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Ricke Receives the National Chicken Council Broiler Research Award
Steven C. Ricke, director of the Center for Food Safety, will receive National Chicken Council Broiler Research Award at the annual Poultry Science Association virtual meeting this month.
Asmita Singh, Food Science Doctoral Student, Receives Feeding Tomorrow IFT Scholarship
Asmita Singh, a doctoral student in the Bumpers College food science program, has been selected to receive a Feeding Tomorrow Scholarship.
UA System Receives $10 Million Gift to Create Center of Excellence, Endowed Professorship
A $10 million donation to the University of Arkansas System from the Fryar Family Charitable Foundation will be used to create and support a center that will provide analysis and education on issues of price risk management in agriculture, finance and energy.
Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences Student Wins First Place in International Meeting
Bryan Fuentes, a recent master's graduate in crop, soil and environmental sciences, won first place in the graduate-level oral competition for the Soil Science Society of America's Pedology Division.
Food Science's Hettiarachchy Recognized by Two Professional Organizations
Navam Hettiarachchy has been honored as a fellow of the International Academy of Food Science and Technology and has been named director of Phi Tau Sigma.
Department of Animal Science Sets New High in Number of Veterinary School Acceptances
The Department of Animal Science set a record this year for the number of students accepted into veterinary school with a total of 24 individuals who have already been granted admission.
Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences Doctoral Student Honored With P.E.O. Scholar Award
Minerva Dorantes, a doctoral student in crop, soil and environmental sciences, is one of 100 doctoral students in the U.S. and Canada selected to receive a $15,000 Scholar Award from the P.E.O. Sisterhood.
Saving Pollinators: Bumpers College Student Hutcherson Relocates Bee Swarms
Caleb Hutcherson, an agricultural economics and agribusiness major in Bumpers College, is a registered beekeeper who relocates bee swarms away from residential areas.
Animal Science Graduate Student Awarded Grant to Study Bovine Respiratory Disease in Cattle
Jianmin Chai was awarded a grant to investigate the respiratory microbiome of beef cattle and the influences on bovine respiratory disease, using next-generation sequencing.
Four Join Arkansas Academy of Biological and Agricultural Engineers
A.J. Kaufman, Leslie Massey, Kathryn McCoy and Rebecca Muenich were inducted into the Arkansas Academy of Biological and Agricultural Engineers.