graduate Student Award. Learn more about the awards.
Ewa Bachminska, Graduate Student
received a grant from Cornell Institute for European Studies to research conservation education in Poland in the summer 2019. It will help her include more wildlife conservation in the classes that she teaches at Cornell.
Tom Overton and Karl Czymmek
were awarded the title of "AGR Faculty Member of the year", by Alpha Gamma Rho - Zeta Chapter. Read more about the award from AGR.
Debbie Grusenmeyer awarded for inspiring youth
The Sav-A-Caf® Youth Impact Award annually recognizes mentors who inspire youth to be passionate about animal agriculture. Grusenmeyer leads the way for New York dairy youth by developing, coordinating and implementing programs. She serves as the PRO-DAIRY youth specialist and statewide 4-H dairy programmer. The cornerstone of her program is Junior DAIRY LEADER, founded in 2000 for youth, ages 16-19, with an interest in exploring dairy careers. Read more about the award from Sav-A-Caf.
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